DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2019-05-27 Thread James Cook
A reminder that my CFJ "the Lost and Found department owns no more
than 87 Coins." is still unassigned [0]

[0] 
https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-business/2019-May/040375.html


Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette (v1)

2019-02-17 Thread Reuben Staley
I'm sorry, but this week has been the busiest and most tiring I've had in
quite a while. I will deliver judgements for all the cases I'm currently
assigned to in a few hours.

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019, 12:48 Kerim Aydin 
> Trigon,
>
> Are you actually judging stuff?  I know you stepped away from a couple
> cases
> and timed-out on others, and a couple of these still on your docket are
> looking time-sensitive...
>
> -G.
>
> On 2/17/2019 8:24 AM, D. Margaux wrote:
> > Work and life have both been busy this week, and I unfortunately haven't
> had time to update the context/arguements/evidence section below.  Very
> sorry. I hope to have time to update it in a revised version at some point
> this week.
> >
> > I publish this report:
> >
> > COURT GAZETTE (Arbitor's weekly report)
> >
> > Date of last report:07 Feb 2019
> > Date of this report:17 Feb 2019
> > Version of this report: 1
> >
> > Disclaimer:  Informational only. No actions are contained in this
> report. Information in this report is not self-ratifying. The
> context/arguements/evidence section is in need of updating, and will
> hopefully be updated in a forthcoming revised version.
> >
> >
> > Open cases (CFJs)
> > -
> >
> > 3701 called 01 February 2019 by G., assigned 03 February 2019 to Trigon,
> reassigned 17 February 2019 to D. Margaux: "If the definition of quanging a
> player had not been explicitly included in the message in evidence, the
> attempt to transfer currencies on behalf of Tenhigitsune would have failed."
> >
> > 3704 called 05 February 2019 by D. Margaux, assigned 07 February 2019 to
> Murphy, Murphy recused 10 February 2019, reassigned to Trigon 10 February
> 2019: "There were no objections made to D. Margaux’s January 29 intent to
> transfer to players other than emself and eir zombie the spaceships in the
> lost & found department."
> >
> > *3712 called 14 February 2019 by Falsifian, assigned 15 February 2019 to
> Trigon: "Agora is not Satisfied with an intent to perform an action unless
> it is to be performed With Notice or With T Notice. In particular, Gaelan's
> recent attempt to Declare Apathy on February 7, 2019 was ineffective, and
> D. Margaux's dependent actions in their recent message that starts 'I
> thought for sure people would object...' were ineffective."
> >
> > Highest numbered case: 3715
> >
> > Context/arguments/evidence are included at the bottom of this report.
> >
> >
> > Recently-delivered verdicts and implications
> > 
> >
> > 3700 called 01 February 2019 by G., assigned 03 February 2019 to Trigon,
> judged TRUE 06 February 2019 by Trigon, self-filed motion for
> reconsideration and recusal 07 February 2019 by Trigon, reassigned 07
> February 2019 to Murphy, judged TRUE 10 February 2019 by Murphy: "In the
> message quoted in evidence, D. Margaux earned at least 1 coin."
> >
> > 3702 called 01 February 2019 by Cuddle Beam, assigned 03 February 2019
> to ATMunn, reassigned 12 February 2019 to D. Margaux, judged TRUE 12
> February 2019 by D. Margaux: "Gaelan's (only) ship is at Sector 4."
> >
> > 3703 called 6 February 2019 by twg, assigned 6 February 2019 to Murphy,
> judged IRRELEVANT 10 February 2019 by Murphy: "If and when -N (negative N)
> coins are revoked from an entity, where N is a natural number, that
> entity's coin balance increases by N."
> >
> > *3705 called 9 February 2019 by twg, assigned 10 February 2019 to G.,
> judged FALSE 10 February 2019 by G.: "I own an Indigo Ribbon."
> >
> > *3706 called 9 February 2019 by twg, assigned 10 February 2019 to G.,
> judged TRUE 14 February 2019 by G.: "All Players are parties to the Rules
> as a contract."
> >
> > *3707 called 9 February 2019 by twg, assigned 10 February 2019 to G.,
> judged DISMISS 11 February 2019 by G.: "The Ruleset (as a contract) now has
> 1 coin."
> >
> > *3708 called 10 February 2019 by D. Margaux, assigned 10 February 2019
> to G., judged FALSE 13 February 2019 by G.: "The parties to an existing
> contract CAN agree to amend it by adding additional players as parties,
> even if those additional players did not expressly agree to be party to
> that contract apart from agreeing to be bound by the Rules generally."
> >
> > *3709 called 7 February 2019 by Gaelan, assigned 7 February 2019 to
> Aris, judged FALSE 7 February 2019 by Aris, motion for reconsideration
> filed 7 February 2019 by G., judged TRUE 14 February 2019 by Aris: "Gaelan
> won the game by one of the above declarations of apathy."
> >
> > *3710 called 7 February 2019 by Gaelan, assigned 7 February 2019 to
> Aris, judged FALSE 7 February 2019 by Aris, motion for reconsideration
> filed 7 February 2019 by G., judged TRUE 14 February 2019 by Aris: "Gaelan
> won the game twice by the above declarations of apathy."
> >
> > *3711 called 12 February 2019 by Falsifian, assigned 12 February 2019 to
> D. Margaux, judged FALSE 13 February 2019 by D. Margaux: "It is Falsifian's
> Agoran Birthday today (the day 

DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette (v1)

2019-02-17 Thread Kerim Aydin



Trigon,

Are you actually judging stuff?  I know you stepped away from a couple cases
and timed-out on others, and a couple of these still on your docket are
looking time-sensitive...

-G.

On 2/17/2019 8:24 AM, D. Margaux wrote:

Work and life have both been busy this week, and I unfortunately haven't had 
time to update the context/arguements/evidence section below.  Very sorry. I 
hope to have time to update it in a revised version at some point this week.

I publish this report:

COURT GAZETTE (Arbitor's weekly report)

Date of last report:07 Feb 2019
Date of this report:17 Feb 2019
Version of this report: 1

Disclaimer:  Informational only. No actions are contained in this report. 
Information in this report is not self-ratifying. The 
context/arguements/evidence section is in need of updating, and will hopefully 
be updated in a forthcoming revised version.


Open cases (CFJs)
-

3701 called 01 February 2019 by G., assigned 03 February 2019 to Trigon, reassigned 17 
February 2019 to D. Margaux: "If the definition of quanging a player had not been 
explicitly included in the message in evidence, the attempt to transfer currencies on 
behalf of Tenhigitsune would have failed."

3704 called 05 February 2019 by D. Margaux, assigned 07 February 2019 to Murphy, Murphy 
recused 10 February 2019, reassigned to Trigon 10 February 2019: "There were no 
objections made to D. Margaux’s January 29 intent to transfer to players other than emself 
and eir zombie the spaceships in the lost & found department."

*3712 called 14 February 2019 by Falsifian, assigned 15 February 2019 to Trigon: 
"Agora is not Satisfied with an intent to perform an action unless it is to be 
performed With Notice or With T Notice. In particular, Gaelan's recent attempt to Declare 
Apathy on February 7, 2019 was ineffective, and D. Margaux's dependent actions in their 
recent message that starts 'I thought for sure people would object...' were 
ineffective."

Highest numbered case: 3715

Context/arguments/evidence are included at the bottom of this report.


Recently-delivered verdicts and implications


3700 called 01 February 2019 by G., assigned 03 February 2019 to Trigon, judged TRUE 06 
February 2019 by Trigon, self-filed motion for reconsideration and recusal 07 February 
2019 by Trigon, reassigned 07 February 2019 to Murphy, judged TRUE 10 February 2019 by 
Murphy: "In the message quoted in evidence, D. Margaux earned at least 1 coin."

3702 called 01 February 2019 by Cuddle Beam, assigned 03 February 2019 to ATMunn, 
reassigned 12 February 2019 to D. Margaux, judged TRUE 12 February 2019 by D. Margaux: 
"Gaelan's (only) ship is at Sector 4."

