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  1. Re: [Discussion] An idea to improve modding awards distribution

    This would be a productive outlet for a content publication, although I think the OP and this thought would both quickly go beyond the boundaries of curial influence.
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    Re: Changes in award giving process.

    This does not answer the questions I reminded or the ones I added regarding the feasibility of a dedicated committee and the miracle that the awards have even gotten this far, obviously granted to...
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    Re: Changes in award giving process.

    This boisterous display is an interesting read from the sidelines, but not especially productive and clearly comes from a place of personal grievance than a good faith attempt to discuss and...
  4. [ABANDONED] Re: [Amendment] Legio 501st Clarifications

    To be honest I'd rather see the metric be in terms of impact. Using 'time' in hourage is both specific (literally defined here) but equally unclear (how are you to judge the exact time and how it's...
  5. [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: IMPLEMENTED] Re: [AWARD] BraselC5048 for Legio 501st Modder [Bronze]

    If the trick is that the 5 hours went to ensuring proper run of the mod as it was designed done by the developer personally before release and we're operating in the vague technical limits of the...
  6. [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: IMPLEMENTED] Re: [AWARD] BraselC5048 for Legio 501st Modder [Bronze]

    5 hours and one minute of creative work involving a section and an apparently remarkable effect on diplomacy for the game sounds like it meets the requirements to me. They say testing and perfecting...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section 3 - Article I

    To try and address your question (though not as or on behalf of moderators), there is nothing in this proposal that requires a change in how moderators operate. If anything the only negative effect...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    If it was linear progression it would make sense. But by description they're somewhat split. Opifex was obviously meant to first compliment extremely helpful modding contributions, but strictly...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section 3 - Article I

    I don't see why this is the move that would result in ultimatum. Not to ignore the first half of your post, but the steps have been quite incremental. I'd like to know the last time the Curia was...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section 3 - Article I

    My personal opinion on setting the bar aside, I will rebuke this advocacy for hex to overreach (not in permissions perhaps, but in spirit). If the citizenry want to raise the number, lower the bar...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section 3 - Article I

    I don't insinuate that it's a personal vendetta, but I more than insinuate that it's weak for apparently being a collaborative year+ work of effort. In fact I was referring to the only user who...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section 3 - Article I

    It's my impression that a single one-off accident off topic post and a moderator having a bad hair day about it typically doesn't result in an outright infraction. For that you need a relatively...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: Abolish the 501st Modding Awards

    There are two very deep problems with how this was realized.
    a, they were lazily executed. Pasting a specific description between the levels makes them frivolous without further description that...
  14. [VOTE FINISHED: PASSED: IMPLEMENTED] Re: [AWARD] King Athelchan for Curia Service Award

    Go for it. Time served is pretty much the only measure, as much as I may idealistically wish for more.
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: Abolish the 501st Modding Awards

    Pitch. I wanted to make a more elegant proposal at the start of term, but this is all that needs to be said. So that's at least one support in the bag. Alwyn appears to offer a clear enough support.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Making things interesting after the conclusion of my tenure I see. Oh well. Good luck. If you find the unity to give this institution some spinal fluid, let me know.
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    Poll: Re: [Ostrakon] Pontifex Maximus v2

    Motion has failed, right to citizenship is retained (after staff referred suspension is served anyways). Thread is archived.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Kilo presents the voice of innocence and meaningful change. I'm afraid any of its benefits are far too late to ths party.
  19. Re: The ridiculing and lampooning of J. R. R. Tolkien thread

    By my utterly unqualified reckoning, I severely doubt you, or your air exists, or ever existed. Especially your air.
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    Re: What is your life like as an NPC?

    With my luck I'll be an extra, loaded in ancillary to the protagonist whenever they go into a new region, dealt an extra set of canned lines and movments to remember.
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    Poll: Re: [Ostrakon] Pontifex Maximus v2

    I would argue that final point is somewhat irrelevant as counter argument, as the ability to post poorly while filling the technical requirement to still be a (recorded delinquent) member of the...
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    Poll: Re: [Ostrakon] Pontifex Maximus v2

    If we can't agree on the fundamentals we're going from in this ostrakon (as long as the discussion still applies to it obviously), then I suppose it's an important conversation to have. People have...
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    Poll: Re: [Ostrakon] Pontifex Maximus v2

    If people are so bothered by the fact the origin comes from Akar, feel free to instead look at the fact I considered it to have enough merit to post, and I support more than enough to 'adopt' the...
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    Poll: Re: [Ostrakon] Pontifex Maximus v2

    I consider Gigantus stating that the actions in the Tribunal are related + final point and for the most part, POVG's characterization of Ponti's posts in context of the wider mudpit and if that...
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    Poll: Re: [Ostrakon] Pontifex Maximus v2

    If we'd like to continue on the merits or not of ostrakon being an anonymous process to start, by all means carry it in the townhall or its own thread; but I'd like to reiterate the focus being on...
  26. Poll: Re: Do you use the Scriptorium and, if so, what for?

    I use it to read through site history, since that's really its function given the state of upkeep. A little time portal to when it was updated where I'm forgiving of the rather frequent lost image,...
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    Poll: Re: [Ostrakon] Pontifex Maximus v2

    I don't see much point in bogging down at this time, but if there was ever a case where citizens/members should have any power to say 'we don't want this to represent us', I'd think this is it. As...
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    Poll: [Ostrakon] Pontifex Maximus v2

    Ostrakon - Pontifex Maximus


    Here we are again, an ostrakon against one of our esteemed number, Pontifex Maximus. In contrast to the last one, there's a fair amount of starting material. Here...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Darn, I was trying to let the section expire for inactivity.
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    Sticky: Re: Friday/Saturday/Sunday morning preaching.

    While remaining Human, no.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Then I apologize for the mistake, as what I read struck me as a clear opposition.
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    Re: Why are you afraid?

    If there is no free will, I am a divinely sanctioned skeptic only acting per preordained nature. Makes life easier, I suppose.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Such an action would be silly, meaningless or depressingly dramatic. It may help to know which to expect, if simple civility is not somewhere in the options.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    If the text seems a little strange yet the result is precisely in accordance with procedure, I'm afraid I must be quite serious myself and say there isn't anything at all to be done here. Any further...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    Not to mention he is capable of seeing if results go public or not from afar, and so has had the chance to do it in the Curia theoretically since 2010. But this all seems like much ado since the...
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    Sticky: Re: [Artifex] Visarion [Patron: Gaius Baltar]

    It's poor terminology to indicate they will be public at the end of the poll, but it's behaved that way since the inception of VB4 as far as I can tell including for each poll prior to my tenure. The...
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    Sticky: Re: Friday/Saturday/Sunday morning preaching.

    Less time to wait before the going to heaven part, of course.
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    Sticky: Re: [Artifex] Visarion [Patron: Gaius Baltar]

    The poll is what the previous poll was, which constitutionally and numerically (as far as people commenting) opposes your case despite the insistence it was wrong.

    Now, if you can constitutionally...
  39. Poll: Re: [Artifex] Visarion [Patron: Gaius Baltar]

    Per the OP's prompting, the poll has been added and I may or may not have set it up correctly.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Commentary and Chat

    For trying to prove him 100% wrong, you managed to prove his point - the pin was done by decision and thus cannot be undone willy nilly - 100%. So, thanks for giving me the evidence he's right I...
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