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The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update, 2020-07-05


The Vice Delegate's Weekly Update



Office of the Vice Delegate
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Week 9 Update
5 July 2020

Well as you all know, Artemis will be taking some time off to ride out the dreaded coronavirus. All of us in the Security Council wish him well and hope that not having to track all these endorsements will give him plenty of time to rest and recharge. This is not a walk in the park, so we'll keep him in our thoughts and welcome him back when he's feeling better and able to start poking his head in the game again. We thank you for your patience as we give him this necessary space and help him with the duties that need to be done while he's gone.

The snapshot for the current state of endorsements is above. The decline in overall endorsements is still fairly steep, but before we can get that dramatically changed we need to mind the gap between first and second. The gap between Prydania and Artemis is still not very robust, and is still only about the same distance it was last week. We will need to keep Prydania's number climbing, at the same time we deal with the shedding of WA nations, and that's going to be a challenge for a while yet. On another note, I hope that our new tracking of RMB posts encourages more frequent engagement between the SC and the gameside community, so I will personally hope to see those numbers climb in the weeks ahead. It takes time to build new habits though, so don't fret too much yet. Also, note the addition, as promised, of the influence rank.

I don't know how long I'll be here doing these, but no matter who is, keep on endotarting, keep on encouraging your fellow TNPers to do the same, and keep your eyes peeled for the next update.

-Pallaith

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