shadowfirebird on Thu, 25 Jan 2007 02:12:16 -0700 (MST)

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Re: [s-b] Optional voting (sic)

> Interesting. If that's the case, it's ambiguous whether a submission
> is an amendment or a new proposal. At the very least, it makes it
> harder on me if when I get a message I need to go back to see if there
> may be something with the same name that may be amended instead of the
> message being a new proposal.

I agree.  I'm trying to propose a change in fact.  (Although perhaps
that will be trumped by the auto-proposal system...)

> I think I'm going to keep this as a
> separate prop for now, especially as it seems a reasonable way to take
> your message, and it may makes things easier as it involves less
> changes now that people are voting.

Fair enough.  Since the prop in question was to simply to amend a
minor typo I'm not going to worry about that.

> As long as the target of an action is unambiguous, I think the rules
> (and game custom) allow it to be an acceptable method of performing
> it.

Brilliant.  I'll let my original vote stand then.  Ta for the clarification.

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