So, does this mean that if we're doing something related to a con
(like organizing Rabbit activities at the con), we should send it to
you first, and you should send out a con alert? Or should we just
send out a con alert in that format?
On Dec 11, 2006, at 4:24 PM, Carol Townsend wrote:
Quite often we get info about all sorts of conventions here at
Looney Labs (which ROCKS!! - I love hearing about all these cons!)
and they often ask for people to come help run games, do demos...
that sort of thing.
I want to get the news of these cons out to you in the best way
possible. However, not everyone will want to know about every con.
So, I decided that we needed a standard way of communicating these
requests to you, our fabulous Rabbits, in a way that will allow all
of you to cut down on the noise generated by these requests.
When a Con Alert goes out, I will try to put all the pertinant
information in the subject line. Specifically, Con Name, Location
and Date. In the body of the email will be all the info that has
been sent to us - probably just copied-and-pasted. If after seeing
the subject line you want to read about the con, read the email.
If not, don't. Simple as that. If after reading the email you
still have questions - contact the person associated with the con -
their info should be in the Con Alert. You can try contacting me,
but hey, I'll have usually sent you everything I know about the con
in the Con Alert email in the first place. ;)
Hopefully this will keep the "noise factor" down to a managable
level - while still getting info to the Rabbits who want to know.
-Rabbit Wrangler and Con Schnook.
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