[Elfsea] Possible problem with waivers and youth authorization

Jhan Knebel rixende at mail2noble.com
Thu Jun 19 13:04:19 PDT 2003


If this is the case, and I hope it is not, then the Wednesday night
practice will no longer be advertised on an SCA sponsored list, and will
be removed from the newsletter completely. If this keeps up, we won't be
able to even mention personal practices at an SCA sponsored function. Of
course, this flies directly in the face of all the previous rulings that
an E-mail list is not an official means of communication for the SCA. 

So, I would ask those who are interested, go ahead and sign up for the
BBR_Fight_Night list at yahoogroups, in case this does come to pass.

I'm getting a headache.

Rixende
chief communications officer for the BBR_Fight_Night list ;-)

<-----Original Message-----> 
From: Richard Threlkeld
Sent: 6/19/2003 11:54:22 AM
To: elfsea at ansteorra.org
Subject: Re: [Elfsea] Possible problem with waivers and youth
authorization

Normally, I would not copy this to everyone in Elfsea, but there is an
interesting problem mentioned here. If a fighter practice or other event
is advertised in local, regional, kingdom, ... newsletter or *email
list*, then it falls under the waiver signing requirements. And the way
it is mentioned herein implies that all household functions, if
mentioned in an SCA associated email list, would be covered. "Business
meetings, demos, guild meetings, dance practices, or planning sessions
are specifically excluded from these provisions." The Wednesday night
practice, for instance, should probably do waivers because it is often
mentioned in the Elfsea list.

*SNIP* 

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