3703 called 6 February 2019 by twg, assigned 6 February 2019 to Murphy, judged IRRELEVANT 
10 February 2019 by Murphy: "If and when -N (negative N) coins are revoked from an 
entity, where N is a natural number, that entity's coin balance increases by N."

*3705 called 9 February 2019 by twg, assigned 10 February 2019 to G., judged FALSE 10 
February 2019 by G.: "I own an Indigo Ribbon."

*3706 called 9 February 2019 by twg, assigned 10 February 2019 to G., judged TRUE 14 
February 2019 by G.: "All Players are parties to the Rules as a contract."

*3707 called 9 February 2019 by twg, assigned 10 February 2019 to G., judged DISMISS 11 
February 2019 by G.: "The Ruleset (as a contract) now has 1 coin."

*3708 called 10 February 2019 by D. Margaux, assigned 10 February 2019 to G., judged 
FALSE 13 February 2019 by G.: "The parties to an existing contract CAN agree to 
amend it by adding additional players as parties, even if those additional players did 
not expressly agree to be party to that contract apart from agreeing to be bound by the 
Rules generally."

*3709 called 7 February 2019 by Gaelan, assigned 7 February 2019 to Aris, judged FALSE 7 
February 2019 by Aris, motion for reconsideration filed 7 February 2019 by G., judged 
TRUE 14 February 2019 by Aris: "Gaelan won the game by one of the above declarations 
of apathy."

*3710 called 7 February 2019 by Gaelan, assigned 7 February 2019 to Aris, judged FALSE 7 
February 2019 by Aris, motion for reconsideration filed 7 February 2019 by G., judged 
TRUE 14 February 2019 by Aris: "Gaelan won the game twice by the above declarations 
of apathy."

*3711 called 12 February 2019 by Falsifian, assigned 12 February 2019 to D. Margaux, 
judged FALSE 13 February 2019 by D. Margaux: "It is Falsifian's Agoran Birthday 
today (the day beginning at midnight UTC on February 13, 2019)."

*3713 called 13 February 2019 by twg, assigned 13 February 2019 to G., judged FALSE 15 
February 2019 by G.: "Gaelan is impure."

*3714 called 30 January 2019 by G., assigned 15 February 2019 to D. Margaux, judged 
DISMISS 15 February 2019 by D. Margaux: "Prior to calling this CFJ, G. earned 5 
coins for judging CFJ 3698."

*3715 called 17 February 2019 by D. Margaux, assigned 17 February 2019 to 

Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2019-01-29 Thread Reuben Staley
And I would have reconsidered if the motion had gone through.

--
Trigon

On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 10:47 D. Margaux 
>
> > On Jan 29, 2019, at 12:28 PM, Reuben Staley 
> wrote:
> >
> > Interesting that I judged 3592 more recently than 83 or 84 but it's not
> > recorded anywhere.
>
> Oops. The decision in 3692 was recorded in the Court Gazette of 20
> January, but I forgot to add it to the list of recently judged CFJs. Will
> do that next time.
>
> BTW, G. had intended to seek reconsideration of that CFJ, which I thought
> was a good idea, because IRRELEVANT probably isn’t the right decision. If
> the arguments were lacking enough detail, I think DISMISS is more proper.
>
> It may be too late to do that though.


Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2019-01-29 Thread D. Margaux



> On Jan 29, 2019, at 12:28 PM, Reuben Staley  wrote:
> 
> Interesting that I judged 3592 more recently than 83 or 84 but it's not
> recorded anywhere.

Oops. The decision in 3692 was recorded in the Court Gazette of 20 January, but 
I forgot to add it to the list of recently judged CFJs. Will do that next time. 

BTW, G. had intended to seek reconsideration of that CFJ, which I thought was a 
good idea, because IRRELEVANT probably isn’t the right decision. If the 
arguments were lacking enough detail, I think DISMISS is more proper. 

It may be too late to do that though. 

DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2019-01-29 Thread Reuben Staley
Interesting that I judged 3592 more recently than 83 or 84 but it's not
recorded anywhere.

--
Trigon

On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 10:16 D. Margaux  COURT GAZETTE (Arbitor's weekly report)
>
> Date of last report: 20 Jan 2019
> Date of this report: 29 Jan 2019
>
> Disclaimer:  Informational only. No actions are contained in this report.
>Information in this report is not self-ratifying.
>
>
> Open cases (CFJs)
> -
>
> 3695 called 15 January 2019 by twg, assigned 16 January 2019 to G.:
> "Tenhigitsune has fulfilled eir obligation, detailed in the rule
> entitled 'Space Battles', to 'once communicate to the resolver the
> amount of Energy [e wishes] to spend" in Space Battle 0001."
>
> 3696 called 15 January 2019 by twg, assigned 16 January 2019 to G.:
> "D. Margaux has fulfilled eir obligation, detailed in the rule
> entitled 'Space Battles', to 'once communicate to the resolver the
> amount of Energy [e wishes] to spend" in Space Battle 0001."
>
> 3697 called 20 January 2019 by D. Margaux, currently unassigned: "D.
> Margaux won the game by politics in this message."
>
> 3698 called 22 January 2019 by D. Margaux, currently unassigned: "D.
> Margaux committed at least 1,000,000,000 rule violations."
>
> 3699 called 29 January 2019 by Telnaior, assigned 29 January 2019 to
> Trigon: "A Spaceship owned by the Lost and Found Department is in Sector
> 05."
>
> Highest numbered case: 3699
>
> Context/arguments/evidence are included at the bottom of this report.
>
>
> Recently-delivered verdicts and implications
> 
>
>
> Day Court Judge Recent
> --
> D. Margaux 3685, 3686, 3690*, 3691*, 3694
>  [11/2 11/2 12/25 12/25 01/20]
>
> G. 3679, 3680, 3688, 3691, 3695, 3696
>  [11/2 11/2 11/11 12/2 01/16 01/16]
>
> Murphy 3682, 3678, 3687, 3689
>  [11/1 11/4 11/10 11/14]
>
> Trigon 3683, 3684, 3699
>  [11/1 11/1 01/29]
>
> Weekend Court Judge Recent (generally gets half as many cases)
> --
> ATMunn 3690
>  [12/2]
>
> * Indicates that the CFJ was reassigned to this judge.
>
> (These are informal designations. Requests to join/leave a given court
> will be noted. Individual requests to be assigned a specific case will
> generally be honored, even for non-court judges.)
>
>
> Context/arguments/evidence
> --
>
>
> * CFJ 3695 and CFJ 3696
>
> ***3695 & 3696 Background message from twg:
>
> I act on behalf of Tenhigitsune to announce that e will spend rau
> Energy in Space Battle 0001, where "rau" is a word in twgese, which is
> a constructed language invented by me. (Other twgese words include
> "quang" and "spaaace".)
>
> Go ahead, CFJ this. You know you want to
>
> ***3695 & 3696 response by ais523
>
> I recommend searching the CFJ archives and/or Agoran mailing lists for
>
> "nkeplwgplxgioyzjvtxjnncsqscvntlbdqromyeyvlhkjgteaqnneqgujjpwcbyfrpueoydjjk".
> (It's not a very commonly used word, after all!)
>
> And as a followup, the most relevant of the many nkep precedents
> appears to be CFJ 2625 (which is almost exactly this situation,
> attempting to act on behalf of another player using a word that has not
> been publicly defined). I disagree with the outcome of that case (as
> you can see from the arguments), and I'm not sure it gives us any
> guidance for sorting out this situation anyway (as unlike in CFJ 2625,
> there's no reason to suppose that the player in question knows the
> meaning of the word, nor that they are paying enough attention to the
> game to object to an attempt to use it incorrectly).
>
>
>
> ***3695 & 3696 arguement from D. Margaux:
>
> I have no idea how this resolves.
>
> One reason this might not work is that the rule requires Tenhigitsune
> to “communicate” eir choice, and Rule 2466 prohibits you from acting
> on behalf of em to send a “message” (or synonymously, to “publish”
> something). The only thing you can do is take the underlying game
> action on eir behalf—but here there seems to be no action separate
> from the very act of sending a message (i.e., “communicat[ing]”).
>
> ***3695 & 3696 response by twg to D. Margaux:
>
> I see your Rule 2466/1 and raise you CFJ 3649.
>
> -twg
>
>
>
>
> ***3695 & 3696 response by twg to ais523:
>
> Actually, I don't think this is the same scenario. twgese is just a
> mechanism for ensuring that the value of the number Tenhigitsune has
> announced is unknown to D. Margaux; the nature of the action that is
> being taken is perfectly cromulent to everybody. (Unless it fails for
> another reason.)
>
> -twg
>
>
>
> ***3695 & 3696 arguement from G. responding to twg:
>
>
> There's a fairly established set of decisions that says public
> communication
> has to be intelligible to "a typical Agoran" and not 

DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-09-23 Thread Ørjan Johansen

On Sun, 23 Sep 2018, Edward Murphy wrote:


Open cases (CFJs)
-
3645 called by Aris 20 June 2018, assigned to V.J. Rada 26 August 2018:
"G. has satisfied eir weekly obligation with regard to the FLR and SLR."

