[Sca-cooks] Documentation

David Walddon david at vastrepast.com
Thu Aug 23 14:49:35 PDT 2012


For the Kingdom A&S competition in AnTir we are much more organized than this. 
We have tree judges that are pre-selected (after the entrants declare in Jan. for a March event) and they get the documentation 2 weeks prior to the event. 
The Research Paper Category must be submitted at 12th Night when you declare that you are entering. 
Madrone used to have that many members. Not so sure now. 
We just moved to Olympia so we are no longer in Madrone. 

Eduardo 
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On Aug 23, 2012, at 2:44 PM, Terry Decker wrote:

> 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 is handy.
> 
> 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.
> 
> Bear
> 
> 
>> 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.
>> 
>> Eduardo
>> 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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