As seen in June and July of this year, but also in November and December of 2003, the ruleset adoption, and particularily the constitution, of the new demogames is always very problematic, and it is getting worse every time we try to make it better. This time, it even led to what I call a "constitutionnal débacle". This is what I propose: let's make our constitution (for DG6) ready and tuned, while the game is in motion. This will allow us to get rid of the traditionnal two months of moot time between the demogames, and will provide us with better, cleaner, and smarter documents. Obviously, the point of the whole thing is to get advice from the whole citizenry, and to have time to get the suggestions included. For those that might ask the question, even if I didn't take part at all in the writing of any kind of rule for the past or current demogames, I am willing to take all the time required to write all the ruleset, considering the citizen's propositions, and to amend them at will untill we come with a satisfying document. By the way, any imput, propositions or relevant text/jurisprudence/advice is more than welcome.