Community Charter Management

[Charter C, Sub 1.]

  1. There shall be a charter, and it’s length of effect shall be ALL servers/networks with our community on/in/active in said quadrants – this charter will also be fully in effect at any community driven event, as well.
  2. New Rules or Policies can be proposed in the “Community Chambers” [and implemented after a majority vote in favor by community members during a public vote & preset duration of time for the vote to take place]. A majority vote in favor constitutes passage of the change. Double votes (if any) are to be weeded out and not counted by Administration.
  3. New rules or policies can be proposed [and implemented after a majority vote in favor, by members of the Administrative Council]. A majority vote in favor constitutes passage of the change. Double votes (if any) are to be weeded out and not counted by Administration.
  4. If a rule is deemed inappropriate, or otherwise not tenable – It shall be put to a vote – either by Administrative Council or the member-base whether to continue enforcement and/or implementation of the rule(s) in question.
  5. If a rule is ever struck down: it is to be kept (in it’s entirety) in the charter – with a strikethrough (example) running through all text of the invalid rule, which shall be indicative of outdated/obsolete rulesets and policies no longer in effect.
  6. Any changes to the charter, or any legitimate regulatory charter or document relevant to this community or administration shall be documented in the “Community-Chambers” for public review.
  7. Administration may designate an ‘Administrative area” in any location where the administrator legally has the right to do so within the timeframe of the administrative area’s existence. (an example of this would be the privatization of a green-room/backstage area – at a concert.) Entering an Administrative area without proper clearance is a class 2 infraction.

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