3648 called by G. 24 June 2018, assigned to V.J. Rada 26 August 2018:
"The fine levied on Corona for late Herald Tournament Regulations is
unforgivable for the purposes of R2559."

3652 called by G. 20 July 2018, assigned to Corona 26 August 2018: "If a
person pays the (nonzero) upkeep cost for eir Rank 1 facility and then
upgrades it to Rank 2 in the same month, e must pay the full Rank 2
upkeep cost to prevent its end-of-the-month destruction."


Assuming your report is otherwise correct, I believe you're way over the 
rule 591 time limit for removing these judges.


Greetings,
Ørjan.


Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-07-08 Thread Edward Murphy

V.J. Rada wrote:


Also, please take Gaelan off the list


Done, looks like e hasn't posted to a-b at all since late April.



DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-07-02 Thread Rebecca
Also, please take Gaelan off the list

On Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 8:55 AM, Rebecca  wrote:
> FYI: this and any other message from the lists that includes links
> goes right to spam.
>
> On Mon, Jul 2, 2018 at 3:03 PM, Edward Murphy  wrote:
>> COURT GAZETTE (Arbitor's weekly report for TODO date)
>>
>> Disclaimer: Informational only. No actions are contained in this report.
>> Information in this report is not self-ratifying.
>>
>>
>> Open cases (CFJs)
>> -
>> 3643 called by ais523 18 June 2018, assigned to Gaelan 24 June 2018: "In
>> the above-quoted message, Corona published a self-ratifying report."
>>
>> 3645 called by Aris 20 June 2018, assigned to PSS 24 June 2018: "G. has
>> satisfied eir weekly obligation with regard to the FLR and SLR."
>>
>> 3648 called by G. 24 June 2018, assigned to ATMunn 24 June 2018: "The
>> fine levied on Corona for late Herald Tournament Regulations is
>> unforgivable for the purposes of R2559."
>>
>> 3649 called by Kenyon 29 June 2018, assigned to V.J. Rada 1 July 2018:
>> "At the time this CFJ was initiated, Kenyon qualified for a Magenta
>> Ribbon."
>>
>> Highest numbered case: 3649
>>
>> Context/arguments/evidence are included at the bottom of this report.
>>
>>
>> Recently-delivered verdicts and implications
>> 
>> 3642 called by Aris 15 June 2018, judged FALSE by PSS 25 June 2018:
>> "Proposal 8050 has been resolved." Attempted resolution was sent to
>> agora-official, but was ineffective because most players didn't receive
>> it (their subscriptions were lost due to mail server errors).
>>
>> 3644 called by PSS 18 June 2018, judged TRUE by G. 1 July 2018: "Corona
>> issued a humiliating public reminder in the below quoted text." Players
>> can't guarantee actual humiliation, thus clear indication that
>> humiliation might be a thing is sufficient.
>>
>> 3646 called by Corona 23 June 2018, judged TRUE by V.J. Rada 24 June
>> 2018, corrected to FALSE 26 June 2018: "My conditional vote in the
>> appended message evaluates to FOR each proposal." Ineffective due to
>> the ambiguity from CFJ 3647 (see below).
>>
>> 3647 called by ATMunn 24 June 2018, judged FALSE by PSS 26 June 2018:
>> "Before the sending of this message, ATMunn voted FOR proposal 8053."
>> Ineffective due to ambiguity.
>>
>>
>> Day Court Judge Recent
>> --
>> Corona  3627, 3628, 3641
>>[02/14 02/14 06/17]
>> Murphy  3626, 3627, 3628
>>[03/01 03/01 03/01]
>> G.  3631, 3637, 3636, 3644
>>[04/20 04/30 05/04 06/24]
>> Gaelan  3638, 3643
>>[06/04 06/24]
>> V.J. Rada   3640, 3646, 3649
>>[06/17 06/24 07/01]
>> PSS 3645, 3647
>>[06/24 06/24]
>>
>> Weekend Court Judge Recent (generally gets half as many cases)
>> --
>> ATMunn  3633, 3648
>>[04/29 06/24]
>>
>> (These are informal designations. Requests to join/leave a given court
>> will be noted. Individual requests to be assigned a specific case will
>> generally be honored, even for non-court judges.)
>>
>>
>> Context/arguments/evidence
>> --
>>
>> *** 3642 caller Aris's arguments:
>>
>> Per CFJ 1905, non-receipt of a message by those who have arraigned to
>> receive messages via the forum is grounds to regard actions taken
>> therein as invalid. My spam filter didn't eat it (I've checked, and it's
>> also set never to eat Agora stuff) so it probably never entered my
>> technical domain of control.
>>
>> *** 3642 G.'s gratuitous evidence:
>>
>> The email in question was delivered to my own inbox via the list
>> reasonably quickly after I sent it.  I'm including the full headers below in
>> case it helps interpret anything:
>>
>> Return-Path: 
>> Received: via tmail-2007f.22 (invoked by user kerim) for kerim+mail/agora;
>> Thu, 14 Jun 2018 11:48:17 -0700 (PDT)
>> Received: from mxe29.s.uw.edu (mxe29.s.uw.edu [173.250.227.18])
>>  by cg04.u.washington.edu (8.14.4+UW14.03/8.14.4+UW16.03) with ESMTP id
>> w5EImGAx024904
>>  for ; Thu, 14 Jun 2018 11:48:16
>> -0700
>> Received: from vps.qoid.us ([71.19.146.223])
>>  by mxe29.s.uw.edu (8.14.4+UW14.03/8.14.4+UW16.03) with SMTP id
>> w5EIm5nl013556
>>  for ; Thu, 14 Jun 2018 11:48:05 -0700
>> Received: (qmail 25986 invoked from network); 14 Jun 2018 18:48:04 -
>> Received: from vps.qoid.us (127.0.0.1)
>>by vps.qoid.us with SMTP; 14 Jun 2018 18:48:04 -
>> Delivered-To: agn-agora-offic...@agoranomic.org
>> Received: (qmail 25977 invoked from network); 14 Jun 2018 18:48:02 -
>> Received: from mxout21.s.uw.edu (140.142.32.139)
>>   by vps.qoid.us with SMTP; 14 Jun 2018 18:48:02 -
>> Received: from smtp.washington.edu (smtp.washington.edu 

DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-07-02 Thread Rebecca
FYI: this and any other message from the lists that includes links
goes right to spam.

