As anyone can create a BGG page for a game published on the wiki, and in fact most of the entries to the previous contest had their BGG pages created for the promotion of the contest, it doesn't make much sense to ban games published on BGG...
On 3/13/08, Avri Klemer <avri@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It has been expressly ruled in the past that "publishing" to the Wiki does
not rule a game design out of the IGDC. Might even be on the Talk pages
I can't imagine that listing on BGG will invalidate, either, but perhaps we
should get a ruling from the new Coordinator . . . ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Spears" <spielboy@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "Icehouse Discussion List" <icehouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 11:24 AM
Subject: [Icehouse] IGDC - Question
> Regarding the IGDC, the wiki page says "Each designer may submit one
> previously unpublished game ..."
> I wanted to ask exactly what "previously unpublished game" means.
> I designed a game recently and have not published rules anywhere, but
> I would like to create a page on the wiki, get more testing in from
> friends, blind test the rules with playtesters, etc. Possibly even
> submit the game to BGG. If I do all that now, will that invalidate the
> game for being entered into the contest?
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