Benjamin Bradley on 4 Oct 2000 15:13:42 -0000 |
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spoon-discuss: Re: spoon-business: recognized proposals |
Would it be possible, when the proposals get listed on the website, to have a short list somewhere containing a list of the proposals (names?), who submitted them, a very brief (ie one phrase or a sentence) summary, and maybe the type of proposal (ie typo/spelling correction, etc). Thanks! - You have received mail from Benjamin Bradley. meh. - http://lostpoet.tripod.com/ - whee life what a rush On Tue, 3 Oct 2000, Joel Uckelman wrote: > This is a listing of all recognized proposals. All are version 0 unless > otherwise noted. > > The following proposals by XnJester are recognized: > > ---- > Proposal 301 > Fix Rule 4 typo > 2 Oct 2000 03:51:30 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 4. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 4/0 : Versions and Revision Numbers > Every modification to a revisiable object that does not eliminate it from > play creates a new version of it. > > Revision numbers differientiate versions of revisable objects. Each time a > revisable object is altered, its revision number is incremented. The initial > revision number is 0. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 4/0 : Versions and Revision Numbers > Every modification to a revisable object that does not eliminate it from > play creates a new version of it. > > Revision numbers differentiate versions of revisable objects. Each time a > revisable object is altered, its revision number is incremented. The initial > revision number is 0. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[changed 'revisiable' to 'revisable' and 'differientiate' to > 'differentiate'.]] > > ---- > Proposal 302 > Fix Rule 5 typo > 2 Oct 2000 03:51:42 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 5. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 5/0 : Serial Numbers > Every revisable object has a serial number unique for the set of objects of > its type. The serial number of a revisable object of type T is defined as > the intrerpolated string "n/r", where q is the sum of the base number for T > and the object's number, and r is the object's revision number. > [[Example: The serial number for version 0 of Rule 101 would be 101/0, while > the serial number for Rule 203, version 17 would be 203/17.]] > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 5/0 : Serial Numbers > Every revisable object has a serial number unique for the set of objects of > its type. The serial number of a revisable object of type T is defined as > the interpolated string "n/r", where n is the sum of the base number for T > and the object's number, and r is the object's revision number. > [[Example: The serial number for version 0 of Rule 101 would be 101/0, while > the serial number for Rule 203, version 17 would be 203/17.]] > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[I believe that 'q' should actually be 'n'. I have changed 'intrerpolated' > to 'interpolated'.]] > > ---- > Proposal 303 > Fix Rule 8 > 2 Oct 2000 03:51:53 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 5. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 8/0 : Comments > The following two non-whitespace characters: > [ ] > > are considered "reserved characters when appearing in Official Documents in > ways defined herein. > > Excepting any text in the Rule prior to and including this sentence, any > text appearing within doubled square brackets ("[[" and "]]") shall be > considered "comment" text. Comment text shall not have the force of Rule; > its purpose is solely elucidative or demonstrative. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 8/0 : Comments > The following two non-whitespace characters: > [ ] > > are considered "reserved" characters when appearing in Official Documents in > ways defined herein. > > Excepting any text in this Rule prior to and including this sentence, any > text appearing within doubled square brackets ("[[" and "]]") shall be > considered "comment" text. Comment text shall not have the force of Rule; > its purpose is solely elucidative or demonstrative. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[Added quotes for "reserved". I have changed 'the Rule' to 'this Rule' to > help prevent ambiguity.]] > > ---- > Proposal 304 > Fix Rule 102 > 2 Oct 2000 03:52:14 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 5. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 102/0 : Rules and The Ruleset > The Ruleset is the collective body of current Rule versions. The Ruleset may > be altered only as provided therein. Rules are revisiable. > Every Rule must have a unique Rule number. The base Rule number is 300. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 102/0 : Rules and The Ruleset > The Ruleset is the collective body of current Rule versions. The Ruleset may > be altered only as provided therein. Rules are revisable. > Every Rule must have a unique Rule number. The base number for Rules is 0. > Serial numbering of Rules start from 300. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[I have changed 'revisiable' to 'revisable'. I have corrected the last > sentence and added an extra sentence to help prevent ambiguity about base > numbers (as in Rule 5)]] > > ---- > Proposal 305 > Fix Rule 114 typo > 2 Oct 2000 03:52:34 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 114. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 114/0 : Orders > An Order is a command directed to some Agent, known a the recipient, > requiring em to perform exactly one action, or to refrain from performing > one or more actions. Any Order that does not unambiguously specify what > action is to be taken in its execution may be declared invalid by the > Courts. > An Order must be either Legislative, Motive, Administrative, Judicial, or > Private. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 114/0 : Orders > An Order is a command directed to some Agent, known as the recipient, > requiring em to perform exactly one action, or to refrain from performing > one or more actions. Any Order that does not unambiguously specify what > action is to be taken in its execution may be declared invalid by the > Courts. > An Order must be either Legislative, Motive, Administrative, Judicial, or > Private. