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General Discussion / Re: Relevart's Epic Horseback Challenge!
« on: Yesterday at 11:15:16 PM »
I can get some! What is the best way to get them uploaded into the forums?

I suggest imgur. You can paste the link then use the little image button under the Italics button when writing a post to embed an image.



As for taking the screenshots? I use ShareX because it's fast as hell and uploads to Imgur (or whatever you want) right when you take a screenshot or screen clipping.


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General Discussion / Re: Relevart's Epic Horseback Challenge!
« on: Yesterday at 01:03:49 PM »
this sounds really cool. any screenies?

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: Still Here?
« on: 17 May 2020, 12:12:33 AM »
hi boi

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Soooooo, vote or just add it? #Iwantmydrugsback

We can just re-add it, but to be clear it's now Simple Drugs, not DrugMeUp.

We just need a staff member to take some time and do it.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: Base Restoration
« on: 6 May 2020, 06:43:10 PM »
Progress on updating my old mansion house built in 2013
https://prnt.sc/sc37mu

cool as hell

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Are there any issues with implementing this plugin?

I don't think so. In fact, because this plugin was never voted out (it fell into disrepair) and is now back and useable as a new plugin called Simple Drugs https://www.spigotmc.org/resources/simple-drugs.9684/ , I don't think this really needs a vote personally.
I'm also down for getting this back.

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to clarify on what brutal did, he advertised to a community of a similar type that's now shut down, which imo is fair game.

Fine by me lol

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For what it's worth, in the past 7 days, there's been 714 minutes where 10 or more people have been online (7.7% - 1h42m per day avg). If you look at the past 28 days, that gives 2919 minutes (12.1% - 1h14m per day avg) of the time with 10 or more players online.

With regards to the portal-based farms, there's been 3049 minutes (32.9% - 7h16m per day avg) in the past 7 days with 6 or more people online. Similarly for the past 28 days that's 10,119 minutes (42.0% - 5h34m per day avg) with 6 or more.



I have seen tps hit 23, not 30 though
In the past 28 days, TPS has been >= 23 only 2.3% (597 minutes) of the time, and >= 30 for 0.3% (65 minutes) of the time. They're instantaneous TPS values taken one minute apart though, so take it with caution.

Now THIS is a good few statistics, thanks so much luis. Anyone who thinks this ruins their gameplay should consider this.

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In case anyone was wondering, there's no rule against advertising on VC if someone posts an IP, just that we'll be quicker to consider it spam if they're being jerks about it. With that said, going to a server only to advertise is rude.

Also bumped the post

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I took it down because I want Octo to stop. I genuinely don't know what was wrong with my calculations. I don't know what people are misconstruing, it's just elementary statistics. If anyone else brings my personal intelligence or relationship into this I'd like to ask you to, with all due respect, get a fucking life for once. Some of you have been so rude and aggressive. I don't even want to be here anymore. I'm sorry everyone. I shouldn't be here and I never should have

You are perfectly free to post calculations and ideas and have your own opinions. You do deserve to be here, you can and should still play here, and you are more than welcome here. Please don't get downtrodden by disagreeing, and perhaps aggressive disagreeing, replies to your posts. Regardless of those replies, you are 100% welcome to keep playing and posting your ideas. You won't ever be silenced.

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Good Morning everyone!

I would like to take a moment to remind everyone this is a restriction, not a ban. You still get to use your farms if this is passed, it is only closing farm use when the server is at higher capacity, which is where we see the most lag visually. I know this is a touchy subject but this rule is not to ruin anyone's gameplay. It is an attempt to help players in times we see the most lag.
well, it's already ruined my gameplay, which is why I'm not playing as of right now.

How can something that isn't even in effect ruin your game play? This makes no sense.

And even if it does come into effect, you can still do your thing if under 10 ppl are on. And it's only until the next update.

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Luis's test is not a live under-load VC test, so can't be used as a control, but it is an interesting reference evidence. It needs to be considered against anecdotal evidence on the live server in my opinion.

This is indeed not the ultimate solution to the problem, which is why it is written to be a temporary measure. If passed, it will serve as a test to see if it does indeed help make a noticeable dent.

