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Re: [spoon-discuss] Fwd: RE: [Thermo] Proposals File

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On Friday 18 April 2003 08:38 pm, Glotmorf wrote:
> On 4/18/03 at 7:49 PM Craig wrote:
> >bd in the B Nomic discussion list:
> >>I've been discussing inter-nomic trade with someone from Thermodynomic,
> >
> >and
> >
> >>he's got some interesting ideas: (formatting ruined by deep
> >> reply-nesting)
> >
> >Guy from Thermo here. I've joined this list to discuss it with the B Nomic
> >community. bd is already also in Thermo. I've cc'd it to that list so that
> >we can talk about the ideas we've got there, as well, if that community is
> >interested in having some input (which I hope it is). Comments from either
> >list should probably be summarized to the other.
> >
> >Here's the executive summary of our ideas:
> >1.  We establish rules within each Nomic for trade between Nomics. Very
> >decentralized; requires greater change to add a new Nomic to such trading.
> >Hence,
> >1a. We establish universal rules for inter-Nomic trade. Any Nomic can then
> >agree to be part of those rules, and can recognize any other such Nomic as
> >a
> >possible trading partner.
> >2. ThermodyNomic introduces a Grid-like system, and there are teleports
> >between the two grids. Anyone on a foreign grid carries eir stuff with em
> >and is bound by the new movement rules. Integrates the two Nomics to a
> >greater degree, and gets more confusing, but allows for trade in really
> >straightforward ways.
> Lacking current rules that define our respective objects, might I suggest a
> "locker" system at the teleport points to store our local objects in until
> we return?

It would be a good idea, yes. But I think the logistics of having the admins 
synchronize all the info about the players is a more important issue :)
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