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From: Enzo on 22 Sep 2009 21:55
On Sep 22, 12:36 pm, milivella <milive...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > * milivella <milive...(a)gmail.com> [2009-09-22 02:51] [rec.sport.soccer]:
> > > Meant to update
> > >http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.soccer/browse_thread/thread/....
> > > Well, Fantasy Scout is not played in RSS, but there is a strong link
> > > anyway, so I think that the article about Fantasy Scout in today's La
> > > Gazzetta dello Sport qualifies as "RSS in the media" (page 25, if you
> > > have a copy).
> > > Here is the article:
> > >http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/5738/fantasyscout.jpg
> > Congratulations.
> I thank you and Abubakr for you kind words, but FS is a collective
> effort, so all the 15 scout deserve these congratulations!
There is absolutely no reason to think that. The participants
make the game, sure, but it is one man's
concept, one man's effort, and one man's credit.
From: milivella on 23 Sep 2009 16:18
> On Sep 22, 12:36 pm, milivella <milive...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > FS is a collective
> > effort, so all the 15 scout deserve these congratulations!
> There is absolutely no reason to think that. The participants
> make the game, sure, but it is one man's
> concept, one man's effort, and one man's credit.
If "concept" means "original idea" and "effort" means "updating the
scores and the website", I can agree. You see, no modesty here. But
IMO rules are part of the "concept", and many of the actual rules (not
to speak of Daniele's ongoing shot to a whole reform) have been
conceived and proposed by people that are not me. And isn't discussing
the ideas about new rules in hundreds of posts, or doing statistical
studies for the game's sake (like Daniele and Matthias did) "effort"?
So I have my share of credit, but it's not the most part of it.