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Well, that's already taken and besides that; that site isn't rich with information on it. I've registered to it and tried to contact somebody on it and never heard back.
Quote from: disciple_drew on February 15, 2011, 10:21:23 PMWell, that's already taken and besides that; that site isn't rich with information on it. I've registered to it and tried to contact somebody on it and never heard back.At least I know it's about Redemption. I wasn't sure if your website was about Monarchy or Theology. Apparently it's about a card game.
If God calls you to something He'll equip you. Your gift can take you where your character can't keep you. I'm not trying to brand anything, I'm not trying to make any gain of it. It's for the community and as long as it serves it's purpose and blesses others - so be it.If I wanted your advice I would of asked for it. Either you see the good in it or not. If not, don't contribute. Myself along with others would like more than what the message board offers. When you see people with a willing heart to do more, especially for others and not a selfish cause, it would be for the good of the cause to encourage those that are doing it rather than talk smack and tear others down.
I'd like to mention that "Kingdom Columns" was one of the few names mentioned as a possibility. There weren't any arguments at first, and plus, names can be changed because this is still the forming stage.Also, Redemption (referencing the game) is trademarked, copyrighted, etc... Drew can't call it "Redemption x" because he hasn't been given that permission by Cactus.In reference to the whole "Marketing" situation: this is not-for-profit and fan-based. If Cactus/the Elders/Rob decide to give their blessing on making it "official," then I could see a marketing angle. Right now, as it stands, it's a fan-based tournament coverage idea, not a marketing strategy.I like the idea, but, I can certainly understand resistance to "Advertisement a.k.a. marketing" it on the official forums once it becomes a true reality. Right now, Drew is offering to make it happen if the players want it. Personally, I'd love to hear stories from other states. What I'd really like to see is: professional, non-sarcastic, positive, constructive criticism of the idea. Emphasis on professional.What say you Kemosabe?-C_S
I'm just letting you know what you can probably expect from a small and nominally-connected community when it comes to aggregate content.
However, what I can't explain based on this is how Wikipedia has become such a success.
I'm just sayin'. I can't get tournament hosts to even post their tournament dates on the calendar to let people know when they are. And it's RIGHT HERE ON THE BOARD.I'm all for the effort, I just want him to know going in what similar "efforts" have produced in the very recent past.
I.e. such and such achieved a victory over such and such with "x" deck. Both players have had a bit of a rivalry for the past "x" months...
As a tournament host, I don't add my tournaments because everyone already knows about it.
Quote from: SomeKittens on February 17, 2011, 02:26:52 AMAs a tournament host, I don't add my tournaments because everyone already knows about it.I don't.