On Mon, Jul 2, 2018 at 3:03 PM, Edward Murphy  wrote:
> COURT GAZETTE (Arbitor's weekly report for TODO date)
>
> Disclaimer: Informational only. No actions are contained in this report.
> Information in this report is not self-ratifying.
>
>
> Open cases (CFJs)
> -
> 3643 called by ais523 18 June 2018, assigned to Gaelan 24 June 2018: "In
> the above-quoted message, Corona published a self-ratifying report."
>
> 3645 called by Aris 20 June 2018, assigned to PSS 24 June 2018: "G. has
> satisfied eir weekly obligation with regard to the FLR and SLR."
>
> 3648 called by G. 24 June 2018, assigned to ATMunn 24 June 2018: "The
> fine levied on Corona for late Herald Tournament Regulations is
> unforgivable for the purposes of R2559."
>
> 3649 called by Kenyon 29 June 2018, assigned to V.J. Rada 1 July 2018:
> "At the time this CFJ was initiated, Kenyon qualified for a Magenta
> Ribbon."
>
> Highest numbered case: 3649
>
> Context/arguments/evidence are included at the bottom of this report.
>
>
> Recently-delivered verdicts and implications
> 
> 3642 called by Aris 15 June 2018, judged FALSE by PSS 25 June 2018:
> "Proposal 8050 has been resolved." Attempted resolution was sent to
> agora-official, but was ineffective because most players didn't receive
> it (their subscriptions were lost due to mail server errors).
>
> 3644 called by PSS 18 June 2018, judged TRUE by G. 1 July 2018: "Corona
> issued a humiliating public reminder in the below quoted text." Players
> can't guarantee actual humiliation, thus clear indication that
> humiliation might be a thing is sufficient.
>
> 3646 called by Corona 23 June 2018, judged TRUE by V.J. Rada 24 June
> 2018, corrected to FALSE 26 June 2018: "My conditional vote in the
> appended message evaluates to FOR each proposal." Ineffective due to
> the ambiguity from CFJ 3647 (see below).
>
> 3647 called by ATMunn 24 June 2018, judged FALSE by PSS 26 June 2018:
> "Before the sending of this message, ATMunn voted FOR proposal 8053."
> Ineffective due to ambiguity.
>
>
> Day Court Judge Recent
> --
> Corona  3627, 3628, 3641
>[02/14 02/14 06/17]
> Murphy  3626, 3627, 3628
>[03/01 03/01 03/01]
> G.  3631, 3637, 3636, 3644
>[04/20 04/30 05/04 06/24]
> Gaelan  3638, 3643
>[06/04 06/24]
> V.J. Rada   3640, 3646, 3649
>[06/17 06/24 07/01]
> PSS 3645, 3647
>[06/24 06/24]
>
> Weekend Court Judge Recent (generally gets half as many cases)
> --
> ATMunn  3633, 3648
>[04/29 06/24]
>
> (These are informal designations. Requests to join/leave a given court
> will be noted. Individual requests to be assigned a specific case will
> generally be honored, even for non-court judges.)
>
>
> Context/arguments/evidence
> --
>
> *** 3642 caller Aris's arguments:
>
> Per CFJ 1905, non-receipt of a message by those who have arraigned to
> receive messages via the forum is grounds to regard actions taken
> therein as invalid. My spam filter didn't eat it (I've checked, and it's
> also set never to eat Agora stuff) so it probably never entered my
> technical domain of control.
>
> *** 3642 G.'s gratuitous evidence:
>
> The email in question was delivered to my own inbox via the list
> reasonably quickly after I sent it.  I'm including the full headers below in
> case it helps interpret anything:
>
> Return-Path: 
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Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-03-27 Thread Kerim Aydin


Note to Murphy on the Courts:  Alexis is deregistered, o is a zombie, and 
Publius is zombifiable.

On Tue, 27 Mar 2018, ATMunn wrote:
> I am interested in judging CFJs again. I would like to be placed on the
> Weekend court.
> 
> On 3/26/2018 9:02 PM, Edward Murphy wrote:
> > COURT GAZETTE (Arbitor's weekly report for 27 Mar 2018)
> > 
> > Disclaimer: Informational only. No actions are contained in this report.
> >      Information in this report is not self-ratifying.
> > 
> > 
> > Open cases (CFJs)
> > -
> > (none)
> > 
> > Highest numbered case: 3630
> > 
> > 
> > Recently-delivered verdicts and implications
> > 
> > 3624 called 9 Feb 2018 by Telnaior, judged FALSE 18 Mar 2018 by G.: A
> > condition of "continuously X for one week" is a relative duration, thus
> > unrelated to Agoran or Eastman weeks.
> > 
> > 
> > Day Court Judge Recent
> > --
> > Publius 3576, 3591, 3606, 3624
> >     [10/29 11/04 11/26 03/01]
> > Corona  3613, 3626, 3627, 3628
> >     [12/08 02/14 02/14 02/14]
> > o   3584, 3590, 3592, 3599, 3600, 3601, 3614, 3615
> >     [10/29 11/04 11/12 11/27 11/27 11/27 12/08 12/08]
> > Murphy  3622, 3629, 3626, 3627, 3628
> >     [02/11 02/20 03/01 03/01 03/01]
> > G.  3630, 3624
> >     [03/05 03/18]
> > Gaelan  
> > 
> > Weekend Court Judge Recent (generally gets half as many cases)
> > --
> > Telnaior    3616
> >     [12/08]
> > Alexis  3588, 3603, 3604, 3591, 3617, 3620, 3621
> >     [10/29 11/19 11/21 11/26 12/08 02/11 02/11]
> > 
> > (These are informal designations. Requests to join/leave a given court
> > will be noted. Individual requests to be assigned a specific case will
> > generally be honored, even for non-court judges.)
> > 
>


DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-03-27 Thread ATMunn
I am interested in judging CFJs again. I would like to be placed on the 
Weekend court.


On 3/26/2018 9:02 PM, Edward Murphy wrote:

COURT GAZETTE (Arbitor's weekly report for 27 Mar 2018)

Disclaimer: Informational only. No actions are contained in this report.
     Information in this report is not self-ratifying.


Open cases (CFJs)
-
(none)

Highest numbered case: 3630


Recently-delivered verdicts and implications

3624 called 9 Feb 2018 by Telnaior, judged FALSE 18 Mar 2018 by G.: A
condition of "continuously X for one week" is a relative duration, thus
unrelated to Agoran or Eastman weeks.


Day Court Judge Recent
--
Publius 3576, 3591, 3606, 3624
    [10/29 11/04 11/26 03/01]
Corona  3613, 3626, 3627, 3628
    [12/08 02/14 02/14 02/14]
o   3584, 3590, 3592, 3599, 3600, 3601, 3614, 3615
    [10/29 11/04 11/12 11/27 11/27 11/27 12/08 12/08]
Murphy  3622, 3629, 3626, 3627, 3628
    [02/11 02/20 03/01 03/01 03/01]
G.  3630, 3624
    [03/05 03/18]
Gaelan  

Weekend Court Judge Recent (generally gets half as many cases)
--
Telnaior    3616
    [12/08]
Alexis  3588, 3603, 3604, 3591, 3617, 3620, 3621
    [10/29 11/19 11/21 11/26 12/08 02/11 02/11]

(These are informal designations. Requests to join/leave a given court
will be noted. Individual requests to be assigned a specific case will
generally be honored, even for non-court judges.)



Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-01-30 Thread Kerim Aydin


On Mon, 29 Jan 2018, Edward Murphy wrote:
> G. wrote:
> 
> > CoE:  I think during my brief Reign of Terror, I recused all the late
> > judges and reassigned all these CFJs to myself?  Or do you think that
> > didn't work for some reason...
> 
> I interpreted the recusals as "assigned continuously since Nov 1",
> though if judgements aren't forthcoming then I may reassign them
> to you anyway just to collapse the gamestate.

Oh, gotcha I can see the ambiguity there - I meant assignments that
were made since Nov 1 I only used a cutoff date because sometimes
an ancient case turns up that's still open and didn't want that accidentally
assigned to me.

I meant to clear the full caseload (and resign and re-propose the fix) while 
waiting for the election to end - thought we were waiting for an assessor to 
do that, forgot that anyone could end an uncontested election...



Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-01-29 Thread Edward Murphy

G. wrote:


CoE:  I think during my brief Reign of Terror, I recused all the late
judges and reassigned all these CFJs to myself?  Or do you think that
didn't work for some reason...


I interpreted the recusals as "assigned continuously since Nov 1",
though if judgements aren't forthcoming then I may reassign them
to you anyway just to collapse the gamestate.



Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-01-29 Thread Ørjan Johansen

NttPF

Greetings,
Ørjan.

On Mon, 29 Jan 2018, Kerim Aydin wrote:


CoE:  I think during my brief Reign of Terror, I recused all the late
judges and reassigned all these CFJs to myself?  Or do you think that
didn't work for some reason...