I would agree with this if there was any way to actually use live VC as a test, but that would be incredibly difficult. I'll list the problems I see with using the actual server for data collection.

1. Player amounts go up and down, as well as the amount of strain they're putting on the server.
2. If farms are indeed a cause of the lag, then there could be multiple players on with farms or no players on with farms, skewing the data.
3. How would we even compare the two data sets before and after rule? You cant take a random sample and you cant take and average to compare because of the issues above.

I'm definitely not a stats genius so if those can be solved thats good. In addition the problem with relying on anecdotal evidence is exactly that, its anecdotal. I think placebo would be a very big issue if we're relying on player reports. Survey is also the weakest method of data collection, and thats if its formalized, which it hasn't been.

 I think it would be fantastic if we could use live VC to collect data if we can find a way to mitigate the above problems.

Well, I mean, what better way to test this temporary restriction than to actually have it in effect on the live server? In this case, anecdote is helpful, but I do indeed understand the placebo problem in this case.

My vote is currently an abstain, but I'm leaning towards a yes because I'd like to see if this does get positive results for players. If it doesn't, it's temporary so whatever.

To someone like Octo saying this ruins his gameplay and he doesn't want to "waste his time building a house" or whatever, this is just weird to me. You do you, but how is sitting at a farm fun? I don't get it. And if your farm is harming others' gameplay, do you respect that? Can you try this temporary rule out without quitting altogether?

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Luis's test is not a live under-load VC test, so can't be used as a control, but it is an interesting reference evidence. It needs to be considered against anecdotal evidence on the live server in my opinion.

This is indeed not the ultimate solution to the problem, which is why it is written to be a temporary measure. If passed, it will serve as a test to see if it does indeed help make a noticeable dent.

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Ban/Punishment Appeals / Re: MaltedEmperor Ban Appeal
« on: 26 April 2020, 11:52:44 PM »
upvote for unban

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: What are y'all playing lately?
« on: 26 April 2020, 07:03:52 PM »
Lastly, Golf With Your Friends for hanging out online and chatting and laughing with friends.
I've heard good things about this, but I've seen some say it's quite buggy. Would you recommend it?

It's certainly not buggy at all, let alone quite buggy. Watching people take their shots can be a little out of sync based on what you see vs what they are doing (the game of course accepts their actions as true tho). This could be cleaned up as they patch it. But good game overall, there are no bugs that ruin the experience.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: What are y'all playing lately?
« on: 26 April 2020, 02:26:20 PM »
Beat both Ori and the Blind Forest and the new sequel Ori and the Will of the Wisps, beautiful platformers, very fun.

Frostpunk is a very cool and intense game, you always feel the pressure to do something better, I like how dire it is.

I've also been getting back into Apex too, it's really smooth nowadays with a new map, guns, and characters, good stuff.

Also Blackwake the last few nights has been legendary amounts of fun. So. Fun.

Lastly, Golf With Your Friends for hanging out online and chatting and laughing with friends.
We should play together sometime, I have the last three games you mentioned. Blackwake is stupid amounts of fun hahahah.

I'm down


I've been playing Octopath Traveler, Animal Crossing, and Pokemon Dungeon recently, as well as some Smash every now and then. I'm a big Nintendo fan if you can't tell  :D

Somehow I've never heard of Pokemon Dungeon??

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: What are y'all playing lately?
« on: 26 April 2020, 03:27:59 AM »
Beat both Ori and the Blind Forest and the new sequel Ori and the Will of the Wisps, beautiful platformers, very fun.

Frostpunk is a very cool and intense game, you always feel the pressure to do something better, I like how dire it is.

I've also been getting back into Apex too, it's really smooth nowadays with a new map, guns, and characters, good stuff.

Also Blackwake the last few nights has been legendary amounts of fun. So. Fun.

Lastly, Golf With Your Friends for hanging out online and chatting and laughing with friends.

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Changed the election to end in 3 days instead of 12. If votes are still coming in at a good pace in 4 days, we'll extend it. But it actually seems most people have voted at this point.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Nerf Luis?
« on: 25 April 2020, 03:43:16 AM »
It has come to the attention of many players on the server that Luis is getting to be a bit OP. Pinging him to ask him a question or tell him a problem often leads to an impressive level of random yet useful knowledge and he often has solutions to common problems.

