But this means that the GM can't preprocess Times submissions, which
makes the turnaround time for the turn longer.
Scott Turner writes:
> Unless I'm missing something, Times posts can already be
> authenticated. If you care to sign your name to your posts, people
> can certainly e-mail you and ask "was that really you?", at which
> point you can authenticate the message.
This isn't the same. You could post a message, and then deny posting
it, and thus create a disinformation campaign against yourself, to
garner sympathy or to falsify a causus belli.
Now this sounds like great fun, but it don't sound like authenticated
It seems to me that there already is a mechanism for character-authenticated
messages, namely the MESSAGE command, which also preserves the
anonymity of the faction, and player. Perhaps we could add a MESSAGE
ALL capability. And by the way, may I suggest an ENDMESSAGE command?
This will greatly reduce the number of errors in use of message it
seems to me, versus line counting.
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