Archive for February, 2009
Thanks for stopping by! Alright everyone. With the exception of a few luxuries, the site is up and fully funtional. Please get your registrations in soon as there is limited space available. If we do meet our quota there is a possibility of expanding, but it is not promised. So stay a while and educate yourself on this great cause that is growing more and more each year. Any questions/suggestions/complaints or comments can be sent to us via email at the bottom of the “About EIBT” page (link at the top). Thanks again and I hope to see you there!
Is ‘Business’ the right word? I suppose it should be something more along the line of ‘Charity’, or maybe ‘Play’ since this is a sporting event after all! Call it what you will, but we’re ready to go! My fancy little “Web Developer Checklist” has been all but completed, what with getting the Gallery, Entry Form, and neat little map [check the Where and When page] all tied up. The last thing keeping me from taking a vacation is getting some forums in place, but that’s going to have to wait a day or so. Mark might not be a professional “Interweb Technician” like me, but he sure knows how to motivate! [where he got the bullwhip, I'll never know...]
Anyhow, judging by the mysterious appearance of important information on the site Mark seems to be picking up on how to make updates, and I’ll bet I can convince him to make the next post!
Cross your fingers.
We’re still slightly under construction, so please don’t pay any mind to the dust and remember to wear your hard hat!
So far we’ve got the “About” and “Rules and Entry” pages up into a respectable state, the entry form is 90% nailed down and just waiting for approval from the head honcho, and there’s some fancy awesomeness in store for the “Where and When” and “Gallery” pages. Keep us tuned in for updates as they happen!
Edit: the “Where and When” has been updated with the fancy new map I’ve promised. We’ll be updating with some more map points with hotels and practice courts for out of town players.
Your friendly webmasters are hard at work!