The Robloxian Film & Television Omnibus Package

PASSED ON 3-31-18

Today the RFTW administration just passed a gigantic piece of legislation meant to correct long-neglected problems within the structure of our wiki. Our first omnibus package contains 16 pieces of legislation that are meant to ensure that the RFTW continues to honor our commitments and our mission objectives.
This bill consists of several chunks of legislation that are meant to fix structural problems within the RFTW and RTFA. If this omnibus package is passed, it will enact several major changes meant to correct major structural problems currently present on the wiki that need to be addressed. Inside this package contains the following proposals:
New User Rights such as the "Right to Personal Enterprise", "Right to Propose Legislation", and "Right to Implicit Rights"
Renaming "Stealing Content" to "Plagiarism" and adding new language to the Plagiarism Rule for dealing with RTV content.
Renaming "Proposing Legislation" to "Voting Procedures" and Rename the page "Administrators" to "Administration"
Dealing with Delays from Approved Legislation that isn't Enacted & Formalizing Legislation Completions
New Basic Rule against Violating Rulings and corrections related to Administrator Abuse and punishment timing.
.Adding updated language for the RFTA and for Users in "Voting Procedures" and Explaining Tie Votes from Legislation
New Legislation Section for Failed Bills and Deadlocked Bills
Clarification on Legislation Names for the Bill Archival System
Procedures on Dealing with Outstanding Pieces of Legislation
Officially sanctioning the RFTA to create a new Ratings System for the RFTW
Approving Two Tweets for the RFTA Twitter Account regarding ro-TV's business practices
Adding new section to the RFTA about appointing a special council
Authorizing the RFTA to develop a new RTV service for the Wiki Community with oversight
New Function for the RFTA for YouTube service listings for RFTW members
New Function for the RFTA for validating contractual agreements.
Discussions Moderator responsibilities for reviewing Public Legislation
If passed, the Bureaucrat (DonValuta) will enact these changes as soon as possible.

SECTION 1: NEW USER RIGHTS The RFTW Community was built on the foundation of adding more rights and freedom to our users. This section of the Omnibus bill officially grants two new rights to the community. Below are the texts for all rights that will be added if the bill passes.
RIGHT TO PERSONAL ENTERPRISE: All RFTW Users have the right to conduct their personal businesses and oversee their creative content in any manner that they choose which does not violate wiki rules. This includes the right to make deals with other RFTW users, the right to produce their own creations, the right to hire or fire their employees, and the right to responsibly grow their business all without the fear of unjustifiable condemnation from the wiki administration. All RFTW Users have the right to control their personal creative content that is leased to other members within the confines of a contractual agreement. The lack of a contract thereof does not open the doors to unlimited exploitation of said user's content by a third party. Any contractual violation that goes against wiki rules will be dealt with as a normal offense.
RIGHT TO PROPOSE LEGISLATION: All RFTW Users have the right to propose any piece of legislation that they desire to the RFTW Administration, or the RFTA Boardmembers. Any piece of legislation proposed to the wiki administration must first be reviewed by the Discussions Moderator for consideration and language corrections. Any piece of legislation proposed to the RFTA board as a whole must first be reviewed by the Chairman. Any piece of legislation that an RFTW user feels was unfairly rejected may launch a community audit to either challenge the rejection, or challenge language corrections made by the Discussions Moderator.
RIGHT TO IMPLICIT RIGHTS: All RFTW rights listed on the Rules and Conditions page are categorized as explicit rights on the RFTW community pages. However, these do not exclude implicit rights that may not be defined within the respective definitions for each user right listed. Unlisted and Implicit rights are weaker compared to explicit rights, but are judicable and defendable rights that the wiki administration must consider when dealing with issues relating to user rights.
SECTION 2: Fixing Plagiarism Language The RFTW Community stands firmly against plagiarism and stealing another RFTW user's content. This section deals with changes regarding this section of the Rules and Conditions page.
CRITICAL RULES, Rule 3: "Stealing Content" will be renamed Rule 3: "Plagiarism"
The following new language will be added to the section:
"This rule prevents RFTW users from stealing another user's RFTW content and either releasing said content onto their own platforms or the hostile takeover of another user's intellectual property for themselves without proper accreditation to the original owners. Th"is rule also includes the holding of another RFTW user's creative content against their expressive desires validated either by an validated contractual agreement or the ruling of the RFTA."
SECTION 3: Renaming "Proposing Legislation" to "Voting Procedures" The following section is a simple rename of the Proposing Legislation subsection of the Administrators page.
