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Re: Name Changes and AoA's

Poster: "Thorpe, John" <thorpj@caepo1.columbiaSC.NCR.COM>

Greetings from Eldred

Scripsit Liam:

[...contact your Royals to get awards for people...snip...]

>That being said for the hundredth time in this tavern, we move to the
>question of actually getting the scroll for an award.  This takes time as
>we (Atlantia) produce the scrolls by hand and a number of individuals
>receive awards almost every event.  Help in Scriptorium doing calligraphy
>or illumination is greatly appreciated and NEEDED.

We should be hearing about an upcoming Atlantian Scriptorium soon.
Since you agree that it's important, Liam, I'll address it at Cyddlain 
next meeting......<evil grin>  I've got the tools, I've got some of the 
the only thing I don't have is enough time to devote to it....

>Reducing the backlog helps to organize the new award requests coming in.
>Now on to the next.

>>Is it even a matter of size or
>>is it more the arduous task of organization or the "nature of the beast?"

>Nothing is too large to keep track of.  This is the simple and accurate
>answer.  It becomes more difficult when you start asking volunteers to
>keep track of huge backlogs from our own and other kingdoms.  Again, much
>of the difficulty would be eliminated (IMHO) if we could reduce or
>eliminate backlog through consistent and regular scriptoriums.

Falcon Cree holds a regular calligraphy night on the second Friday of
every month.  If anyone is interested, let me know and I'll get you in touch
with them.  It's part of the Nottinghill Coill Scriptorium, and we'll be 
to have more help!

In service,

Gordian Knot Pursuivant (and scribe!)

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