On Sun, 28 Jan 2018, Edward Murphy wrote:



COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 28 Jan 2018]


Open Cases (CFJs)

[* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]

3614*  Assigned to o (due Fri, 15 Dec 2017 ~23:51:00)
3615*  Assigned to o (due Fri, 15 Dec 2017 ~23:51:00)

https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-official/2017-December/012154.html
3616*  Assigned to Telnaior  (due Fri, 15 Dec 2017 ~23:52:39)

https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-official/2017-December/012156.html
3618*  Assigned to ATMunn(due Fri, 15 Dec 2017 ~23:55:35)

https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-official/2017-December/012157.html
3619   Assigned to G.(due Fri, 26 Jan 2018 ~23:00:27)

https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-business/2018-January/037684.html

https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-business/2018-January/037707.html






DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2018-01-29 Thread Kerim Aydin


CoE:  I think during my brief Reign of Terror, I recused all the late
judges and reassigned all these CFJs to myself?  Or do you think that 
didn't work for some reason...

On Sun, 28 Jan 2018, Edward Murphy wrote:

> 
> COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 28 Jan 2018]
> 
> 
> Open Cases (CFJs)
> 
> [* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]
> 
> 3614*  Assigned to o (due Fri, 15 Dec 2017 ~23:51:00)
> 3615*  Assigned to o (due Fri, 15 Dec 2017 ~23:51:00)
> 
> https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-official/2017-December/012154.html
> 3616*  Assigned to Telnaior  (due Fri, 15 Dec 2017 ~23:52:39)
> 
> https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-official/2017-December/012156.html
> 3618*  Assigned to ATMunn(due Fri, 15 Dec 2017 ~23:55:35)
> 
> https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-official/2017-December/012157.html
> 3619   Assigned to G.(due Fri, 26 Jan 2018 ~23:00:27)
> 
> https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-business/2018-January/037684.html
> 
> https://mailman.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-business/2018-January/037707.html




DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-29 Thread Alexis Hunt
On Sun, 26 Nov 2017 at 18:25 Kerim Aydin  wrote:

> Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications
> 
> [** = consider for rules annotation]
>
> 3595-3596 by G.:  Poetry Duel Challenge Writ is too confusing to work.
>
> **3597 by Aris:  Multiple payments can't add up to a single payment for
> the purposes of formally (i.e. by the Rules) paying for something.
>
> 3598 by ATMunn:  A bit of poetry around 'enacted' *wasn't* too confusing
> to work.
>
> **3603-3604 by Alexis:  ASCII art can be clear enough to use to
> communicate actions.
>
> **3605 by Aris:  Applies a general test of functionality-towards-winning
> to determine relative value of different currencies.  Very interesting
> approach in a multi-currency world, not sure of best annotation.
>

H. Arbitor, can I request that, in the future, this include the call dates
of these CFJs, for including in the annotations? Thanks.


Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-19 Thread Kerim Aydin


On Mon, 20 Nov 2017, VJ Rada wrote:
> That's fine by me, yes. Everyone has periods of high activity and
> inactivity (well, I'm very active haha) and night court as a concept just
> encourages giving more cases to yourself.

I mainly invented it because, when I took over as Arbitor, there were several
cases that were caught in limbo because of failed motions or something, 
where no one cared about the answer anymore, and it was easiest for me to
just whip through the backlog (those are still reflected on my count below,
3556 was the last of those).  But once that backlog was cleared, it turned
out that was a rare event and all the day/night assignments have been pretty
much identical.

I *will* admit to silently Favoring ones that come along (not breaking
self-interest ethics I hope) but I'm pretty much even with Day judges
right now.  And R991 actually explicitly allows me some self-interest,
so I'd be breaking the rules if I didn't do that :P.

> On Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 9:22 AM, Kerim Aydin  wrote:
> 
> >
> >
> > On Sun, 19 Nov 2017, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> > > Judge  Court[***]   Recent
> > > -  ---
> > > G. Night3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580, 3582, 3595, 3596
> > > PubliusNight3558, 3561, 3574, 3576, 3591
> > > Corona Night
> > > o  Day  3568, 3565, 3572, 3584, 3590, 3592, 3599-3601
> > > Aris   Day  3557, 3562, 3577, 3578, 3589, 3597
> > > V.J. Rada  Day  3585
> > > Telnaior   Day  3586, 3594, 3602
> > > Alexis Weekend  3573, 3581, 3587, 3588, 3603, 3604
> > > ATMunn Weekend  3593, 3598
> >
> > Hey folks,
> >
> > I'm thinking of doing away with the whole night/day distinction (but
> > keeping weekends).  Even if someone is generally able to do a quick
> > turnaround doesn't guarantee they could do it in a particular given
> > week, and there's not enough cases like that to track.
> >
> > Instead, if a case is particularly urgent, maybe the caller could
> > point it out in big letters, then I might ask for favor-ers who could
> > be quick on a case-by-case basis.
> >
> > Happy to take feedback here.
> >
> > -G.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> 
> 
> -- 
> From V.J. Rada
>



Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-19 Thread Corona
That's fine by me.

On 11/19/17, Kerim Aydin  wrote:
>
>
> On Sun, 19 Nov 2017, Kerim Aydin wrote:
>> Judge  Court[***]   Recent
>> -  ---
>> G. Night3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580, 3582, 3595, 3596
>> PubliusNight3558, 3561, 3574, 3576, 3591
>> Corona Night
>> o  Day  3568, 3565, 3572, 3584, 3590, 3592, 3599-3601
>> Aris   Day  3557, 3562, 3577, 3578, 3589, 3597
>> V.J. Rada  Day  3585
>> Telnaior   Day  3586, 3594, 3602
>> Alexis Weekend  3573, 3581, 3587, 3588, 3603, 3604
>> ATMunn Weekend  3593, 3598
>
> Hey folks,
>
> I'm thinking of doing away with the whole night/day distinction (but
> keeping weekends).  Even if someone is generally able to do a quick
> turnaround doesn't guarantee they could do it in a particular given
> week, and there's not enough cases like that to track.
>
> Instead, if a case is particularly urgent, maybe the caller could
> point it out in big letters, then I might ask for favor-ers who could
> be quick on a case-by-case basis.
>
> Happy to take feedback here.
>
> -G.
>
>
>
>


DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-19 Thread Kerim Aydin


On Sun, 19 Nov 2017, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> Judge  Court[***]   Recent 
> -  ---
> G. Night3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580, 3582, 3595, 3596
> PubliusNight3558, 3561, 3574, 3576, 3591
> Corona Night
> o  Day  3568, 3565, 3572, 3584, 3590, 3592, 3599-3601
> Aris   Day  3557, 3562, 3577, 3578, 3589, 3597
> V.J. Rada  Day  3585
> Telnaior   Day  3586, 3594, 3602
> Alexis Weekend  3573, 3581, 3587, 3588, 3603, 3604 
> ATMunn Weekend  3593, 3598

Hey folks,

I'm thinking of doing away with the whole night/day distinction (but
keeping weekends).  Even if someone is generally able to do a quick
turnaround doesn't guarantee they could do it in a particular given
week, and there's not enough cases like that to track.

Instead, if a case is particularly urgent, maybe the caller could
point it out in big letters, then I might ask for favor-ers who could 
be quick on a case-by-case basis.

Happy to take feedback here.

-G.





Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-12 Thread Kerim Aydin


Of course!  Also done.

On Mon, 13 Nov 2017, Madeline wrote:
> I also wouldn't mind going onto the Day Court if you consider me suitable.
> 
> 
> On 2017-11-13 10:03, VJ Rada wrote:
> > Given that there are now 2 day-court people and 5 weekenders, a
> > seemingly bad ratio, whack me on the day court, please (it's not as if
> > I don't call half of CFJs anyway rip).




Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-12 Thread Madeline

I also wouldn't mind going onto the Day Court if you consider me suitable.


On 2017-11-13 10:03, VJ Rada wrote:

Given that there are now 2 day-court people and 5 weekenders, a
seemingly bad ratio, whack me on the day court, please (it's not as if
I don't call half of CFJs anyway rip).

