Rule 210 (Joev: Mutable) Resolving Conflicts.
# Comment This fixes precedence between different rules so that it is always defined, even if the rules in question have the same number (e.g.1160A vs. 1160B.) This has been made possible by the recent amendment to 103, which defined when an ID is lower than another ID.
# Amend 210 Resolving Conflicts
If two or more mutable rules conflict with one another, or if two or more immutable rules conflict with one another, then the rule with the lowest ID takes precedence. If at least one of the rules in conflict explicitly says of itself that it defers to another rule (or type of rule) or takes precedence over another rule (or type of rule), then such provisions shall supercede the ID method for determining precedence. If two or more rules claim to take precedence over one another, or to defer to one another, then the ID method must again govern.
# Seconds Steve @ sign Steve:2884:Wed Apr 14 11:13:37 1993
Rule 1252A (Geoff: Mutable) Committee Scoring.
Committees may be deemed "scoring" or "non-scoring" committees. For a committee to be a "scoring" committee it must be stated within the POI which forms the committee that the committee submits to being a scoring committee, should no such statement be contained in the POI then the committee shall default to a non-scoring committee. A committee may change from a non-scoring to scoring committee, or vice-versa, by publically posting a note stating that intention, the note must contain signatures of all current members of the committee. This shall be known as a Petition to Change Scoring Status (PCSS). A scoring committee may only make a PCSS providing it has zero or positive points. Any positive points and currency that a scoring committee has when the PCSS is posted are forfeited. # Seconds Blob @ sign Blob:2623:Thu Apr 8 11:47:48 1993