[Elfsea] Economics of the Kingdom
rjt at softwareinnovation.com
Tue Oct 8 23:25:04 PDT 2002
That is a good suggestion, but it is already done.
There is a Deputy Kingdom Seneschal in charge of
the Kingdom Calendar. He/she records reservations
when they get properly executed paperwork. They
try to keep reasonable separation for events
too near each other. They publish the calendar
in email and others then publish on the web and
in the Black Star from the email.
Caelin on Andrede
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> Behalf Of Terri Head
> Sent: Wednesday, October 09, 2002 12:01 AM
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> Subject: [Elfsea] Economics of the Kingdom
> This may be a goofy suggestion, (and showing what I DON'T know)
> but with most of you being computer gurus, why not establish a
> Kingdom Calendar Coordinator. This person could be RESPONSIBLE
> not only for keeping the calendar, BUT ALSO help coordinate any
> smaller groups that may have events on the same date, so that
> they could benefit not only from shared responsibilities, but
> will gain more activities for their event thus, ensuring a better
> garantee that people would come. In doing so, they could help any
> and all groups get the most out of their event. He/she could
> even help by getting supporters (other groups who wouldn't mind
> sharing the event) for those who feel that their event might be
> too risky if they were to host it on their own.
> The reason I mentioned computers and establishing a coordinator
> is that this person could have a site with a calendar,controlled
> solely by he/she, that person(s) responsible for their groups can
> contact. If a site is too much, they can simply just make emails
> the means of communication. The reason for this person being a
> Kingdom Coordinator is (the obvious) that they would be needed to
> help coordinate all kingdom events but also would be a useful
> tool to the King & Queen for their own travel plans.
> <may have made a fool out of herself
> In service,
> "Stop telling God how big your storm is.
> Instead, tell your storm how big your GOD is."
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