881Re: [Ayreton] Re: Pennsic and heavy fighters
- Mar 30, 2007It is a semantic difference.However, when you're talking about the title-ing of something, semantics is important.Calling one of the practices in the Areyton area THE Areyton practice leads to the conclusion that other practices, while inviting to Areyton members, are -not- Areyton practices.It's like a university including non-affiliated club meetings in a newsletter for informational purposes.
On 3/30/07, Dayle Harding <acelinaofderelei@...> wrote:Purple--Maybe this happened when you weren't in the area, but I believe that it was made QUITE clear that any and all of the practices that are announced on this site, as well as any guild meetings, other practices, or get togethers in general are for all of Ayreton to attend if they wish. When Ian started collecting these things, he was on each of the local groups email groups, and was more than generous with his time to compile a list of whatever anyone sent him. If the people in the group did not send it to him, it wasn't posted. All postings were made with the idea that if it was on there, it was for all. Otherwise, why bother.Is that enough reinforcement for you?Acelina
----- Original Message ----
From: Drew <drewishdrewid@ gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 10:10:10 PM
Subject: RE: [Ayreton] Re: Pennsic and heavy fighters
> Would any of the groups wish to re-establish the once-a-month
> rotating Ayerton practice?
> Guy Dawkins
If we want to reenforce the concept that Ayreton is ALL of the Chicago-land
groups, and not just TGS and GG, then yes.
Or make sure that it's entirely clear that ALL chicago-land group practices
are Ayreton practices.
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