[Bards] Ideas on documentation

Alden Drake alden_drake at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jan 24 08:29:33 PST 2007

I would recommend *not* making the documentation as short as possible.  Make it be as long as it needs to be to show the judges you know the material and the background behind it.  Then, for brevity sake, include either a one-page or half-page summary of that documentation, so the judges have a "Documentation at a Glance".

Also, the closer your sources are to the primary source (the genuine article), the better. 


PS - I'm in the process of adding a fourth page of documentation for a 16-line poem.
PPS - No, I'm not competing in Kingdom A&S this year.

----- Original Message ----
From: Genie Barrett <ladymaggie at justinanimator.com>
To: Ansteorran Bardic list <bards at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 9:22:26 AM
Subject: [Bards] Ideas on documentation

Hello all,

I am compiling my documentation for Kingdom A&S and would like any 
pointers anyone can give me on it.

Lets assume I have proof that what I am doing is period, from a 
barely post period book.
I have done some translation and am using someone else's translation as well.
I want to make the documentation as short as possible.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance,
Elfsea Bard

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