Darkness_Fish wrote:Are we definitely keeping the 10 vs 10 format? If so, I'll probably not bother. No offense intended to the organiser, who puts the hard work in, and I genuinely love the cups here. Just the track vs track format means that at least all ten tracks will get listened to. I don't mind losing, I expect to. Just that last year I put a bit of thought into 10 varied tracks and got beat by a supermarket "best driving tracks" CD, and it seemed kinda pointless, and had no horse to back after a single day.
I'll still vote, but I'll not contribute.
Darkness_Fish wrote:If you feel track vs track is too much hassle, btw, ignore me. I didn't volunteer to run the thing
Hi folks. I'm moving discussion of this over here because I don't want the sign ups thread to get cluttered up with discussions about the rules and format.
Frankly, I don't care how it's done particularly, one year (2014) we did it differently -- we did ten tracks and switched out 1-5 of them each round., but the format has traditionally been 10 tracks, followed by 5 new tracks each subsequent round.
So, I'll run it however the boards want -- track by track or whatever floats the boat of the majority -- but I'd prefer to have consensus be the decider since I don't like making arbitrary decisions much.
What would Track by Track look like logistically for a cup with say...64 or 32 participants? I am unfamiliar with that format for things.