50053Re: Societies without Rules have a tendency to Collapse!
- Jan 2, 2007Hello Karin
Thank you for your kind words. My entries to the Contest is a way to
say thanks to John Cubbin and Lionel Gazeaus for the incredible work
they did for me and to show their work to the public. I'm like a
Gallery owner who show's the work from talented "Artists" as in the
As Reynard mentioned bevor, photo of the month would be the better
Last but not least, we had some photo contests on zcentralstation in
the last few month. The June contest contained 31 pictures, the
August contest 25 (from 7 people) the October contest 12 pictures
(from 6 people) the December contest 13 pictures (from 6 people). As
more rules being added as less pictures you will see in the future.
just my 2 Cents
--- In email@example.com, "Karin Svenson" <karin@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sgt_tim7" <sgt_tim1@> wrote:
> > p.s. I agree that a description of the model is needed upon
> > Great Suggestion!
> Hi guys,
> This is a very important topic and should be heeded. Personally I
> would prefer that the term "guidelines" be used when determining
> rules for a civilized group such as this one. I would tend to
> that it would help in keeping us pulling together instead of using
> term that is more divisive like the word "rules" is.
> Guidelines are needed for the MOTM contest.
> Juerg's Rosetown depot, if it wins, should be credited a win to
> Lionel. If his bridge and river entry wins it should be credited as
> John Cubbin's win. I think the single most important guideline is
> that the entry be made by the entrant or that the entrant give all
> credit, including the win, to the maker of the model.
> I'm so glad you added those Juerg, no disrespect intended. I just
> think the modeler needs to be the real winner.
> Sure look forward to when the day comes when I can add my feeble
> attempt of an entry.
> Thanks for allowing me to communicate my thoughts...
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