Is he too good? His stats are kinda rigged if we're being honest. It might be time to do something about it.

Please vote now on this important matter.

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Hasnt the idea to reduce pumpkin prices been around for a while?

Yeah some massive market revamp ideas have been around for a while.

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Reports & Grievances / Re: Could I get my village back?
« on: 24 April 2020, 02:50:54 PM »
Cyphur, and anyone else, has every right to use this public board for a grievance.

It does not need to be taken personally. It does not need to be taken as an attack.

This board is here to solve problems and it doesn't mean someone was guilty of doing something wrong. Keep a cool head and deal with any post here rationally, and we'll all get thru it.

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kinda think we should wait but at the same time. a lot of what i've said about this is ignored so i don't care. such a fucking retarded rule anyways.

I can directly quote you to areas where you were not ignored. Your input changed the face of this proposal. To say otherwise is bizarre.


I feel like nobody here bothered to actually read Luis's report, or they did read it and straight up ignored it because they think that they know better. This is a stupid rule, attempts to overregulate and detracts from a minimal staff-regulation experience.

I mean, seriously, this whole proposal is damn insulting when it was found that the fluctuations do not cause any noticeable or significant lag but people decided to ignore his whole investigation. And then there's people cherrypicking what was found. What the fuck? This "bill" is a whole heap of nonsense, it won't fix anything and it seems players are just trying to scapegoat the lag on something I bet not even the proponents understand.

Let me ask you all a very, very fair question. Can any one who is actually for this analyse Luis's write-up and tell me how exactly a ban on farms would help, technically, in absolute terms? I would very much like to see it.

Luis's report is helpful, but you have to consider that:
- It is not a true test of VC under load, (only implementing this rule can do that).
- He found that farms did contribute to TPS fluctuations, though personally disagreed with a rule at the time of writing. He also posited that the TPS fluctuations are likely less than what people tend to assume.


I'm sorry you feel ignored, when I was lagging so bad I couldn't move when this whole debate started I also felt very ignored when trying to find the issue with people. I understand you aren't feeling lag but unfortunately not all of us players have that luxury and if this "retarded rule" helps us a little bit I don't understand why we don't want to sacrifice a little to help the players overall. The rule is if 10 players get on you have to cease use of a farm, and even in our up rate these past few weeks it isn't always 10, usually 7-9 people.

Overall I think the rule is a great compromise, if we want to wait for after CM vote that is fine, but I don't see any reason we have to wait unless someone has a valid reason for waiting.

This is a decent reply, nicely done. I wonder if this rule passes, if you'll notice an improvement.


You all sound so whiny when the rest of the player base clearly experiences this lag when farms are in use. Luis' investigation shows proof that it causes much more fluctuation for 1.14 at these farms, which is what induces the rubber banding that a majority of the community's complaints.

In my opinion, the regulations are very light as I would have liked to see the number of required players to regulate farms drop down lower to around 5. This is an extremely fair compromise and it only lasts till 1.16 AND punishment is very light on offenders. No farms are getting seized or broken the community is just asking these players using these large farms to think about them and quit being so self interested while we try to figure out ways to cut down lag for the time being.

The amount of crying or incessant whining over fucking minecraft farms couldn't be anymore pathetic. I get it, the mind blowing feeling of standing there AFK while you ruin everyone else's experience is just too good to pass up. But please, quit being so selfish and listen to other people's complaints about not being able to play. It's absurd that these AFK players, represented by mostly staff, have gone this long with clear favor while the other players have gotten screwed until someone decided to speak up.

Farms can still be used according to these regulations, it's just asking that large farm users do this at a time where it won't affect every other player. So please, stop whining about it ruining your player experience. We don't care, just as you are constantly ignoring the concerns about our experience being riddled with constant lag, we don't care how much it ruins your fun -- you have already lost that respect.

Not gonna lie, I had a laugh at this rant

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Fair, let's do it!

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shall we put it to a vote then?

The only thing I was wondering is if we should wait for the CM election to end or not?

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One part of the text has been cleaned up, which is that "this rule expires 15 days after VC updates to 1.16" has been changed to "this rule expires 15 days after VC updates to the next major Minecraft version". This change has been made because it was assumed our next major version would be 1.16, so the rule was written like that, but now it's unclear whether it will actually be 1.15 due to a delay in 1.16.

