Flat Organization of Nomic Rules
In no way should these pages be construed as the Official
Ruleset. That is the sole purvue of the speaker.
- 101 Players must follow rules. Definition of Initial Set.
- 102 Creation of mutable and immutable rules.
- 103 Definition of Voter, Speaker, Player.
- 104 First Speaker is Jim Shea.
- 105 Definition of Rule Change.
- 106 Votes, procedure for adoption of rule changes.
- 107 Form of rule changes.
- 108 No retroactive rules.
- 109 Numbering for Rule Changes, reenactments, amendments, transmutations.
- 110 Transmuting immutable to mutable.
- 111 Precedence of immutable rules over mutable.
- 112 Win condition: N points.
- 113 Option to forfeit: no penalty worse than losing.
- 114 Adoption of Rule Changes must never become completely inpermissible.
- 115 Self-referential Rule Changes, others, allowed.
- 116 Limited Permissibility of the Unprohibited.
- 117 Definition of Nomic Week.
- 201 Quorum for a Vote is 20% of Voters.
- 202 Points.
- 203 100 Points required to win. When a game ends by points.
- 205 Voting Period is one week.
- 207 Voting procedure.
- 208 Revealing of Votes, Speaker's consent.
- 209 Number of Votes required to pass a proposal.
- 210 Rule Changes take effect at completion of Vote.
- 211 Proposer receives points based on Vote tally.
- 212 Precedence of rules.
- 217 Guidance for Judgements.
- 219 Inconsistency in Nomic Rules - Statement to that effect. Win condition.
Voted-in rules (mutable)
- 303 Voters get one point for votes
- 322 Limit on the number of players
- 328 The definition of conservation
- 330 Default rules for Executive Orders
- 333 Distribution time of proposals
- 363 The Office of Custodian of the Bar,
and the Case Histories
- 382 Deregistration of inactive players
- 385 Tucs (IV) granularity
- 387 Selection of Judges
- 389 Reward for unanimous Proposals
- 391 Legislative Record
- 394 The Speaker is a salaried Officer
- 395 Legality of Proposals
- 399 Debt collecting
- 401 Tucs (VII) transfers
- 408 Cancelling debts
- 412 Freedom of Information Act
- 413 The Meta-Scoresheet
- 414 Entitlement to Votes on Proposals
- 415 Vacant Offices
- 416 Resolutions
- 423 Judicial Qualification
- 424 Contracts
- 425 TUCs defined
- 428 Default rules for voting
- 429 Additional Disqualification Criteria
- 430 Syntax and semantics of the Roll
- 431 Default record-keeping
- 432 The Office of the Scorekeeper
- 433 Conservation of Points
- 434 Description of the Current Player List
- 435 Bonus for small proposals
- 438 Definition of Judgement.
- 439 Submission and Distribution of Proposals
- 440 Hold Status
- 442 All players can propose
- 443 Limit of three Proposals / player / Nomic Week.
Last modified: Tue Aug 16 09:12:40 1994
Michael Norrish <email@example.com>