============================= CFJ 3479 =============================
Agora's To-Do List is a proposal that was in the proposal pool
and has been pended.
Caller: Publius Scribonius Scholasticus
Called by Publius Scribonius Scholasticus: 8 May 2017
Assigned to Sprocklem: 19 May 2017
Judged FALSE by Sprocklem: 19 May 2017
I'm inclined to agree that “formatting errors” is not an objective
criteria. Additionally, even if it weren't too ambiguous, it seems like
it would set a bad precedent to allow such difficult to determine
conditionals. It's a lot easier just to have people just resubmit the
proposal if a (formatting) error is found.
Since the context is lacking in the CFJ itself, I have included it below.
Publius Scribonius Scholasticus called the CFJ:
> Agora's To-Do List is a proposal that was in the proposal pool and has
> been pended.
This was caused by objections raised by Aris about the validity of the
conditional clause of the submission:
> "Formatting errors" is highly ambiguous. Unless you can clarify it
> down to something easily checkable, I'm going to count that statement
> as void.
The relevant text of PSS's submission is duplicated below:
> I submit the following proposal if it has no formatting errors and its
> passage would create two new rules:
> Title: Agora's To-Do List
> Adoption index: 1.0
> Author: Publius Scribonius Scholasticus
> Enact a rule titled, "To-Do List", reading: "Any player MAY with 1
> support add an item to the to-do list with a specified number of
> Shinies associated with it. Any to-do list item must have a clear set
> of requirements for completion. The to-do list shall be maintained by
> the Lister. Any person MAY complete an item on the to-do list and
> claim the specified number of Shinies associated with it by notifying
> the Lister of their completion of the task. If the Lister agrees with
> the claimee, the Lister shall pay the claimee the specified number of
> Shinies from Agora. Any disagreement regarding completion shall be
> resolved via a CFJ. After an item has been completed, the Lister shall
> remove it from the to-do list."
> Enact a rule titled, "The Office of the Lister", reading: "The Lister
> is an office; its holder is responsible for maintaining the to-do of
> The Lister's Weekly report includes the current state of the Agoran
> to-do list and any recent events thereof."