Antonio Dolcetta on Tue, 17 Jul 2007 05:23:31 -0700 (MST)

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Re: [s-d] [s-b] Proposal: Make votes into attributes

Peter Cooper Jr. wrote:
> I propose:
> __Make votes into attributes__
> {{
> [[
> This removes the distinction between ABSTAIN and not voting, clarifies
> what submitting a vote means, stops us from needing to call it a "Final
> Vote" everywhere, and just generally uses our attribute system more.
> ]]
> In rule 2-2, change
> {{
> A Registered Voter may submit a Vote on an Open proposal at any time. The
> Vote must be one of the words FOR, AGAINST, or ABSTAIN; other words are
> ignored.
> The most recent Vote on a proposal by a Registered Voter is called that
> Registered Voter's Final Vote on that proposal.
> }}
> to
> {{
> For each proposal, there is a corresponding Vote attribute, with a scope
> of all Registered Voters, a range of the values {FOR, AGAINST, ABSTAIN},
> and a default value of ABSTAIN.
> As a game action, the holder of a Vote that corresponds to an Open
> proposal may change that Vote's value.
> }}

I'm against this, too.
I dont want to have to vote by stating:
"I set my attribute for proposal xyz to FOR"

also ABSTAIN used to count for quorum, are we sure we want to chuck it 
away ?

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