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MR: Disc: event at The Merry Rose
> > Duke Richard wrote:
> > What we can't do, from this list, is make cultural, social,
> > or systemic changes to the way Atlantia or the SCA works. I make this
> > statement not entirely convinced that it is correct. I'd love to hear
> > some counter-examples.
Master Tibor replied:
> > I'm not sure. Change at a gross level takes time and sustained effort,
> > large groups of people. I believe that a mailing list can reach, and even
> > motivate, large groups of people, and can be used as a catalyst for change.
> > Major changes of the kind you speak of are so vanishingly rare, that it
> > becomes hard to generalize. I suspect, however, that it is quite possible.
To which King Galmr said, in part,
> I think it would be hard to have a major change for two reasons:
> 1) As many people as are on the list, it still only represents something
> like a 1/5 or a 1/6 of Atlantia's total paid members.
> 2) The people on the list do not necessarily include all of those that
> would be useful in affecting change.
> I think some ideas can be put together online, but it is only
> what happens at events that really matters.
Is there a Law, or article of Corpora, that prevents an event from
being held at The Merry Rose, or is it only a tradition that events
be held at physical locations? One sixth of Atlantia's population
meseems to be a respectable turnout for an event.
Of course, it would have to be a non-martial event.
OTOH, it could be on the royal progress.
Alfredo el Bufon
Elvegast, Windmaster's Hill, Atlantia
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And where are all the sportsmen who used to pull you through?
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