I liked the basic format of what we did last year. We had a couple of scheduled times for demos, which got everyone together at particular times to get critical mass for gaming, and then just had the games available to play, and usually a couple of people around willing to play, during most hours of the con. This year, I'll hopefully be able to get our info in soon enough to get in the program book (crosses fingers hoping it isn't too late already), which should make the scheduled sessions an even better focusing point for our activities.
So, I'd like to know who's interested in helping out, and what they're interested in doing. We could do it just like last year, where there was a scheduled card games demo, a scheduled Icehouse demo, and a scheduled Giant Icehouse demo, with the rest just people hanging out and playing games. Other ideas are to have a floating tournament of some sort (any suggestions for the game? Treehouse? Martian Coasters? Homeworlds? RAMbots?), have official Werewolf sessions, do it as an official Little Experiment, or whatever you suggest.
So, let me know if you're coming, what you'd prefer to do, and if there are any times that are better or worse for you, so I can get back to the gaming coordinator.
See you at Arisia, Brian