Add a keyword, “Tag”:
A Post may have any number of tags applied to it using the WordPress interface. A Rule may have any number of tags applied to it. Rule tags are represented by appending to their title a comma-separated list of such tags, enclosed in square brackets.
Add a keyword, “Introduction”:
The introduction of a rule is the part of that rule’s text before any subrules.
Amend the Votable Matters Rule “Tags” so that it reads:
Votable Matters must have the tag/s “Core”, “Special Case” and/or “Appendix” to amend the Core Rules, the Special Case Rules and/or the Appendix, respectively.
Votable Matters other than [[#Victory and Ascension|DoVs]] require the tag “Victory” in order to grant victory to a Designer.
Amend the last two bullet points of the rule “Names” so they read:
- When referring to a Proposal, the name used in reference to a specific Proposal may be simplified by not including any valid representation of a tag or tags. i.e. a Proposal named “Changes [Core]” could instead be referred to by the name “Changes”.
- When referring to a Rule, the name used in reference to a specific Rule may be simplified by not including any valid representation of a tag or tags, and, in the case of Special Case Rules, any asterisks, as long as such a reference would be unambiguous.
Amend the first paragraph of the rule “Special Case” so that it reads:
Special Case Rules can be Active or Inactive. A Special Case Rule should be tagged with its status. Otherwise, its status is its Default Status.
Add a rule, “Tags Stopgap”, replacing CURRENTTIME with the time this Proposal is Enacted:
If an open Votable Matter posted before CURRENTTIME has, in its title, any of the strings “[Core]”, “[Special Case]”, “[Appendix]” or “[Victory]”, then those strings are considered to be valid representations of the tags “Core”, “Special Case”, “Appendix” or “Victory”, respectively. If no such Votable Matters exist, repeal this rule.