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Posted: Nov 3 2009, 01:18 PM
Member No.: 28
Joined: 23-May 09
With the recent discussion on line changes, this is a formal review on how to properly submit line changes.
Why is this topic brought up? Because it is not the responsibility of Cyber to dig into trades and unscramble line ups to make the changes needed. We are a 30 team league and doing officepools lineup changes twice a week is alot of time dedicated to helping our league. It's our job to keep it simple. There is a format that is quite simple and easy to read, this same format has been used in other leagues such as ZFHL and has been very successful.
These are examples of line change postings that need to be avoided:
Because this is the first time that it has been brought up, the changes will still be processed. But going forward cases like these will be under review and note that the rulebook will see adjustments regarding this matter. The most obvious consequence will be that the line changes won't go through until they are properly formatted under this line change format:
1. Player A to bench from active
2. Player B to active from bench
1. Player A to active from trade
2. Player B to traded from active
To clarify, this is no attack to the GM's that have been mentioned above. It is a league wide reminder that we would like to keep the linechange process as clean and simple as possible.