Because I care, Joe.
Because I care.
Then move Wine Basics to the bottom.
You knew it was coming!
Should we change Berserkerfests to sequential numbers?
Yes, but keep the previous Berserkerfests as is
Flawed poll was left out. Todd, you’re making this difficult. Berserkerfest sounds like, and is, a major gathering. It gets confusing when we have them on the east coast and west coast.
Berserkerfest (fill in the number) (fill in the location). Always have the date and location in the thread title. Most casual readers/lurkers don’t have a clue where 3.5 is.
If they know wherethe event is going to take place, they might even open the thread.
Example: Berserkerfest 3 NYC. November 5, 2010. PDH (Peking Duck House).
This tells the reader everything they need to know about the event.
Exactly my thoughts, Dan
Sooo, we should just call all of them
“Berserkerfest BRETT FAVRE!”
In order to sneak the numbers in, they could be Berserkerfest Br3tt Favr3.
Next time I see you, I’m gonna make you run into a glass door, a la Whetstone
Don’t remind me, we have a dinner/wine event for them here at the store next month .
A real Bfavrefest !
I like this, but to just tweek it a little, I like Roman numerals better. More gravitas. Also, I like the location first and then what number event it is for that location, so I’d propose the following:
NYC Berserkerfest III - November 12-14, 2010. PDH (Peking Duck House).
A bit late on the proposal - http://www.wineberserkers.com/viewtopic.php?p=365318#p365318" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Well, some of us had things to do other than play on facebook while looking out at the Pacific.
Start a new poll!
And in binary we have:
NYC Berserkerfest 0011 - November 12-14, 2010. PDH (Peking Duck House).
Yeah, let’s make it less confusing for everybody by getting rid of the remainders and replacing the numbers with some ancient numbering system.
The mathematical formula is quite simple and I do not understand why you computer nerds can’t figure it out.
BF# = (Year-2008) + (month of event/12). Leo, being math-challenged, miscalculated 2.5. It should have been 2.4.