Enum pallet_elections_phragmen::pallet::Event[][src]

pub enum Event<T: Config> {
    NewTerm {
        new_members: Vec<(<T as Config>::AccountId, <<T as Config>::Currency as Currency<<T as Config>::AccountId>>::Balance)>,
    },
    EmptyTerm,
    ElectionError,
    MemberKicked {
        member: <T as Config>::AccountId,
    },
    Renounced {
        candidate: <T as Config>::AccountId,
    },
    CandidateSlashed {
        candidate: <T as Config>::AccountId,
        amount: <<T as Config>::Currency as Currency<<T as Config>::AccountId>>::Balance,
    },
    SeatHolderSlashed {
        seat_holder: <T as Config>::AccountId,
        amount: <<T as Config>::Currency as Currency<<T as Config>::AccountId>>::Balance,
    },
    // some variants omitted
}
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The event emitted by this pallet.

Variants

NewTerm

Fields

new_members: Vec<(<T as Config>::AccountId, <<T as Config>::Currency as Currency<<T as Config>::AccountId>>::Balance)>

A new term with new_members. This indicates that enough candidates existed to run the election, not that enough have has been elected. The inner value must be examined for this purpose. A NewTerm(\[\]) indicates that some candidates got their bond slashed and none were elected, whilst EmptyTerm means that no candidates existed to begin with.

EmptyTerm

No (or not enough) candidates existed for this round. This is different from NewTerm(\[\]). See the description of NewTerm.

ElectionError

Internal error happened while trying to perform election.

MemberKicked

Fields

member: <T as Config>::AccountId

A member has been removed. This should always be followed by either NewTerm or EmptyTerm.

Renounced

Fields

candidate: <T as Config>::AccountId

Someone has renounced their candidacy.

CandidateSlashed

Fields

candidate: <T as Config>::AccountId
amount: <<T as Config>::Currency as Currency<<T as Config>::AccountId>>::Balance

A candidate was slashed by amount due to failing to obtain a seat as member or runner-up.

Note that old members and runners-up are also candidates.

SeatHolderSlashed

Fields

seat_holder: <T as Config>::AccountId
amount: <<T as Config>::Currency as Currency<<T as Config>::AccountId>>::Balance

A seat holder was slashed by amount by being forcefully removed from the set.

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