On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 9:42 AM, Kerim Aydin  wrote:



COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 12 Nov 2017]


Open Cases (CFJs)

[* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]

3591 Motioned to Publius  (due Sat, 18 Nov 2017 ~03:14:10)
3592 Assigned to o(due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:02:39)
3593 Assigned to ATMunn   (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:04:09)
3594 Assigned to Telnaior (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:10:28)
3595 Assigned to G.   (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:14:02)
3596 Assigned to G.   (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:16:00)
3597 Assigned to Aris (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:19:51)


Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications

[** = consider for rules annotation, ! = delivered late]

3589 by Aris:  Can't promise a million dollars if your contract is no good.

3590 by o:  Found that some subject line actions fail tests of working
using CFJ 3409 standards.

3591 by Publius:  Initial finding that re-ratifying an alleged voting
report does not re-resolve the decision (Motion to Reconsider filed).


Bench Roster

Judge  Court[***]   Recent
-  ---
G. Night3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580, 3582, 3595, 3596
PubliusNight3558, 3561, 3574, 3576, 3591
o  Day  3568, 3565, 3572, 3584, 3590, 3592
Aris   Day  3557, 3562, 3577, 3578, 3589, 3597
Alexis Weekend  3573, 3581, 3587, 3588
V.J. Rada  Weekend  3585
NichdelWeekend  3571, 3583
Telnaior   Weekend  3586, 3594
ATMunn Weekend  3593

Highest Numbered Case:   3597

[***] Court Descriptions

Day Court   [Default, rotate roster through as needed].

Night Court [Assigned quick turnaround cases (either trivial or
  game-urgent), generally promises to judge in 4 days].

Weekend Court [Backup/partial rotation, generally gets half as many
cases each as Day Court].

Courts are informal relative levels of "interest" in judging as per
R991.  Players can change Court by notifying the Arbitor.


DISCLAIMER
   Informational only - No actions are contained in this report.
   Information in this report is NOT self-ratifying.












Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-12 Thread Kerim Aydin


Will do and appreciated.  (Night gets pretty much the same load as Day 
except when there's urgent cases, so it's not as uneven as it looks).

And yeah - I've noted that your tendency to call a lot means there
are fewer that I can assign you to!  About half your light load to
date is because weekend, the other half because of that tendency...

On Mon, 13 Nov 2017, VJ Rada wrote:
> Given that there are now 2 day-court people and 5 weekenders, a
> seemingly bad ratio, whack me on the day court, please (it's not as if
> I don't call half of CFJs anyway rip).




DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-12 Thread VJ Rada
Given that there are now 2 day-court people and 5 weekenders, a
seemingly bad ratio, whack me on the day court, please (it's not as if
I don't call half of CFJs anyway rip).

On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 9:42 AM, Kerim Aydin  wrote:
>
>
> 
> COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 12 Nov 2017]
>
>
> Open Cases (CFJs)
> 
> [* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]
>
> 3591 Motioned to Publius  (due Sat, 18 Nov 2017 ~03:14:10)
> 3592 Assigned to o(due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:02:39)
> 3593 Assigned to ATMunn   (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:04:09)
> 3594 Assigned to Telnaior (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:10:28)
> 3595 Assigned to G.   (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:14:02)
> 3596 Assigned to G.   (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:16:00)
> 3597 Assigned to Aris (due Sun, 19 Nov 2017 ~22:19:51)
>
>
> Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications
> 
> [** = consider for rules annotation, ! = delivered late]
>
> 3589 by Aris:  Can't promise a million dollars if your contract is no good.
>
> 3590 by o:  Found that some subject line actions fail tests of working
> using CFJ 3409 standards.
>
> 3591 by Publius:  Initial finding that re-ratifying an alleged voting
> report does not re-resolve the decision (Motion to Reconsider filed).
>
>
> Bench Roster
>
> Judge  Court[***]   Recent
> -  ---
> G. Night3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580, 3582, 3595, 3596
> PubliusNight3558, 3561, 3574, 3576, 3591
> o  Day  3568, 3565, 3572, 3584, 3590, 3592
> Aris   Day  3557, 3562, 3577, 3578, 3589, 3597
> Alexis Weekend  3573, 3581, 3587, 3588
> V.J. Rada  Weekend  3585
> NichdelWeekend  3571, 3583
> Telnaior   Weekend  3586, 3594
> ATMunn Weekend  3593
>
> Highest Numbered Case:   3597
> 
> [***] Court Descriptions
>
> Day Court   [Default, rotate roster through as needed].
>
> Night Court [Assigned quick turnaround cases (either trivial or
>  game-urgent), generally promises to judge in 4 days].
>
> Weekend Court [Backup/partial rotation, generally gets half as many
>cases each as Day Court].
>
> Courts are informal relative levels of "interest" in judging as per
> R991.  Players can change Court by notifying the Arbitor.
> 
>
> DISCLAIMER
>   Informational only - No actions are contained in this report.
>   Information in this report is NOT self-ratifying.
>
> 
>
>
>



-- 
>From V.J. Rada


Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-04 Thread ATMunn

Yay, thanks.

On 11/4/2017 10:44 AM, Kerim Aydin wrote:



On Sat, 4 Nov 2017, ATMunn wrote:

I'd like to maybe get into judging CFJs.

Can I request to be placed in the Weekend court?


Yep!  You're now on the list.





Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-04 Thread Kerim Aydin


On Sat, 4 Nov 2017, ATMunn wrote:
> I'd like to maybe get into judging CFJs.
> 
> Can I request to be placed in the Weekend court?

Yep!  You're now on the list.





DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-11-04 Thread ATMunn

I'd like to maybe get into judging CFJs.

Can I request to be placed in the Weekend court?

On 11/4/2017 10:37 AM, Kerim Aydin wrote:




COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 04 Nov 2017]


Open Cases (CFJs)

[* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]
   
3589 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 11 Nov 2017 ~14:25:01)

3590 assigned to o   (due Sat, 11 Nov 2017 ~14:30:02)
3591 assigned to Publius (due Sat, 11 Nov 2017 ~14:32:23)


Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications

[** = consider for rules annotation, ! = delivered late]

**3584 by o: Subject lines can contain actions under certain conditions
(uses multi-pronged test).

3585 by V.J. Rada:  Saying that your reminder is humiliating makes it a
humiliating reminder.

3586 by Telnaior:  A little creative license in how you say TTttPF is
fine.

3587 by Alexis:  A contract must say something to do something.

3588 by Alexis:  A contract that says nothing does nothing.
   


Bench Roster

Judge  Court[***]Recent
-  - --
G. Night 3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580, 3582
PubliusNight 3558, 3561, 3574, 3576, 3591
o  Day   3568, 3565, 3572, 3584, 3590
Aris   Day   3557, 3562, 3577, 3578, 3589
Alexis Day   3573, 3581, 3587, 3588
V.J. Rada  Weekend   3585
NichdelWeekend   3571, 3583
Telnaior   Weekend   3586

Highest Numbered Case:   3591

[***] Court Descriptions

Day Court   [Default, rotate roster through as needed].

Night Court [Assigned quick turnaround cases (either trivial or
  game-urgent), generally promises to judge in 4 days].

Weekend Court [Backup/partial rotation, generally gets half as many
cases each as Day Court].

Courts are informal relative levels of "interest" in judging as per
R991.  Players can change Court by notifying the Arbitor.


DISCLAIMER
   Informational only - No actions are contained in this report.
   Information in this report is NOT self-ratifying.







Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-10-21 Thread Kerim Aydin


No worries!  You should always feel free to send a draft judgement to
Discussion first, to get feedback.

