Hi dear Core Team and interested OSCEdays developers.
Today a very interesting question popped up that we never discussed. Someone came up with the motivation to become a local organizer for an OSCEdays event and a really great challenge but she lives in a small village with 360 people and would host her event there.
She asked and we should ask ourselves – how to proceed with that? Should we add the name of this small village to the organizing cities or …
I mean, if the OSCEdays goes on and more and more cities appear … The world has a million cities (or so ;-). Too many categories! Where to draw the line?
#3 ideas for that
I see 3 possibilities for that. And I am curious about yours.
(1) NEXT BIG CITY
We sum up smaller villages and cities under the next big city.
(2) SMALL VILLAGE
We give the small village an own category. Why not? And if the network is growing we sum different places – pull them together in one name. So one day “Augsburg” and “Berlin” become “Germany” for example.
(3) SMALL VILLAGE | NEXT BIG CITY
Basically a mixture of 1 & 2. We name it after the small town but put the name of the big one next to it to make it easier for an international crowd to identify it. Example: "BRINDAS | LYON"
Later, if everything grows we can pull things together: “BRINDAS | LYON”, “BALAN | LYON” & “JONS | LYON” become just “LYON”.
I vote for solution number 3
But what do you think?
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