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Open letter re: the future of Eurobowl hosting
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Author:  haktar [ Mon Nov 03, 2014 10:48 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Open letter re: the future of Eurobowl hosting

Valen wrote:
Tripleskull wrote:
I am not worried about nations being capable or not. I think any community that are willing are probably also capable and there good suggestion out there about helping inexperienced nations out.



This comment is the best I have read in this entire thread, sums up my feelings perfectly.

+1.
I agree

I think also that Eurobowl is a good mean to promote blood bowl in "little" countries.
We have a mission to promote Blood Bowl.
Eurobowl is a showcase about Blood Bowl.
Isn't-it?

Author:  Valen [ Mon Nov 03, 2014 4:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Open letter re: the future of Eurobowl hosting

More common sense :)

Author:  BlackOrc [ Fri Nov 07, 2014 4:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Open letter re: the future of Eurobowl hosting

I have not been around a lot lately, but we received the open letter and wanted to join to the topic.

To summarize: Aint broken, aint fix it.

Why is there a discussion on changing a system that works properly?

Is it the fear of a lame nation mis-organising the EB in 1 year?
Darkson and Draco came up with a superb solution: two years for organisation - asking after half a year how things going. If failing, 18 months should be enough for the new taker. The WC let us easily switch to 2 years. Its just that this year the 1st and 2nd best non-org nation will be chosen. In my opinion there should be no "questionare" or so, I guess we are grown up enough to judge after half a year whether the burden is too much or not.

Lack of competition for the ex-orgs?
In my consideration the system we presently use is not a real competition for the right to organize. It is simply a mean to choose the next country - being much nicer than a random draw. Basically we want to bring the master-event of BB in all countries once, and only the order is decided by this system.

Making a vote on this topic?
As a not-yet-org I would vote against anything that brings the smallest chance of an ex-org organising again before not-yet-orgs.
And an ex-org would vote for anything that brings them the smallest chance to organise again before all the others have organised.
This in mind, I would see an offence against the not-yet-orgs already in a vote of any kind.

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