On Sun, 22 Oct 2017, Madeline wrote:
> Thanks! The main things I'm worried about are not really knowing much about
> the precedent of the game, and possibly missing a relevant rule. Hopefully
> Ctrl-F on the ruleset and CFJ archive should help there, at least! (Along with
> experience, of course)
> 
> 
> On 2017-10-22 11:40, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> > 
> > Absolutely!  You're on the list.  I'll try to look out for ones that aren't
> > "super-complicated" to start.
> > 
> > On Sun, 22 Oct 2017, Madeline wrote:
> > > Would I be able to give the Weekend Court a try, perhaps? I might need
> > > some
> > > assistance at first with learning the ropes of what to consider when
> > > making a
> > > judgement and how to consider it, but I'm definitely interested in trying.
> > > 
> > > 
> > > On 2017-10-22 11:18, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> > > > 
> > > > COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 22 Oct 2017]
> > > > 
> > > > (all outstanding cases were cleared this past week - well done judges!)
> > > > 
> > > > 
> > > > Open Cases (CFJs)
> > > > 
> > > > [* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]
> > > > 3576 assigned to Gaelan  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:55:16 UTC)
> > > > 3577 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
> > > > 3578 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
> > > > 3579 assigned to G.  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:59:58 UTC)
> > > > 3580 assigned to G.  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:04:34 UTC)
> > > > 3581 assigned to Alexis  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:08:50 UTC)
> > > > 
> > > > 
> > > > Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications
> > > > 
> > > > [** = consider for rules annotation, ! = delivered late]
> > > > 
> > > > !3570 by nichdel:  "G is Overlord of Dunce" was not an agency so "Ben
> > > > Öyle Öneriyorum" is not an agency.
> > > > 
> > > > !3571 by nichdel:  "G: Overlord of Dunce" is an Agency via ratification.
> > > > 
> > > > 3573 by Alexis:  G. was the Speaker for the period of time indicated,
> > > > but maybe more than that (wording of CFJ doesn't quite get at underlying
> > > > question).
> > > > 
> > > > **!3574 by Publius:  If a person is the head of an Agency and
> > > > deregisters, the Agency ceases being an Agency.  But if the person
> > > > re-registers, it becomes an Agency again.
> > > > 
> > > > 3575 by V.J. Rada:  Oxford commas matter.
> > > > 
> > > > !3563 by G.:  Under the previous pledge rules, a pledge (in general)
> > > > could only be broken once.
> > > > 
> > > > 3568 Moot concluded:  Case is REMANDED to o.
> > > > 
> > > > 
> > > > Bench Roster
> > > > 
> > > > Judge  Court[***]Recent
> > > > -  - --
> > > > G. Night 3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580
> > > > PubliusNight 3558, 3561, 3574
> > > > o  Day   3568, 3565, 3572
> > > > Aris   Day   3557, 3562, 3577, 3578
> > > > Gaelan Day   3564, 3576
> > > > Alexis Day   3573, 3581
> > > > V.J. Rada  Weekend
> > > > NichdelWeekend   3571
> > > > 
> > > > Highest Numbered Case:   3581
> > > > 
> > > > [***] Court Descriptions
> > > > 
> > > > Day Court   [Default, rotate roster through as needed].
> > > > 
> > > > Night Court [Assigned quick turnaround cases (either trivial or
> > > >game-urgent), generally promises to judge in 4 days].
> > > > 
> > > > Weekend Court [Backup/partial rotation, generally gets half as many
> > > >  cases each as Day Court].
> > > > 
> > > > Courts are informal relative levels of "interest" in judging as per
> > > > R991.  Players can change Court by notifying the Arbitor.
> > > > 
> > > > 
> > > > DISCLAIMER
> > > > Informational only - No actions are contained in this report.
> > > > Information in this report is NOT self-ratifying.
> > > > 
> > > > 
> > > > 
> > > > 
> 
>


Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-10-21 Thread Madeline
Thanks! The main things I'm worried about are not really knowing much 
about the precedent of the game, and possibly missing a relevant rule. 
Hopefully Ctrl-F on the ruleset and CFJ archive should help there, at 
least! (Along with experience, of course)



On 2017-10-22 11:40, Kerim Aydin wrote:


Absolutely!  You're on the list.  I'll try to look out for ones that aren't
"super-complicated" to start.

On Sun, 22 Oct 2017, Madeline wrote:

Would I be able to give the Weekend Court a try, perhaps? I might need some
assistance at first with learning the ropes of what to consider when making a
judgement and how to consider it, but I'm definitely interested in trying.


On 2017-10-22 11:18, Kerim Aydin wrote:


COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 22 Oct 2017]

(all outstanding cases were cleared this past week - well done judges!)


Open Cases (CFJs)

[* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]
3576 assigned to Gaelan  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:55:16 UTC)
3577 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
3578 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
3579 assigned to G.  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:59:58 UTC)
3580 assigned to G.  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:04:34 UTC)
3581 assigned to Alexis  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:08:50 UTC)


Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications

[** = consider for rules annotation, ! = delivered late]

!3570 by nichdel:  "G is Overlord of Dunce" was not an agency so "Ben
Öyle Öneriyorum" is not an agency.

!3571 by nichdel:  "G: Overlord of Dunce" is an Agency via ratification.

3573 by Alexis:  G. was the Speaker for the period of time indicated,
but maybe more than that (wording of CFJ doesn't quite get at underlying
question).

**!3574 by Publius:  If a person is the head of an Agency and
deregisters, the Agency ceases being an Agency.  But if the person
re-registers, it becomes an Agency again.

3575 by V.J. Rada:  Oxford commas matter.

!3563 by G.:  Under the previous pledge rules, a pledge (in general)
could only be broken once.

3568 Moot concluded:  Case is REMANDED to o.


Bench Roster

Judge  Court[***]Recent
-  - --
G. Night 3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580
PubliusNight 3558, 3561, 3574
o  Day   3568, 3565, 3572
Aris   Day   3557, 3562, 3577, 3578
Gaelan Day   3564, 3576
Alexis Day   3573, 3581
V.J. Rada  Weekend
NichdelWeekend   3571

Highest Numbered Case:   3581

[***] Court Descriptions

Day Court   [Default, rotate roster through as needed].

Night Court [Assigned quick turnaround cases (either trivial or
   game-urgent), generally promises to judge in 4 days].

Weekend Court [Backup/partial rotation, generally gets half as many
 cases each as Day Court].

Courts are informal relative levels of "interest" in judging as per
R991.  Players can change Court by notifying the Arbitor.


DISCLAIMER
Informational only - No actions are contained in this report.
Information in this report is NOT self-ratifying.








Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-10-21 Thread Kerim Aydin


Absolutely!  You're on the list.  I'll try to look out for ones that aren't
"super-complicated" to start.

On Sun, 22 Oct 2017, Madeline wrote:
> Would I be able to give the Weekend Court a try, perhaps? I might need some
> assistance at first with learning the ropes of what to consider when making a
> judgement and how to consider it, but I'm definitely interested in trying.
> 
> 
> On 2017-10-22 11:18, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 22 Oct 2017]
> > 
> > (all outstanding cases were cleared this past week - well done judges!)
> > 
> > 
> > Open Cases (CFJs)
> > 
> > [* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]
> >3576 assigned to Gaelan  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:55:16 UTC)
> > 3577 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
> > 3578 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
> > 3579 assigned to G.  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:59:58 UTC)
> > 3580 assigned to G.  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:04:34 UTC)
> > 3581 assigned to Alexis  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:08:50 UTC)
> > 
> > 
> > Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications
> > 
> > [** = consider for rules annotation, ! = delivered late]
> > 
> > !3570 by nichdel:  "G is Overlord of Dunce" was not an agency so "Ben
> > Öyle Öneriyorum" is not an agency.
> > 
> > !3571 by nichdel:  "G: Overlord of Dunce" is an Agency via ratification.
> > 
> > 3573 by Alexis:  G. was the Speaker for the period of time indicated,
> > but maybe more than that (wording of CFJ doesn't quite get at underlying
> > question).
> > 
> > **!3574 by Publius:  If a person is the head of an Agency and
> > deregisters, the Agency ceases being an Agency.  But if the person
> > re-registers, it becomes an Agency again.
> > 
> > 3575 by V.J. Rada:  Oxford commas matter.
> > 
> > !3563 by G.:  Under the previous pledge rules, a pledge (in general)
> > could only be broken once.
> > 
> > 3568 Moot concluded:  Case is REMANDED to o.
> > 
> > 
> > Bench Roster
> > 
> > Judge  Court[***]Recent
> > -  - --
> > G. Night 3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580
> > PubliusNight 3558, 3561, 3574
> > o  Day   3568, 3565, 3572
> > Aris   Day   3557, 3562, 3577, 3578
> > Gaelan Day   3564, 3576
> > Alexis Day   3573, 3581
> > V.J. Rada  Weekend
> > NichdelWeekend   3571
> > 
> > Highest Numbered Case:   3581
> > 
> > [***] Court Descriptions
> > 
> > Day Court   [Default, rotate roster through as needed].
> > 
> > Night Court [Assigned quick turnaround cases (either trivial or
> >   game-urgent), generally promises to judge in 4 days].
> > 
> > Weekend Court [Backup/partial rotation, generally gets half as many
> > cases each as Day Court].
> > 
> > Courts are informal relative levels of "interest" in judging as per
> > R991.  Players can change Court by notifying the Arbitor.
> > 
> > 
> > DISCLAIMER
> >Informational only - No actions are contained in this report.
> >Information in this report is NOT self-ratifying.
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
>


