enginerd Posted April 13, 2017 Report Share Posted April 13, 2017 This recent pair of rulebook updates (window film / X-bar clarification) were published, and it looks like both of them will be revised. This is obviously a situation we would like to avoid. A logical solution to this would be to form a small committee of detail oriented members (engineers / grammar nerds / etc.) to proofread any new changes to the rulebook to make sure that the new rule or rule change is being clearly and completely conveyed. The committee wouldn't make or change any rules, they would just make sure that the wording and intent of any new change is clear and professional. With this extra layer, once a rule is released it won't need to be re-released a week later. Those are my thoughts... I decided it would be more productive to come up with a potential solution than just sit back and say "the wording in that new rule is unclear!" 9 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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