[game_preservation] SIG paper for DiGRA
Dan.Pinchbeck at port.ac.uk
Wed Jul 1 04:43:28 EDT 2009
Everything goes through the conference website:
The draft programme is through and the session is provionally slotted in Thursday 3rd in the morning
Dr Dan Pinchbeck
Advanced Games Research Group
School of Creative Technologies
University of Portsmouth, UK
>>> Andrew Armstrong <andrew at aarmstrong.org> 26/06/09 12:26 AM >>>
Okay, I'm finally back onto my email, urg, I'll batter my host more
harshly when they didn't get it working after their promised 2 days so I
lost a weeks worth of email, bah.
I'll be able to come down, I've booked holiday time for that week, I
just need to know how to book a place at the event and accommodation.
I've not got a chance today or tomorrow to read this structural draft -
I also note you didn't have any changes enabled, so it's hard to see
what's changed at a glance, sorry - I'll try and look later this weekend.
As for a title, I don't know, it depends what you want the paper to be
edited to be.
Dan Pinchbeck wrote:
> hi all,
> a very (very) initial structural draft of the paper for DiGRA is uploaded here:
> If anyone has the chance to glance over it and give me a sense of whether I'm heading the right direction with this, make comments, changes, etc, I'd be really grateful. Like I said, it's at a phenomenally early point (deadline is 1st August) so don't expect much!
> I also need to confirm for the programme a final title for the paper and confirm the list of authors - as I wasn't involved in the white paper, can someone just triple-check that for me and send a list/title?
> Finally, as soon as I have the exact date/time for the game preservation panel I'll send it through - but this paper will need a presenter. I can 'arrange' that if need be, but it would obviously be great to have someone from the SIG there (Andrew, you're just up the road... and I may be able to find some budget to help out with registration, etc?) Any thoughts there would also be great,
> PS- thanks Melanie for the heads-up - hope this is a better way of doing things! :)
> Dr Dan Pinchbeck
> Advanced Games Research Group
> School of Creative Technologies
> University of Portsmouth, UK
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