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# Add the following to Rule #11: "In case there are differences between the decision of moderators, the decision should be made according to previous cases stated in the Criminal Code. In case no similar previou case is found, the decision shall be made by voting. Moderators and users who are part of the case (except the accused user) have the right to vote."
 
# Add the following to Rule #11: "In case there are differences between the decision of moderators, the decision should be made according to previous cases stated in the Criminal Code. In case no similar previou case is found, the decision shall be made by voting. Moderators and users who are part of the case (except the accused user) have the right to vote."
 
# Add a section in the Criminal Code with example(s) of ban/jail cases.
 
# Add a section in the Criminal Code with example(s) of ban/jail cases.
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# Add [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parole Parole] ([https://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%81%87%E9%87%8A zh]) (See below)
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# Add <code>/mute</code> as part of jailing, allowing moderators with <code>kick</code> priviledge to mute users who are serving their sentence (incl. parole).
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=== In-game Parole ===
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IRL, parole is the early release of prisioners under certain conditions, and people serving parole are still considered serving their sentence. In game, this can be simplified by giving jailed users access to more resources in an isolated area and allowing users to leave jail for a certain amount of time, under the following conditions:
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* Users serving parole should stay in the parole area when moderators (users with <code>kick</code> privilege) are not online, and they are allowed to leave the parole area for 15 minutes every 30-minute-period. This can be enforced by setting the parole area.
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* Users serving parole should not do anything against the rules.
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* Users serving parole have access to more resources (incl. more items, lighter sentence, and larger area) than in jail, but the parole area should still be isolated.
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* Users serving parole have the right to apply to leave jail after spending 7 days in parole without criminal record.
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Additionally:
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* any moderator can send jailed users to parole, if the moderator believes that the jailed user behaves well.
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* a special area should be built for users serving parole.

Revision as of 19:46, 11 September 2019

Ywang is a user on this server who lives somewhere (Where?) at the south of the map. He is also the founder of Crossroads and Crossroads Transport.

Proposals

Uranium Tunnel

Ywang is currently considering about putting some uranium blocks in some places along railway lines, especially railway tunnels, to stop users from entering tunnels:

First, there are always those who don't listen. They refuse to accept things that are new to them, and they refuse to change what they believe unless they are forced to. I have seen such people IRL - they deny anything that they think is wrong, even facts. With their luck, they would never believe that they can die in railway area, and they would always question the rule "Do not enter tunnels."

Second, entering railway tunnels is against the rules, and helping those who are killed by trains would only help them ocntinue to be against the rules. They understand that they can be killed by trains, but all they need to do after being killed would simply be saying "can u pls help me find my items" - and then they can pretend as if nothing happened. Helping them would, instead of stopping them from entering tunnels, only make them enter tunnels again, especially when their satiation value is low and they don't have food - if they die their satiation value would be restored to 20/30. Instead, with uranium inside tunnels, everyone who knows about it would know not to enter tunnels, and without help to get items back, users who are kiled by trains would be fully aware that trains can kill.

Third, those who aren't killed by trains would be killed by uranium. They would have to go to tunnel sections without uranium radiation. This couldn't last long, because trains would come at any time.

I do understand those who consider radioactive tunnels as death trap. However, since trains (that also kill uesrs) also kill users and users are warned about this, signs can also be placed along railway stations, saying "Do not enter tunnels. You will be killed by radiation." Also, for users who do not enter railway tunnels or only enter them on a train, this would not be deadly, and passengers would be able to heal themselves after the leaving the radioactive zone, which is only a small part of the tunnel.

For the safety of railway workers, constructors can be used to place/remove the uranium blocks before/after railway maintenance.

At the moment, this project is suspended due to public concern and safety reasons.

Changes to Rules

Ywang currently proposes the following changes to the Server Rules:

  1. Add the following to Rule #11: "In case there are differences between the decision of moderators, the decision should be made according to previous cases stated in the Criminal Code. In case no similar previou case is found, the decision shall be made by voting. Moderators and users who are part of the case (except the accused user) have the right to vote."
  2. Add a section in the Criminal Code with example(s) of ban/jail cases.
  3. Add Parole (zh) (See below)
  4. Add /mute as part of jailing, allowing moderators with kick priviledge to mute users who are serving their sentence (incl. parole).

In-game Parole

IRL, parole is the early release of prisioners under certain conditions, and people serving parole are still considered serving their sentence. In game, this can be simplified by giving jailed users access to more resources in an isolated area and allowing users to leave jail for a certain amount of time, under the following conditions:

  • Users serving parole should stay in the parole area when moderators (users with kick privilege) are not online, and they are allowed to leave the parole area for 15 minutes every 30-minute-period. This can be enforced by setting the parole area.
  • Users serving parole should not do anything against the rules.
  • Users serving parole have access to more resources (incl. more items, lighter sentence, and larger area) than in jail, but the parole area should still be isolated.
  • Users serving parole have the right to apply to leave jail after spending 7 days in parole without criminal record.

Additionally:

  • any moderator can send jailed users to parole, if the moderator believes that the jailed user behaves well.
  • a special area should be built for users serving parole.