πŸ§˜β€β™‚οΈCode of Honor

We abide by the following commandments:

  1. Bring stability to the world.

  2. Refrain from bringing instability to the world.

  3. Do not free-ride on the work of other members.

  4. Do not seek rent.

  5. Protect the order's endeavors from free-riders.

  6. Protect the world from rent-seekers.

The last four commandments are corollaries of the first two, for free-riding and rent-seeking are primary causes of instability in the world.

The Task Assignment Corollary: a Guideline

  • Whenever there is a task to be done and two or more people are interested in being assigned to the task, the more senior member of The Stable Order, as measured by CAT balance, has higher priority.

    • Otherwise, if the task were assigned to a more junior (or even new) member, this could be considered a case of the junior member free-riding on the work of the senior members.

  • Conversely, senior members should not unreasonably block the assignment of tasks to junior members, especially if junior members are able to execute the task sooner or at lower cost.

    • Otherwise, this could be considered a case of rent-seeking by the senior members.

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