... I d like to come if I can make it, but I wasn t really asking to discuss a charter topic. I just wanted to know if, SCA-wide (not our specific area and
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, Jan 25, 2010
> I'm not sure if I'm out of line to say so, but in the SCA isn't there a difference between a citizen (a true native of a country, and in SCA terms paid member) and a denizen (someone who lives or travels in a country without being a native citizen, and in SCA terms a non-member participant), both together forming the populace (everybody who lives or travels within a country, whether citizen or denizen)?
> D'vorah bat Atar [sig snipped]
On 25 Jan 2010, at 6:40 PM, Robyyan Torr d'Elandris wrote:
> You're welcome to come to the committee meeting to discuss it.
> One of the ground rules we set when we started the charter process almost a year and a half ago is that charter topics would be discussed in person, and not on the mailing list. That decision has served us well, I think, and I would not like to change it at this late date.
> I'll be happy to discuss the reasoning behind that decision in person.
> Hope to see you there.
> Robyyan Torr d'Elandris (Dennis R. Sherman)
I'd like to come if I can make it, but I wasn't really asking to discuss a charter topic. I just wanted to know if, SCA-wide (not our specific area and thus not our specific charter), there was a difference between a citizen and a denizen. At the meeting, if I can get there, I'd like to ask what the difference is, if any, for Ayreton in particular.
D'vorah bat Atar
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