[SCA-AE] Limiting Groups to Three Events per Year?
jfkyle at gmail.com
Sun Jan 25 16:31:06 EST 2009
one short reminder. a "draft" assumes that each and every group has every
event and activity already planned and firmed up on "draft" day. if they
don't they will have to "buy" a date from another group. as seen in earlier
discussion, even traditional events have occasion to vary their
schedule--sometimes at the last minute.
investigating ways to ease/avoid scheduling difficulties to maximize event
attendance/participation is a most laudable effort. with luck and
discussion i'm sure a workable solution will be found.
btw, i haven't yet seen anything about other kingdoms' solutions to the
bowing out now with best wishes.
sionn, the lost
"lost in time and...lost in space...and...meaning."
On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 4:17 PM, Solveig Throndardottir <nostrand at acm.org>wrote:
> Noble Cousins!
> Greetings from Solveig! While I like the basic idea between the three
> round draft pick approach, I do think that limiting things to three
> events per group per year is going too far. This makes autocrating
> opportunities excessively scarce for large groups. Rather, maybe each
> group should get one major event and one minor event per reign and
> some number of additional events based on population size. Further,
> traveling kingdom events should not count against the local group
> event limit. Local groups might even "buy" an event slot from an
> adjacent group in a manner similar to the "event sharing" already
> noted. This is all just an exploration of the basic idea.
> Your Humble Servant
> Solveig Throndardottir
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