============================== CFJ 1761 ==============================
The AFO published the message with Message-id:
Called by Murphy: 30 Sep 2007 23:09:08 GMT
Assigned to root: 01 Oct 2007 09:29:13 GMT
root recused: 04 Oct 2007 15:32:05 GMT
Assigned to Zefram: 05 Oct 2007 14:38:39 GMT
Judged FALSE by Zefram: 08 Oct 2007 16:24:53 GMT
I suggest legislation clarifying how the general situation (person X
causes non-first-class person Y != X to perform action Z by a method
defined in Y's organizing document) works when
(a) action Z is publishing something
(b) X claims to simultaneously perform the action themselves
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) causing Y to act depends on a conditional that evaluates to false
Judge Zefram's Arguments:
The AFO acts by means of its members making appropriate announcements.
The only announcement so made regarding the AFO and this message was
Murphy's opening statement within the message:
|I cause the AFO to publish the following. I also publish it
|acting as myself.
By means of this statement, the AFO published the information that
followed this paragraph, which was an announcement of the voting results
for proposals 5222-5223. However, the voting results obviously do not
constitute the entirety of message <46FFFFB9.firstname.lastname@example.org>.
That message, in addition to the voting results, has the opening
paragraph that sets context for the voting results, and headers that
indicate authorship and other matters.
I find that publishing the set of voting results is different from
publishing message <46FFFFB9.email@example.com>. The AFO did not do
the latter, and so I judge CFJ 1761 FALSE.