Harrison, Andrew on 10 Oct 2000 08:27:02 -0000

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spoon-discuss: RE: spoon-business: RFJ 14

I thought the whole point was that spoon-business was a public forum in
which game actions can be taken, but spoon-discuss is *not* a public forum,
it is a discussion list, and as such game actions *cannot* be taken in it.

The Kid

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Waldron [mailto:wald7330@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: 10 October 2000 07:17
> To: 'nomic-business'
> Subject: Re: spoon-business: RFJ 14
> On Sun, 8 Oct 2000, Joel Uckelman wrote:
> > 14, Poulenc: spoon-discuss@xxxxxxxxx is not a public forum.
> On Sunday, the first of October, Joel sent the following to
> spoon-business@xxxxxxxxx
> >At 00:00:00 UTC today, the nomic served by this list began. 
> At 00:30:00, 
> >the Administrator declared this list, 
> spoon-business@xxxxxxxxx, to be a 
> >public forum as per R219/0. As such, public business may be conducted
> >here.
> I was unable to find any simmilar post to the business list 
> that game the
> discussion list public status.  Since the forum has not been decalred
> public by the administrator, it is not.  For the list
> spoon-discuss@xxxxxxxxx to be a public forum, Joel would have had to
> designate it as such before he designated the 
> spoon-business@xxxxxxxxx to
> be public.  If this had been the case, the above post to the 
> business list
> would have no weight because the designation would have had 
> to be posted
> to spoon-discussion.
> This judgement was requested and designated in 
> spoon-business@xxxxxxxxxx
> On the assumption that this is a valid RFJ, I must rule TRUE.  I do,
> however, issue a judicial order to Joel Uckleman, to post to 
> the public
> forum a statement of all fora he has to this point designated 
> as public,
> even if done so privately.  This should clear up the issue 
> once and for
> all.
> Poulenc