Dragon Tourney 2008
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We're going to use google docs as well as sensei's library to set up the tournament.
Ryzours Google doc isn't practical so the next rounds will be tracked on sensei's.
DragonTourney2007 has been quite a disturbance for many regular sensei's users, because some of the participants were wiki newbies and didn't check the minor edit page when editing. I think setting the "ongoing games" tag have helped to settle this issue, but still there might be people here at sensei who don't like it being used this way.
Are they really sensei's library users who don't like pages like this one and want them deleted? Does anyone has an idea of how we could track the results without using sensei's library?
Arno: I think it is ok (which should not surprise anyone, because I', pretty open about the use of SL.) Especially the 'ongoing games' tag helps. If all else fails, then I can mark the page in a way so that all edits are 'minor edits' by default. Let's see how it turns out.
Ryzours: Thanks Arno. I'm glad we're not so much of a nuisance. Maybe we could be helpful too by bringing more users to sensei's library. We'll make more visible links to the homepage and to the TextFormattingRules pages if our next tournament end up being tracked here again.
Joshual000: The use of google docs seems very appropriate. I applaud the change. 2 comments;
- I found the game links from the old Senseis format very satisfying (easily observe important matches from the status page, etc..) Is there any plan to add such links to the new spreadsheet(s)?
- The old Senseis format had the players' entry rating. Any plan to include this as well (or a link to the dragon user profile?)
Ryzours Google.docs has strong points and weak points. It'll be easy to add a link to the player profiles, but to link to the games would require to manually enter the 380 game ids, which was possible on sensei's, with douzens of persons doing this, but is unpractical on google docs with few people able to edit the document.