|Daniel Lepage on 3 Oct 2003 21:27:06 -0000|
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|Re: [spoon-discuss] Re: [Spoon-business] NWEEK 50 BALLOT|
On Friday, October 3, 2003, at 12:11 AM, Glotmorf wrote:
That's not what it says; the part you're thinking of is in the definition of Activity (r154/23.B.3.) where it states that a player's Activity goes up at the end of each nweek if e voted on the ballot using at least one non-proxied vote.True...though it references the end of the nweek, so by that time the vote is considered to have been cast by the player. Anyway, I maintain my agreement that there's no conflict.
I'm not convinced; It seems to me that any action which results in a situation prohibited by the rules must be illegal. Since casting votes in somebody else's name creates votes considered to have been cast by that player, it creates a situation that is considered to be illegal; which isn't possible.
Interesting note: r154.B.3 references "voluntary leave", but such is not defined elsewhere in the ruleset, especially considering a player is, according to r205, a player is placed both on leave and on forced leave if eir activity goes down for long enough. So without a proper definition of "voluntary leave", does that mean the Activity of players who are on leave should go down?
I think we can assume from context that a player is on 'voluntary leave' if they went on leave voluntarily, and I hope that a judge would feel the same way. I don't think we should have to define every term we use, as long as the justice system works.
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