Jamie Dallaire on Mon, 16 Jun 2008 07:32:26 -0700 (MST)

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Re: [s-b] [s-d] Consultation: Have I been Punished?

On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 3:39 PM, Geoffrey Spear <wooble@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 3:35 PM, Phil Ulrich <phil.ulrich@xxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
> > One could argue there IS explicit permission to turn the clock on (or
> > off). I think it's in 4E14 that it's allowed to be turned on or off as a
> > Game Action. I couldn't turn the clock sideways, on account of not being
> > allowed to do so.
> The only person explicitly given the power to turn the Clock On in
> 4E14 is the Chairman, and he can only do so at the beginning of a
> voting period if he's published a ballot.
> I think everything that's happened since P218 passed at the end of
> last year has probably been illegal, and the ndelay is somewhere
> around 167.

Hmmm.... If that's the case then perhaps we're not even currently in an
emergency, and therefore can't just paper over that little thing with a
ratification of gamestate...

In nweek 135, Prop 218 introduced the current problem. In nweek 136, Prop
266 changed the procedure for emergencies from requiring panic buttons to be
flicked on to requiring mental states to be set to paranoid...

Hopefully the clock was started properly (without pending obligations...) at
the start of 136... Otherwise, to properly ensure gamestate, we'd need to go
through a panic-button-style emergency... And I don't really want to do
that. Would waste several more days...


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