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#1 2006-11-28 08:55:46

cfaustus
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From: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Registered: 2006-04-20
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TF Data Accumulation

There are a lot of us doing 'Traditional' or 'Classical' Fencing these days. Many are in areas where easy access to advice or advanced instruction are difficult. Some would be thankful for any help, to get their TF group going or to further support their already blossoming TF studies. Problem is, if Fencing is a widespread, disconnected community, TF is even more so. One can go for years without hearing of other TF groups, even in one's own city! David Achilleus and I at the Classical Fencing Society thought it might be helpful to compile information on various groups to help guide others through the murky waters of Traditional Fencing to find the resources they need to further their training in the school and style they desire. To this end, we have made available the Traditional Fencing Organizational Survey on our website. Collecting this basic data is the first step to determining the development of the various groups and helping them to get the resources they need to flourish. Once enough data has been collected, we will make more information available. For now, one can only see other group's information by filling out the survey oneself. We did not want early entries to effect later ones.

Please only fill the survey once for each organization. Duplicates will be combined and deleted.

The survey can be found at: http://www.cfssda.org/sallesurvey/
or through
the CFS website: http://www.cfssda.org

Regards,
-Alexis

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#2 2006-12-07 12:15:22

cfaustus
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From: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Registered: 2006-04-20
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Re: TF Data Accumulation

Well, we have begun collecting some interesting data. We have a good start but could really use more data. We are really trying to get an accurate reading of the temperature of TF out there so we need to hear from as many groups doing TF (CF & HF) as possible. It is nice to hear from established groups as well as those who are just starting out. The later will benefit the most from the data we collect and the next steps in this program.

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