Re: [SCA-Archery] Re: authorizations
- What would you like to know? I can fill you in on all the details. Would
you like copies of our tests? You can access our handbook in the marshal's
section of the kingdom web site at www.sca-caid.org. Note that the tests
in the book are a generation old.
At 02:49 PM 3/8/2005, you wrote:
> > [Ian Gourdon of Glen Awe - Midrealm Forester, OP]--
> > One might be correct in expecting a quick fix to be at risk of
> > flaws. if
> > they fail to consult with us. Most likely, they would just use
> > Caid's
> > system, as it is already up and running. Then we will be free to do
> > it their
> > way. Hey, it obviously works.
> > And that is a compliment.
> > Wow! Did you read your statement and then add the last line trying
> > not to
> > insult us?
> > Fearghus MacCulloch
>Nah. I'm for them. It came out of an expectation that they will happen,
>sooner or later, to us all. And that "Not on my watch." is an
>unacceptable response in the long run, which is what I've been hearing
>around here. Yours is up and running. I'd really like to know more about
>it. So we can plan.
>Ian Gourdon of Glen Awe - Midrealm Forester, OP
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