-"Proposing Legislation" will be renamed to "Voting Procedures" -"Administrators" will be renamed to "Administration"
SECTION 4: Delays between Approved Legislation to Enacted Legislation This section will add some clarification and procedures for managing delays in enacting legislation.
-New subsection for "Administrator Voting" will add "Approved Legislation" and "Enacted Legislation" definitions under a new subsection called "Procedural Steps"
Approved Legislation is a piece of legislation that was officially passed by the RFTW or RFTA administration. This means a majority voted to approve the legislation in order to enact the legislation into law.
Enacted Legislation is a piece of legislation that was approved and officially installed in its respective place within the RFTW community by the assigned user who was charged with its enactment.
Documented Legislation is when legislation that was passed and enacted is posted to the community and archived on the respective Legislation History page. A piece of legislation can only be documented if it is officially enacted.
Step 1: Propose Legislation
Step 2: Approve Legislation
Step 3: Enact Legislation
Step 4: Document Legislation
-New subsection for "Administrator Voting" called "Legislation Completion"
Legislation that is officially Approved by the RFTW or the RFTA is now ready to be enacted.
Within legislation contains what member of the administration or community is enacting the piece of legislation and the timeframe to do so.
All pieces of legislation that are approved must be enacted otherwise it's a rule violation.
Once a piece of legislation is documented, no changes may be made to the respective pages that bill may cover. All corrections must be made before the legislation is posted.
SECTION 5: Enacted Legislation Violations This section deals with officially condemning RFTW users who fail to enact the respective rulings of the RFTA or the RFTW administrators.
OFFENSES-Basic Rule Violations will add a Warning to the 15th Offense
15th Offense: Warning + Lifetime Ban
OFFENSES-Critical Rule Violations will be expanded from 6 offenses to 10 offenses as follows
1st Offense: Warning + 1 Day Ban
2nd Offense: Warning + 3 Day Ban
3rd Offense: Warning + 5 Day Ban
4th Offense: Warning + Week Ban
5th Offense: Warning + 2 Week Ban
6th Offense: Warning + Month Ban
7th Offense: Warning + 3 Month Ban
8th Offense: Warning + 6 Month Ban
9th Offense: Warning + Year Ban
10th Offense: Warning + Lifetime Ban
BASIC RULE #7: Violating Rulings This rule prevents RFTW users from disregarding rulings made by the RFTW administration or the RFTA agency board. The rulings of the RFTA and RFTW carry the full force of wiki law behind them, and violating the terms of these rulings is therefore punishable as a rule violation. As all other laws, any person punished by this rule can appeal to a community audit to challenge the ruling. The offense related to this is Ruling Violation.
CRITICAL RULE 4: ABUSE OF POWER "This rule prevents any RFTW administrator or RFTA board-member from going outside the boundaries of the rules and Administrator guidelines without facing severe punishment from the Bureaucrat, the other administrators, or the community. This includes improper user bans, failure to enact legislation approved by the administration, not following the official wiki laws, or any offense not listed that would qualify for wikia punishment. The offense related to this is Admin Abuse.
SECTION 6: Voting Procedures Language The following language will be added in the Voting Procedures section regarding Tie Voting and the RFTA.
Voting Procedures RFTA boardmembers, RFTW administrators, and all RFTW users have the right to propose legislation to the RFTA or RFTW administration for approval. The following procedures occur when submitting legislation for voting.
1. Legislation is officially introduced to the RFTW or RFTA members.
Title of the Legislation
What the legislation is supposed to do.
Why the legislation is needed.
Full text of wording changes if the legislation changes text content
Who will enact the legislation.
When that person will enact it.
2. RFTA or RFTW members discuss the legislation
Amendment to the Legislation are added by majority vote.
3. RFTA or RFTW members officially vote on the legislation for approval.
50% or more support is needed to approve a proposal
Approval Votes will count for passing the proposal.
Disapproval Votes will count against passing the proposal.
Neutral/Abstain Votes will reduce the voting body of eligible voters.
4. Results are tallied by any member of the RFTW or RFTA for a final result once the 50% threshold is reached.
People cannot change their vote after this tally
People cannot add their vote afterwards if they didn't before this tally.
Tie votes which occur must be moved to a vote on its archival in Legislation History within 12 hours.
