>>>> The unexpected impact of the exhibit policy may that the definition of "vintage" will absorb newer systems over time.
> I'm not worried. The rule is vital because nobody wants to stare at a table full of hardware and be told, "Imagine it doing something." That's why this is the vintage computer FESTIVAL, and why Sellam pitches it as a "celebration" versus just a show. As for "what's vintage," that certainly changes over time, but let's please NOT have that whole debate again .... maybe it can be a VCF speaker panel. :)
>>>> Will there be no judging again next year?
> To be determined. Last year we meant to have judging, we just forgot to do it. :)
This is what happens when you forget to put a coversheet on the TPS
report. Didn't you get the memo? I will go ahead and have another copy
sent to you.