[SCA-AE] Limiting Groups to Three Events per Year?
F. Page Steinhardt
sunshadow at twcny.rr.com
Sun Jan 25 16:39:13 EST 2009
The one thing I didn't put into the draft pick suggestion (thank you
for the reminder) is that rotating kingdom events would not count
against the draft. (An added incentive for the larger groups that have
sufficient peoplepower available to bid on kingdom events if they want
to add above quota.
If you had been involved in some of the event scheduling discussions I
have been in on lately, first trying to schedule a metals symposium as a
stand-alone event (IMPOSSIBLE with the current level of calendar clutter
and the fact that some events are already being scheduled over a year
out) and then trying to find events that would be willing to be host
events for a metal symposium, you would see that there are not enough
weekends in the year that are not already either taken, or reserved for
The advantage of a draft system, as I stated earlier, would be that
every group would be able to schedule something before some of the more
active groups had the calendar filled.
Solveig Throndardottir 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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