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[The word 'a' changed to 'as'.]] > > ---- > The following Proposal by God is recognized: > > Proposal 306 > [[no title]] > 2 Oct 2000 21:59:56 > > I propose that the following rule be added to the ruleset: > > A forum not declared to be a public forum by the Administrator is not a > public forum. Actions taken in a forum that is not a public forum are not > recognized. > > ---- > The following Proposals by XnJester are recognized: > > Proposal 307 > Fix Rule 223 typo > 2 Oct 2000 02:59:39 > > A legislative order to correct the wording of rule 223. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 223/0 : Adoption of Proposals > A Proposal is adopted iff, at the close of voting, its passage ratio exceeds > one-half. Legislative Orders in the text of an adopted Proposal shall be > executed in a timely fashion by the appropriate Officers. > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 223/0 : Adoption of Proposals > A Proposal is adopted if, at the close of voting, its passage ratio exceeds > one-half. Legislative Orders in the text of an adopted Proposal shall be > executed in a timely fashion by the appropriate Officers. > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[The fifth word of the text 'iff' changed to 'if'.]] > > ---- > Proposal 308 > Fix Rule 114 typo > 2 Oct 2000 03:02:10 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 114. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 114/0 : Orders > An Order is a command directed to some Agent, known a the recipient, > requiring em to perform exactly one action, or to refrain from performing > one or more actions. Any Order that does not unambiguously specify what > action is to be taken in its execution may be declared invalid by the > Courts. > An Order must be either Legislative, Motive, Administrative, Judicial, or > Private. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 114/0 : Orders > An Order is a command directed to some Agent, known as the recipient, > requiring em to perform exactly one action, or to refrain from performing > one or more actions. Any Order that does not unambiguously specify what > action is to be taken in its execution may be declared invalid by the > Courts. > An Order must be either Legislative, Motive, Administrative, Judicial, or > Private. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[The word 'a' changed to 'as'.]] > > ---- > Proposal 309 > Fix Rule 4 typo > 2 Oct 2000 03:08:51 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 4. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 4/0 : Versions and Revision Numbers > Every modification to a revisiable object that does not eliminate it from > play creates a new version of it. > Revision numbers differientiate versions of revisable objects. Each time a > revisable object is altered, its revision number is incremented. The initial > revision number is 0. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 4/0 : Versions and Revision Numbers > Every modification to a revisable object that does not eliminate it from > play creates a new version of it. > Revision numbers differentiate versions of revisable objects. Each time a > revisable object is altered, its revision number is incremented. The initial > revision number is 0. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[changed 'revisable' to 'revisable' and 'differentiate' to > 'differentiate'.]] > > ---- > Proposal 310/0 > Fix Rule 4 typo > 2 Oct 2000 03:08:51 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 4. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 4/0 : Versions and Revision Numbers > Every modification to a revisiable object that does not eliminate it from > play creates a new version of it. > Revision numbers differientiate versions of revisable objects. Each time a > revisable object is altered, its revision number is incremented. The initial > revision number is 0. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 4/0 : Versions and Revision Numbers > Every modification to a revisable object that does not eliminate it from > play creates a new version of it. > Revision numbers differentiate versions of revisable objects. Each time a > revisable object is altered, its revision number is incremented. The initial > revision number is 0. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[changed 'revisable' to 'revisable' and 'differentiate' to > 'differentiate'.]] > > ---- > Proposal 310/1 > Fix Rule 4 typo > 2 Oct 2000 03:10:02 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 4. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 4/0 : Versions and Revision Numbers > Every modification to a revisiable object that does not eliminate it from > play creates a new version of it. > Revision numbers differientiate versions of revisable objects. Each time a > revisable object is altered, its revision number is incremented. The initial > revision number is 0. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 4/0 : Versions and Revision Numbers > Every modification to a revisable object that does not eliminate it from > play creates a new version of it. > Revision numbers differentiate versions of revisable objects. Each time a > revisable object is altered, its revision number is incremented. The initial > revision number is 0. > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[changed 'revisiable' to 'revisable' and 'differientiate' to > 'differentiate'.]] > > ---- > Proposal 311 > Fix Rule 5 typo > 2 Oct 2000 03:18:52 > > This is a legislative order to correct the wording of rule 5. > > The original (incorrect) text states: > > " Rule 5/0 : Serial Numbers > Every revisable object has a serial number unique for the set of objects of > its type. The serial number of a revisable object of type T is defined as > the intrerpolated string "n/r", where q is the sum of the base number for T > and the object's number, and r is the object's revision number. > [[Example: The serial number for version 0 of Rule 101 would be 101/0, while > the serial number for Rule 203, version 17 would be 203/17.]] > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > > It will be changed to: > > " Rule 5/0 : Serial Numbers > Every revisable object has a serial number unique for the set of objects of > its type. The serial number of a revisable object of type T is defined as > the interpolated string "n/r", where n is the sum of the base number for T > and the object's number, and r is the object's revision number. > [[Example: The serial number for version 0 of Rule 101 would be 101/0, while > the serial number for Rule 203, version 17 would be 203/17.]] > > 0. Initial Rule, 2 October 2000" > > [[I believe that 'q' should actually be 'n'. I have changed 'intrerpolated' > to 'interpolated'.]] > > -- > J. > > -- > Play Nomic! > http://www.nomic.net > > >