On the other side of this, if a convention staff member does something that is more than just doing their job right, tell people.
And really, it doesn’t hurt anyone to point out people just doing their job right, but maybe as a summary. Exceptions to expected behavior, for better or worse, should be recognized.
I bring this all up because I’ve been working conventions since 2001.
If you don’t communicate a problem with a convention’s staff to the convention, they don’t have a reason to do anything about the staff.
I’ve seen staff removed from conventions, due to feedback from attendees and from staff. The conventions got better for it.
Plans for the week:
M: Work, D&D
T: Long ass work day (8a-7p + commute), no Pathfinder, possible AC staff meeting.
W: Please be a slow work day.
R: Work, begin drafting 2 weeks of #ErsatzEchoes
F: Work, finish writing EE. Maybe record EE.
S: Record EE if I haven't yet. Walk somewhere. Build #Anthrocon packing list.
U: Laundry, walk, pack for AC, AC staff meeting?
Furry, Con Staffer, Guild Wars 2 Player, Board/Card Gamer.
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