Thus, the final draft of the bill is as follows, and has gained Consent of the Staff to go to an official Parliament Vote.

1) Automatic or Industrialized Farms are not allowed to be used when 10 or more people are online (6 or more for farms involving nether portals).
     (a) Farms have 5 minutes to comply once 10 or more players are online.
     (b) Farms that involve nether portals have 5 minutes to comply once 6 or more players are online.
     (c) Staff may take the following actions:
          - Immediately: a notice to disable,
          - After 5 minutes: a warning and kick if AFK,
          - After 10 minutes: a second warning and a kick.
          - After 15 minutes: a final warning and a kick.
          - After 30 minutes: proceed to regular punishments, and stop the farm if necessary (such as toggling an on-off lever) without physical edits.
     (d) Staff may not take the following action:
          - Physically edit the farm without consent of the owner.

2) Automatic or Industrialized Farms are defined as follows:
     (a) Volume > 4096 (16^3) for a random tick-based farm.
     (b) Entity Count > 256 for a spawner-based farm.
     (c) Volume > 32768 (32^3) for mob spawning-based farm.
     (d) Any Farm that involves sending entities (items or mobs) through nether portals.
          - This class of farm must cease once 6 or more people are online.

3) Exemptions to rules 1 and 2:
     (a) Any farm may be considered exempt of these rules if:
          - A Staff Vote decides unanimously in favour of exemption, or;
          - A simple vote of MPs on the Parliament Board has a majority decide in favour of exemption (official Parliament vote not needed),
          and;
     (b) The farm is ostensibly for the public benefit and is freely available for use by the public.

4) This rule expires fifteen days after VillageCraft updates to the next major Minecraft version.

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Parliament | Suggestions / Re: NOMINATE 6th COMMUNITY MINISTER HERE!
« on: 21 April 2020, 06:39:43 PM »
Parl vote 20 was passed, new CM Guidelines have been adopted. In my opinion this election can occur at any time if nominations have stopped rolling in.

Also, in the past, nominations sometimes still come in during voting, which is fine, they're just at a bit of a disadvantage.

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I propose one more edit to clean things up with new ideas incorporated:

1) Automatic or Industrialized Farms are not allowed to be used when 10 or more people are online (6 or more for farms involving nether portals).
     (a) Farms have 5 minutes to comply once 10 or more players are online.
     (b) Farms that involve nether portals have 5 minutes to comply once 6 or more players are online.
     (c) Staff may take the following actions:
          - Immediately: a notice to disable,
          - After 5 minutes: a warning and kick if AFK,
          - After 10 minutes: a second warning and a kick.
          - After 15 minutes: a final warning and a kick.
          - After 30 minutes: proceed to regular punishments, and stop the farm if necessary (such as toggling an on-off lever) without physical edits.
     (d) Staff may not take the following action:
          - Physically edit the farm without consent of the owner.

2) Automatic or Industrialized Farms are defined as follows:
     (a) Volume > 4096 (16^3) for a random tick-based farm.
     (b) Entity Count > 256 for a spawner-based farm.
     (c) Volume > 32768 (32^3) for mob spawning-based farm.
     (d) Any Farm that involves sending entities (items or mobs) through nether portals.
          - This class of farm must cease once 6 or more people are online.

3) Exemptions to rules 1 and 2:
     (a) Any farm may be considered exempt of these rules if:
          - A Staff Vote decides unanimously in favour of exemption, or;
          - A simple vote of MPs on the Parliament Board has a majority decide in favour of exemption (official Parliament vote not needed),
          and;
     (b) The farm is ostensibly for the public benefit and is freely available for use by the public.