Re: DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-10-21 Thread Kerim Aydin


On Sun, 22 Oct 2017, VJ Rada wrote:
> 3575 should be listed as "recent" for me.
> 
> Apart from that, thanks for this report as always.

I should have explained:  when everyone has at least one case under "recent", 
I drop everyone's oldest one (it's for making sure people have relatively 
similar
caseloads). It's like sideways tetris.  That was the only one in your row when
I dropped them. Still, I should leave it on at least in the week it's judged so
will do that in future!   (so yeah, admitted).





DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-10-21 Thread Madeline
Would I be able to give the Weekend Court a try, perhaps? I might need 
some assistance at first with learning the ropes of what to consider 
when making a judgement and how to consider it, but I'm definitely 
interested in trying.



On 2017-10-22 11:18, Kerim Aydin wrote:



COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 22 Oct 2017]

(all outstanding cases were cleared this past week - well done judges!)


Open Cases (CFJs)

[* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]
   
3576 assigned to Gaelan  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:55:16 UTC)

3577 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
3578 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
3579 assigned to G.  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:59:58 UTC)
3580 assigned to G.  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:04:34 UTC)
3581 assigned to Alexis  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:08:50 UTC)


Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications

[** = consider for rules annotation, ! = delivered late]

!3570 by nichdel:  "G is Overlord of Dunce" was not an agency so "Ben
Öyle Öneriyorum" is not an agency.

!3571 by nichdel:  "G: Overlord of Dunce" is an Agency via ratification.

3573 by Alexis:  G. was the Speaker for the period of time indicated,
but maybe more than that (wording of CFJ doesn't quite get at underlying
question).

**!3574 by Publius:  If a person is the head of an Agency and
deregisters, the Agency ceases being an Agency.  But if the person
re-registers, it becomes an Agency again.

3575 by V.J. Rada:  Oxford commas matter.

!3563 by G.:  Under the previous pledge rules, a pledge (in general)
could only be broken once.

3568 Moot concluded:  Case is REMANDED to o.


Bench Roster

Judge  Court[***]Recent
-  - --
G. Night 3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580
PubliusNight 3558, 3561, 3574
o  Day   3568, 3565, 3572
Aris   Day   3557, 3562, 3577, 3578
Gaelan Day   3564, 3576
Alexis Day   3573, 3581
V.J. Rada  Weekend
NichdelWeekend   3571

Highest Numbered Case:   3581

[***] Court Descriptions

Day Court   [Default, rotate roster through as needed].

Night Court [Assigned quick turnaround cases (either trivial or
  game-urgent), generally promises to judge in 4 days].

Weekend Court [Backup/partial rotation, generally gets half as many
cases each as Day Court].

Courts are informal relative levels of "interest" in judging as per
R991.  Players can change Court by notifying the Arbitor.


DISCLAIMER
   Informational only - No actions are contained in this report.
   Information in this report is NOT self-ratifying.






DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-10-21 Thread VJ Rada
3575 should be listed as "recent" for me.

Apart from that, thanks for this report as always.

On Sun, Oct 22, 2017 at 11:18 AM, Kerim Aydin  wrote:
>
>
> 
> COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 22 Oct 2017]
>
> (all outstanding cases were cleared this past week - well done judges!)
>
>
> Open Cases (CFJs)
> 
> [* = overdue, ! = <24 hours before deadline]
>
> 3576 assigned to Gaelan  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:55:16 UTC)
> 3577 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
> 3578 assigned to Aris(due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:57:40 UTC)
> 3579 assigned to G.  (due Sat, 28 Oct 2017 ~23:59:58 UTC)
> 3580 assigned to G.  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:04:34 UTC)
> 3581 assigned to Alexis  (due Sun, 29 Oct 2017 ~00:08:50 UTC)
>
>
> Recently-Delivered Verdicts and Implications
> 
> [** = consider for rules annotation, ! = delivered late]
>
> !3570 by nichdel:  "G is Overlord of Dunce" was not an agency so "Ben
> Öyle Öneriyorum" is not an agency.
>
> !3571 by nichdel:  "G: Overlord of Dunce" is an Agency via ratification.
>
> 3573 by Alexis:  G. was the Speaker for the period of time indicated,
> but maybe more than that (wording of CFJ doesn't quite get at underlying
> question).
>
> **!3574 by Publius:  If a person is the head of an Agency and
> deregisters, the Agency ceases being an Agency.  But if the person
> re-registers, it becomes an Agency again.
>
> 3575 by V.J. Rada:  Oxford commas matter.
>
> !3563 by G.:  Under the previous pledge rules, a pledge (in general)
> could only be broken once.
>
> 3568 Moot concluded:  Case is REMANDED to o.
>
>
> Bench Roster
>
> Judge  Court[***]Recent
> -  - --
> G. Night 3556, 3567, 3563, 3579, 3580
> PubliusNight 3558, 3561, 3574
> o  Day   3568, 3565, 3572
> Aris   Day   3557, 3562, 3577, 3578
> Gaelan Day   3564, 3576
> Alexis Day   3573, 3581
> V.J. Rada  Weekend
> NichdelWeekend   3571
>
> Highest Numbered Case:   3581
> 
> [***] Court Descriptions
>
> Day Court   [Default, rotate roster through as needed].
>
> Night Court [Assigned quick turnaround cases (either trivial or
>  game-urgent), generally promises to judge in 4 days].
>
> Weekend Court [Backup/partial rotation, generally gets half as many
>cases each as Day Court].
>
> Courts are informal relative levels of "interest" in judging as per
> R991.  Players can change Court by notifying the Arbitor.
> 
>
> DISCLAIMER
>   Informational only - No actions are contained in this report.
>   Information in this report is NOT self-ratifying.
>
> 
>
>



-- 
>From V.J. Rada


DIS: Re: OFF: [Arbitor] Court Gazette

2017-10-13 Thread Kerim Aydin


On Fri, 13 Oct 2017, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> COURT GAZETTE [Arbitor's Weekly Report for 13 Oct 2017]

I claim a 5-shiny reward for this report.

> 3570* assigned to Nichdel   (due Fri, 13 Oct 2017 ~19:07:58 UTC)
> 3571* assigned to Nichdel   (due Fri, 13 Oct 2017 ~19:14:49 UTC)
> 3573  assigned to Alexis(due Fri, 20 Oct 2017 ~20:25:11 UTC)
> 3574  assigned to Publius   (due Fri, 20 Oct 2017 ~20:28:04 UTC)
> 3575  assigned to V.J. Rada (due Fri, 20 Oct 2017 ~20:29:58 UTC)
> 3563  assigned to G.(due Fri, 20 Oct 2017 ~20:33:15 UTC)
> 3568  In Moot, Voting ends  (Fri, 20 Oct 2017 ~20:58:36 UTC)

I have a weirdly-nagging feeling that I missed one (though I caught
several retractions I think).  If I missed yours, don't be shy!

Also, Aris noted this, but many apologies for the CFJ database being
a month behind.  Got the assignment & report workflow going but it's
completely separate from the final formatted case workflow - should
catch up (and merge processes) over the next several days...