=============================== CFJ 3763 ===============================
If an Unregistered person's citizenship switch is flipped to
Registered by the effect of a power-3.1 proposal, without that
person expressing any sort of consent, then 1 second after the
proposal has taken effect, that person is bound to abide by the
Called by G.: 27 Jul 2019 16:29:15
Assigned to Murphy: 03 Aug 2019 00:11:34
R869 reads in part:
> A person, by registering, agrees to abide by the Rules. The Rules
> CANNOT otherwise bind a person to abide by any agreement without
> that person's willful consent.
If acting on behalf of oneself, setting the citizenship switch to
via announcement also serves as an act of consent. But if the citizenship
switch is flipped by a proposal with the power to do so, you end up with
the switch at "registered" without any consent being given.
- The person is therefore bound by the rules afterwards anyway;
- The registration holds for an instant, then the lack of consent "asserts
itself" to flip the switch back a moment later.
- The switch stays set at registered, but the person is not "bound to
abide" by the Rules. I have no idea what that means in practical
- It's somehow impossible for the proposal to flip the switch in the
first place (meaning the conditional in the CFJ is a counterfactual,
leading to a dismiss or irrelevant result).
Rule 869/45 (Power=3)
How to Join and Leave Agora
Any organism that is generally capable of freely originating and
communicating independent thoughts and ideas is a person. Rules to
the contrary notwithstanding, no other entities are persons.
Citizenship is a person switch with values Unregistered (default)
and Registered, tracked by the Registrar. Changes to citizenship
are secured. A registered person is a Player. To "register"
someone is to flip that person's Citizenship switch from
Unregistered to Registered.
An Unregistered person CAN (unless explicitly forbidden or
prevented by the rules) register by publishing a message that
indicates reasonably clearly and reasonably unambiguously that e
intends to become a player at that time. A player, acting as
emself, CAN deregister (cease being a player) by announcement. If
e does so, e CANNOT register or be registered for 30 days.
A person, by registering, agrees to abide by the Rules. The Rules
CANNOT otherwise bind a person to abide by any agreement without
that person's willful consent.
The Rules CANNOT compel non-players to act without their express
or reasonably implied consent. The rules CANNOT compel players to
unduly harass non-players. A non-person CANNOT be a player, rules
to the contrary notwithstanding.