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Re: MR: Our story so far...
Poster: Virtual Valkyries <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I was really wondering how it was we got
to this point and didn't want to read all of the reams of e-mail on this
subject. I've read alot, but somehow missed some important transitions. I
actually can think of a good reason to warrent official web masters, and
that is the same one used to warrent chroniclers. As a group, we want to be
certain that the information we distribute is correct and official. And
outsiders are far more likely to see a Web page than a baronial newsletter.
I don't think warrenting is merely a question of official funds being spent,
as was mentioned about 150 e-mails ago. We warrent our marshals because we
want to see marshalling proceed in a proscribed way, which I think disproves
that notion. What is so wrong with ensuring that outsiders first
impressions of us, as a group, are correct? Perhaps a warrent is not the
correct way, but I can not fault the sentiment behind it. Are chatelaines
warrented? Maybe a groups web page should come under the provence of the
chronicler and he/she should merely delegate the HTML coding. Since it is
the content of the pages and not necessarily the presentation that is at
issue, this would effectively solve the problem.
At 10:09 AM 10/18/96 -0400, you wrote:
>Poster: email@example.com (Alfredo el Bufon)
>"Making an SCA web page is now a Warrented Job."
> "What a stupid concept!"
> "It's just an attempt by the BoD to control our Free Speech."
> "Hey, lighten up! They made new Warrents to thank people for
> making spiff web pages."
> "Warrents are a lousy way to thank people. You should thank
> people with Cookies."
> "Well, in a way, giving someone a Warrent is like giving them
> Cookie, since we all know Cookies go to people with Warrents."
> "That's not true. I'm a Peer, and I'm here to tell you, a Warrent
> is not a stepping stone to Cookies. And BTW, neither is being
> a Squire, Apprentice or Protege."
> "Really? I thought sure they were."
> "No. It just looks that way."
>So, at this point, methinks, we can say that giving someone a
>Warrent is _not_ a good way of thanking him for past performance.
>(And, along similar lines, desire for a Peerage is not a
>good reason to sign up with a Peer.) Now we can go on to discuss
>if there are any _other_ reasons to have Warrents for webmastership.
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