4) This rule expires fifteen days after VillageCraft updates to 1.16

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I propose this minor edit to clean things up:

1) Automatic or Industrialized Farms will no longer be allowed to be used when 10 or more people are online (6 or more for farms involving nether portals).
     (a) Farms have 5 minutes to comply once 10 or more players are online.
     (b) Farms that involve nether portals have 5 minutes to comply once 6 or more players are online.
     (c) Staff may take the following actions:
          - Immediately: a notice to disable,
          - After 5 minutes: a warning and kick if AFK,
          - After 10 minutes: a second warning and a kick.
          - After 15 minutes: a final warning, a kick.
          - After 30 minutes: proceed to regular punishments, and any other necessary intervention to stop the farm.
2) Industrial sized farms are defined as follows:
     (a) Volume > 4096 (16^3) for a random-tick based farm.
     (b) Entity Count > 256 for a spawner based farm.
     (c) Volume > 32768 (32^3) for mob spawning based farm.
     (d) Any Farm that involves sending entites (items or mobs) through nether portals.
          - This class of farm must cease once 6 or more people are online.
3) This rule expires fifteen days after VillageCraft updates to 1.16


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Yes it is indeed. I've reduced the vote length to 24 hours from now. If anyone is against this just say so, otherwise, we'll move on to the CM election soon after.

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NOTICE: To Register for Parliament, post a reply to the thread in this link: http://www.villagecraft-server.com/forum/index.php?topic=22.0

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Parliament Vote #20 - New Community Minister Guidelines

Should we change the Community Minister Guidelines to the text below?

If 'yes' has majority, the guidelines will be updated to the text below.
If 'no' has majority, the text will remain unchanged.

All Members of Parliament may vote.
For the act to pass, a majority of voting MPs must vote in favour.
The poll will run for approximately 4 days, unless there is a clear victor or an ongoing debate, in which case it may be extended or shortened.

If you are indifferent please vote abstain.


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NEW TEXT STARTS HERE:
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Community Minister of VillageCraft:
The Community Minister (CM) is an elected position.
VillageCraft's CM organizes in-game events as well as represents the players by organizing votes for the VC Parliament.
The current Community Minister of VillageCraft is TheLegend12369.

Quick-Read Version:
A - The CM is elected to run Community Events and Parliament Vote Initiatives.
B - Elections occur by request only. Any MP may request a new election at any time. Any MP may nominate candidates and run in the CM election.
C - The CM is given powers to run Events, and may appoint a CM Team to help.
D - CM Parliament Vote Initiatives allow MPs to start Parliament Votes.
E - The CM has server permissions, a tag, and receives compensation.

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VillageCraft Community Minister Official Guidelines:
All nominations, signatures, and elections take place on the Parliament Board of the VC Forums, and all participants must be Members of Parliament.

A
Roles:
1. Event Organizer
The CM serves as a community event organizer on VC. The CM's goal shall be to create and run events to help bring the community together to have fun and make the server a better place to play. This could include building competitions, PVP matches, elytra races, and anything else to get players involved. The CM will run the events, but will work with the Staff to make sure the event is possible before organizing it.

2. Parliament Organizer
The CM will represent the players' interests by organizing votes in the VillageCraft Parliament. The CM can collect signatures from the MPs that can trigger a CM Parliament Vote Initiative to take place. Details below in Section D.


B
Election Process:
CM Elections are triggered by player request. Elections can be requested at any time. CMs serve until a new election occurs.

1. Election Request
i. If a CM has been serving for less than 2 months, an election will be triggered when:
- 5 players who are MPs request a new election, and;
- 1 Staff member requests a new election.

ii. If a CM has been serving for 2 months or more, an election will be triggered when:
- 3 players who are MPs request a new election. This can be done anonymously (method pending).

iii. Election requests during the first 2 months of a term expire once the first 2 months of the term is reached. Each further request expires after 1 month.

2. Candidate Nominations
i. CM candidates will be placed on the election ballot with:
- 3 nominations (including the candidate themselves), and;
- A declaration they want to run.

ii. The nomination process ends and proceeds to an election when there are at least 2 candidates and no more nominations are coming in.

3. Election
i. The CM election between all nominated candidates uses the Approval voting method, where voters approve all candidates they feel would be good in the role. If there is a winner, they are offered to become the new Community Minister.

ii. If there is a tie for winner, a First-Past-The-Post election ballot between the tied winners will determine the final winner, where voters make only 1 choice. Further ties will be resolved with a random number generator.

4. Term Begins
i. The new CM term begins within 15 days of the election result, on a day chosen by the election winner.

ii. The previous CM is removed as the new CM's term begins.


