sanc·tion noun \ˈsaŋ(k)-shən\ :the detriment, loss of reward, or coercive intervention annexed to a violation of a law as a means of enforcing the law1.
In an announcement posted today on the Society Seneschal’s web page, the Office of the Society Seneschal, which has been working on this project for over a year, is making it’s new proposed Sanction Guide available for review by the populace and is requesting commentary on it. In addition to the new guide, a set of proposed changes to Society Law (Corpora) that are required to support the new Sanction Guide are also available. Copies of these two documents have been made available on the society seneschal’s webpage. The announcement reminded readers that these are a matched pair, and neither one should be reviewed in a vacuum. Members may also request a hard copy of these changes by mail or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading »