t.d.decker at att.net
Thu Aug 23 14:44:01 PDT 2012
And there is part of the problem of competing and judging in some kingdoms.
Entries show up on the day of the competition and judges are grabbed
willy-nilly as competition organizer tries to fill their roster from whoever
Of course, it helps to have a populace big enough to organize things in
advance. As I recall, at one time, the Barony of Madrone had as many
members as some kingdoms.
> Our judges get ALL the information 2 weeks before hand.
> If it was a day of competition 1 to 2 pages ONLY!
> Also the pages are manuscript format which is as dense as regular pages.
> On Aug 23, 2012, at 12:42 PM, Donna Green wrote:
>> Ten pages Eduardo? Really? I always recommend no more than 2 pages.
>> Judges have other things to do besides judge competitions, so I don't
>> want folks to have to spend all day reading documentation. If the
>> competition is for writing research papers, that's another matter.
>> Juana Isabella
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