[Bonwicke] Gothic War Site

HE Kainin Tepesa kainin at copycraft.com
Thu Sep 16 12:02:16 PDT 2004


Feedback is a very good thing and helps in the planning of any 
successful venture. I had been thinking about this earlier today and 
I think that what we really need is the feedback of the Kingdom. We 
in the West are merely the hosts of this event, it is the rest of the 
Kingdom that are the guests.

I propose putting together some sort of polling website with questions like:


	If Gothic Wars were held next year at Hordes Creek Lake I would be...

		More likely to come.
		Less likely to come.
		I would come no matter what.


	If Gothic Wars were held next year at Lake Sweetwater I would be...

		More likely to come.
		Less likely to come.
		I would come no matter what.


Explain in an email to the Kingdom list why we are conducting this 
poll (ie: that Sweetwater had asked for too much money this year 
which forced us to a new site but now have seen the error of their 
ways and we are trying to decide what to do for next year.) and ask 
for input. Lord Ian said it best: "I myself didn't like the coleman 
site, but what i like isn't important, we are in the business of 
drawing people to our events.  If coleman has a larger drawing power 
than sweetwater, then i say we have to use it."

We need to find out what our guests from outside of the region think 
of Coleman versus Sweetwater and use that information to determine 
what will be best for Gothic's future. I will be happy to take care 
of the polling if no one is opposed to the idea.

Kainin


>I wanted to let everyone know that I am paying VERY close attention 
>to what is being said. The feed back has been great and has 
>paralleled many conversations concerning Gothic XV.
>
>I can promise that Gothic XV will have surprises for everyone. (I 
>mean that in a mischievously evil way)
>
>Rufus

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