One thing's for sure, I've never found any re-enactor site that is as well-run and cordial than the "G"!C.J. Bertagna wrote:Are there any reenactor sites other than on the "G"?
Yeah, but you have to admit that's a very specific (and small) segment of the hobby overall. I once thought of starting a forum for correspondent re-enactors but thought better of it when I realized at the most I could count on a peak membership in the dozens at best. That wouldn't be worth anyone's time in my opinion.cco23i wrote:Here is ours for ground crew. I run it and try to be as fair as possible.
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dbloge wrote: Pfarber is kept around because every once in a while he has something good to say.
You're right, I'm seeing more and more of that, and many of these groups require you to 'friend' them just to look. To me, that's downright stupid. You want an open place where anyone can look to see you're upcoming stuff if you want people to show up or join the group. Facebook is like a cult almost; many people there think that every human on earth is there and scoff at the idea that there are plenty of people who operate just fine without facebook at all. In the end, they're just limiting those who they can recuit and the public who might show up because who wants to 'friend' every [bleep]ing group in the world just to see if there' ssomething that they might wanna know about?carbinekid wrote:The only thing I see becoming common is the use of facebook event pages.
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