Kevin Standlee (kevin_standlee) wrote,
Kevin Standlee
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WSFS Constitution Online

Because it's proving difficult to get the copy of the WSFS Constitution on the WSFS web site updated, this year's Worldcon has posted the current WSFS Constitution on their web site.

Incidentally, I've heard from last year's WSFS Business Meeting Secretary, who is still working on the minutes of last year's Business Meeting. (The WSFS Nitpicking & Flyspecking Committee, which maintains the Rulings and Resolutions of Continuing Effect, needs the minutes to produce the 2010 RoCE.) If you're curious about what happened in Australia, remember that video recordings of the Preliminary, Main, and Site Selection Business Meetings are online.

I may be able to post videos of the WSFS meetings at Reno the same day that they happen — the high-speed internet connection at the Atlantis looked promising — but don't count on it. With a hotel full of fans all trying to use the internet at once, the system may well bog down beyond usefulness. Also, the fully-edited versions that I posted to Vimeo from last year's meeting take quite a while to do, so anything I post is likely to be only minimally edited and probably squeezed down to relatively low resolution. Whether or not I'm able to live-stream video the way I did last year is also dependent upon available bandwidth. (I didn't announce in advance that we were live-streaming video at A4; you had to be watching my Twitter feed to know it was happening. I didn't know I was going to be doing it myself until shortly before we actually put it online.)
Tags: worldcon, worldcon business meeting, wsfs
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