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Re: [spoon-discuss] M-Tek's charter and membership

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On Tuesday 15 April 2003 04:43 pm, Glotmorf wrote:
> On 4/15/03 at 4:20 PM bd wrote:
> >> One and only one entity can be the Prez.  If there is no Prez of M-Tek,
> >
> >the
> >Only one.
> Hm?

s/One and only one/Only one/

> >> An Emeritus member is an entity eligible under the rules to be a society
> >> member, that occupies an Emeritus Chair.  M-Tek can declare that there
> >> exist a specific number of Emeritus Chairs, which will be filled by
> >> eligible entities based on Merit.  Merit is an attribute maintained by
> >> M-Tek for every eligible entity, based on the following criteria:
> >
> >What does it start with? 0?
> Yes, I'll initialize it to zero in the nweek I implement this.

What about new players? Best to explicitly state it.

> >> If an Emeritus member is invited to become a Recruit and accepts the
> >> invitation (and thus becomes a Recruit), or if e becomes Prez, the
> >
> >Emeritus
> >
> >> Chair e occupied is eliminated.  If e quits M-Tek, or ceases to exist
> >
> >(for
> >
> >> players this means leaving the game), the Emeritus Chair e occupied is
> >> filled by the non-M-Tek-member Applicant with the highest Merit.
> >
> >They didn't state eir desire.
> One becomes an Applicant by stating one's desire.

Not if the old occupant leaves.

> >What does said Chair do? Also, you should state that the Chairs are not
> >membership positions.
> I'm stating that they are membership positions.  They're just different
> from the Prez and Recruits.  Emeritus members do the same thing that
> regular members do: vote on M-Tek props, offer up new M-Tek props, get
> points and charm from passed M-Tek props, and donate unused bandwidth at
> the end of the nweek.

So... what's the difference?
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