We're back with a new edition of the Exemplar Highlights. We searched through the newly released Wave 17 of the Exemplar-program and found some recognitions that we want to highlight.
A while ago, while looking for something else on my hard drive, I found a piece of my personal judging history: a report I wrote after Grand Prix Zürich 2004. It was originally published on the Wizards of the Coast …
This blog post is based on my observations, my thoughts and my experience. The goal is to share how I see others, and why I think I among others have too high a standard for what is good or just what is expected of us as judges, both when it comes to my expectations on myself but also others.
It's that wonderful time of the year again - it's time for the Europe North region spring 2019 conference!
A few weeks ago we wrote an email to all the members of the project, asking them to answer a few questions. We have since then summoned up those answers and analysed them, and sadly come to the conclusion that our members don’t have the resources right now needed for the project to be viable. Therefore, affecting immediately, this project will be put on ice.
Happy new year everybody! What better way to start the new year than to take a look of the awesome judges in the Europe-North region. We searched through Wave 15 of the Exemplar-program and found some recognitions that we want to highlight.
Have you ever wondered how to arrange a mini-conference? Lars Harald Nordli couldn't attend the regional conference in Malmö, so he decided to arrange a mini-conference in his hometown instead. Read on to see the planning leading up to the conference, and a glimpse of the conference itself.
The start During the last regional conference it was jokingly said “and if you take Patrik away from those numbers it looks truly dire.” to showcase how many/few recognitions were written by those that can write them in our …
There are many projects in the Nordic Region in which you can be involved in, and one of them is translating official documents into the local languages. We are looking for new members to translate documents into their native language. If this sounds like something you would like to do, please apply to the project today!