Administrator discussions should be recorded in some form or another and broadcast to the public. The only times that transparency may be denied is if the discussions center around strategic wikia security. A vote must be proposed before discussions can be closed to the public and they must include a timetable for re-opening public viewing.
The RFTA board-members follow the voting rules of the RFTW administration and vote within the RFTW administration capacity. Any legislation proposed by the RFTA is equal to any piece of legislation proposed by the RFTW. The only exception is majority-votes in the RFTA for social media postings, and contractual validations, as well as assigning video ratings.
SECTION 7: Failed Legislation and Deadlocked Legislation This section will add a new section to the Legislation History for "Failed Legislation" and "Deadlocked Legislation" and their definitions.
CODE SYMBOLS
FL: Failed Legislation
DL: Deadlocked Legislation
SECTION 8: Legislation Names This section will add a new subsection for "Voting Procedures" dedicated to legislation titles
LEGISLATION TITLES Below are titles used to define pieces of legislation proposed to the RFTW or the RFTA committees. These definitions are flexible and are not enforced, but recommended.
Bill: A normal piece of legislation that corrects a minor issue.
Act: A medium piece of legislation that encompasses a major issue.
Resolution: A special piece of legislation dealing with critical issues usually regarding security.
Omnibus: A gigantic piece of legislation encompassing a variety of issues within a single piece of legislation.
Repeal: A special piece of legislation that is created to repeal a previously passed piece of legislation. Usually titled "Repeal of..."
Legislation Sequels must use Roman Numerals at the End of the Title (ex: The Bill Act II)
SECTION 9: Outstanding Legislation This section deals with pieces of legislation that were deadlocked or had an unusually long enactment time-frame.
New subsection under "Administrator Voting": "Outstanding Legislation" Legislation is considered Outstanding when a bill was officially deadlocked with a tie vote, the voting process is taking a long time to complete, or the enactment time-frame of a bill was so long there is a reasonable suspicion the bill may be forgotten by the time the time-frame approaches. Depending on what caused the legislation to be outstanding, the following things must occur: 1. If the legislation was deadlocked with a tie vote, the RFTA or the RFTW must re-vote on it in order for it to be archived on the Legislation History as a tie. 2. If the legislation never completed the voting process, no new legislation can be considered until that process is completed. 3. If the time-frame of a bill never draws any closer, progress updates dry up, or circumstances change, after 1 week from approval, a new round of voting must take place for the same bill to correct the time-frame.
SECTION 10: RFTA Ratings System This section officially authorizes the RFTA to appoint Typolous to create a new ratings system for the RFTW wiki.
SECTION 11: RFTA Tweets This section authorized the RFTA to release two tweets to the RFTA Twitter account which regarded ro-TV's recent attacks on Hexahedron and JTV Networks.
SECTION 12: Special Counsel This section authorizes the RFTA the power to appoint a special counsel headed by any RFTW user of their choice in order to conduct in-depth investigations of issues relating to the RFTW community.
A new function for the RFTA will be added to its respective page on the wiki: "Retain the ability to appoint a special counsel to conduct in-depth investigations regarding matters of concern to the RFTW community"
SECTION 13: RTV Channels This section authorizes the RFTA Chairman to officially deal on behalf of the RFTA to different service providers who want to have an exclusive endorsement from the RFTA for hosting all RFTW users on their service platforms. This includes the implicit right for the Chairman to decide that the RFTA will construct their own service provider.
SECTION 14: YouTube Service Listings This section allows the RFTA to develop a manner in which every RFTW user's YouTube, Twitch, or other video-hosting channel can be listed for public access through the RFTW wiki.
A new function for the RFTA will be added to its respective page on the wiki: "Construct faster ways to access RFTW users' content distribution platforms"
SECTION 15: Validating Agreements This section allows the RFTA to have the power to provide validation to RFTW community contractual agreements that are brought to the attention of the board, as well as their public documentation.
A new function for the RFTA will be added to its respective page on the wiki: "Notarize contractual agreements brought forth to the committee with the power to enforce them on all parties involved"
Authorizes the creation at any time a "Contracts" page on the RFTW.
SECTION 16: New Discussions Moderator Responsibilities This section adds new discussion moderator responsibilities regarding the right for the public to propose legislation.
ADMINISTRATIOR POWERS-Discussions Moderator
Determine if legislation proposed by a non-admin can correctly qualify for a vote in the RFTW"

DonValuta: Yay
JohnCena2305alt1: Yay
Buddbudd222: Yay
Overwxtched: Didn't Vote
MightyPGK: Didn't Vote