Started by ewu, April 07, 2016, 11:26:23 AM
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Quote from: tesla on April 07, 2016, 11:15:39 PMIn theory it would be faster than SVCC because eyes are faster than tech. It'll be interesting to see if any of the big attractions (ie reg, artist's alley, dealer's hall) will have to adjust to this implementation. They would be hard to move/adjust simply because they need a lot of space to be efficient.
Quote from: Misamo on April 13, 2016, 09:21:40 PMJust thought about this when I was looking through the forums: To make things easier I think that 18+ attendees should have a different color wristband or something like that to make it easier for the panels younger ones aren't supposed to get into. Just a suggestion that may make things a bit easier on everyone!
Quote from: TC_X0_Lt_0X on March 20, 2016, 01:22:57 AMIm not sure if there is a viable means to verify an age though. If memory serves correctly, in registration you can just put any age effectively, and the age entry is a age range even. I suppose verification can be done at badge pickup, but that might slow it down a bit and cause conflict, especially with group registration where most of the group wont be around to verify their ages. I think most importantly though, if you are going to mark age on badges, there might be an expectation that a badge marked for a certain age can be used in place of showing ID, and with that there could be an issue with people trading their badges to underage congoers. And if thats not allowed, then Im sure a lot of people are going to be wondering why it is being implemented at all.These aren't all huge issues and can probably be remedied easily enough, but in the long run Im not sure if is all that worth dealing with either. I think it might just be easier to ask how old they are. You can be indirect about it and ask them where they are taking classes, where they work, or if they drink or something as well easy enough. Its all easy to lie about no doubt, but not any less then it is to lie to registration.
Quote from: TC_X0_Lt_0X on April 18, 2016, 05:53:20 AMWait are you disagreeing with me? I dont know but the way your post is structured seems to be indicating that is the case, even though I agree with you and I think my posts agrees with you as well.
Quote from: TC_X0_Lt_0X on February 03, 2017, 12:23:01 PMWhat ages are we talking about?
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