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Offline Delfos

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Museum of Taijitu and Nation States History
« on: June 12, 2014, 09:21:19 PM »
This post has the intention to start a more serious and conceptual discussion for the idea of turning the region into a museum, giving us something to do meanwhile.

I'll go fetch some of the posts in RMB as background:
New Delfos: Museum of Taijitu and Nation States History
New Delfos: I know you're in retirement but this isn't summer camp.
Al Khem: No this is a museum. Entirely different.
New Delfos: exactly, I even propose there to be the absolute change from region to museum, featuring the history of not only the region but also other regions.
Lapeirousia: You mean like Nasicournia ?
New Delfos: Nope
Al Khem: I personally support the museuming of Taijitu.
New Delfos: This isn't about Welsh Corgi or being Delegate. Hell, why not Welsh Corgi for Museum Director of Administrative services?
Delegate - Board of Directors
| Administrative Services - Security & Maintenance - Technical Services
We could then curate exhibitions on other regions as well, have a program for extinct regions and other for Education of existing ones.
The Kumquat Fairy: That could work. Anything would be better than this :P (...)
New Delfos: Hey Grand Funkiness, what do you think of turning Taijitu into a museum?
Poliz: We should devote an entire wing to Taijitu's Golden Age.
That is, my short but glorious reign! The truth needs to shine through, past the prevailing reactionary dogma!
Sovereign Dixie: A wing dedicated to the Golden Age? Why thank you! I'm flattered ;)
New Delfos: lol I'm sure the tyranny of SD's reign will have it's own chapter.

So I sent this telegram even longer ago explaining how this could be molded into our current system:
Delegate-Board of Directors
|\| (former Senate)
|- Administrative Services
| (former Minister of Internal Affairs)
|- Security & Maintenance
| (former Minister of Defense)
|- Technical Services
| (other former cabinets)
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|- Human Resources|- Vigilance|- Collection Management
|- Public Relations|- Maintenance|- Inventory & Research
(former Foreign Affairs)(this two might be the same)|- Education & Communication
|- Conservation and Restoration
(this last one might be pointless)

We could then curate exhibitions on other regions as well, have a program for extinct regions and other for Education of existing ones.

IF WE HAD/WANT ECONOMY: We could also initiate that market system we had, money for posts, idk if we could differ from each section so that the games subforum wouldn't be spammed to hell as it was back in those days we received per post. We could sell tickets for people to visit our museum, pay curators and researchers and they could spend money on the tavern, maybe even creating new jobs outside the museum spectrum.

So discuss, what do you think about this? stupid? too complicated? How would you do it? Is it something you'd participate? If so what would you participate with?

Offline Sovereign Dixie

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Re: Museum of Taijitu and Nation States History
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2014, 09:30:53 PM »
I like the idea of a museum, it is a unique idea, so far as I know. Especially from the context of being maybe the game's "historians" or something along those lines. But would be a good bit of work. NS has a looooong history lol


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Re: Museum of Taijitu and Nation States History
« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2014, 09:34:10 PM »
That's one of the main PROs, we'd have things to do that we or others might enjoy. There's plenty of extinct regions and regions that would benefit of people researching it's history and displaying it, our monthly updates could turn into the museum's magazine captivating people to read about regions, delegates, World Assembly, who knows.

Offline Sovereign Dixie

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Re: Museum of Taijitu and Nation States History
« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2014, 09:39:07 PM »
The idea definitely has merit. If there are enough ppl willing to work on it, all the things to do in the world don't matter if no one wants to do them.

That's not to sound pessimistic, mind you, just realistic.