C
Events and CM Team:
The CM organizes and runs community events, and is given permissions to do so. The CM can appoint a CM Team to help.

1. Event Organization
i. The CM runs community events open to VC players. The CM determines prizes, refereeing, and judging of competitions. Some aspects may require Staff approval and assistance. The CM can post a Schedule and coordinate with Staff to advertise events.

ii. The CM can be given server permissions to make their job easier and more efficient. These shall be determined by the Staff.

2. Community Minister Team
i. The CM can appoint a team at their choosing. Up to 3 members of the team can receive extra server permissions to help the CM with their events, pending Staff approval.

ii. CM Team members are not offered compensation or a tag.


D
Parliament Vote Initiative Process:
The CM is given local moderator status on the VC Forum Parliament Board, and can gather player signatures to trigger Parliament votes. The following process can be followed, in order, to start a Parliament vote.

1. Gather Player Signatures and Staff Sponsorship
i. 5 signatures from players who want to propose a discussion and vote take place on a specific initiative. The players must be MPs, and must not be Staff or the CM.

ii. 1 signature from a member of Staff who is willing to help implement the initiative if successful.

2. Parliament Discussion
i. The CM shall create a Parliament Forum thread, announcing the proposal, the signatures, and the Staff sponsorship. The thread shall include the first draft of the text to be put to vote.

ii. Based on feedback from players and Staff, the text may be updated and improved upon.

iii. Given enough interest, the final version of the text can be clearly written and delivered to the VC Staff.

3. Consent of the Staff
i. The final text of the initiative must be approved by 3 Staff members based solely on feasibility, viability, and ability to implement the initiative if successful. This shall not be based on personal approval or disapproval.

ii. In the case where a System Admin must be involved in the implementation, Consent of at least 1 must be gained.

iii. If there is genuine reasonable disapproval from a Staff member, the proposal may be put to Staff vote. If it fails, and/or if needed, Staff may request a rewrite of the initiative before they give consent, in which case the process returns to Stage "2. ii."

iv. If Consent of the Staff has been given, the Staff shall inform the Parliament in the relevant forum thread. The initiative can then proceed to an official Parliament Vote.

4. CM Initiative Parliament Vote
i. This is an official and binding Parliament Vote. The final text of the initiative shall be displayed for MPs to vote on. The MPs shall be given clear voting choices, as well as the option to abstain.

ii. The vote shall run for an initial 5 days. The vote may be shortened by 2 days if the decision is overwhelmingly one-sided. The vote may be extended several times if there is ongoing discussion or votes are still coming in to allow everyone a chance to participate.

iii. At the conclusion of the vote, the results shall be published. If it was successful, the VC Staff will move to implement it as soon as possible, and will announce when they do.


E
Privileges, Compensation, and Emergency Removal:
Privileges:
1. The CM will have the ability to talk directly to Staff about potential community events and CM Parliament Vote Initiatives.
2. The Community Minister will be given server powers to run community events and CM Parliament Vote Initiatives.
3. The CM will be a local Forum Moderator for the Parliament Board.
4. The CM will have an in-game [CM] tag in front of their name.

Compensation:
5. The CM will be paid $250,000 VC Dollars every 2 months if their mandate was met.

Emergency Removal:
6. The CM can be removed at any time by Staff Vote if there is evidence that they have abused their position or privileges.


All nominations, signatures, and elections take place on the Parliament Board of the VC Forums, and all participants must be Members of Parliament.

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PAST CMs
Term 1 - Shensley
Term 2 - Lividup64
Term 3 - Frogster18
Term 4 - Hobbes13

CURRENT CM
Term 5 - TheLegend12369

NEW! The election of the 5th CM has finished! Legend is the new CM!

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^ NEW TEXT ENDS. ^
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Please vote now.
Discuss here or review the discussion threads:
http://www.villagecraft-server.com/forum/index.php?topic=5068.0
http://www.villagecraft-server.com/forum/index.php?topic=5057.0

The old guidelines can be reviewed here:
http://www.villagecraft-server.com/forum/index.php?topic=4143.0

NOTICE: To Register for Parliament, post a reply to the thread in this link: http://www.villagecraft-server.com/forum/index.php?topic=22.0

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