Over the weekend I got my ballot for the HMGS Inc election for officers. Nothing too exciting and I don't have either a horse in the race, or a horse I'd like to take out of the race, so I'll persuse the option and perform my due-given right and vote.
Two minor quibbles.
The biographies on the website suffer from poor font, a run on paragraph, and single spacing after periods. Yes, single spacing is the "norm" I hear from the publishing police (even worse than the grammar police), but the other two faults in the format could easily be glossed over a double space at the end of each sentence created the a paragraph of run-on sentences, versus a run-on paragraph.
Second, there's got to be a better format than the biography/platform format. I don't want overly structured Q&A, like a newspaper interviewing judicial candidates, but harping on being a grognard and successful at your business/career doesn't win me over. I can't remember any board nominees who were under-educated, unemployed, and just started playing historical wargames at the last con.
The HMGS newsletter was recently released as well. Since the newsletter is a labor of love for Bob and Cleo Liebl, it's not surprising to find the contents of it to be one article on Fall-in! attendance, and the reset each game that they played in/ran at Cold Wars. It was surprising to see they played in our Gnome Wars mega-game, center table.