I think the thing is that posting a list of team names on the old website, and creating a new website, are not mutually exclusive activities - it's more helpful to competitors in the moment to have a little bit of information now, even if the entire website isn't revamped, than it is to know there will be a whole new website coming in a month or whenever. I can see why a lot of the base of the site hasn't been updated, that's reasonable, but a team list could feasibly be added to the front announcement page while we're waiting for the fully updated website.EastStroudsburg13 wrote:Pika... of course they are allowed to run their organization how they want. But establishing yourself as maybe the nation's top tournament outside of nationals invites this sort of scrutiny. You cannot fault the tournament organizers for taking time to update their website, but you also cannot fault prospective teams and participants from wanting to have up-to-date information available.pikachu4919 wrote:Chill...they're allowed to run their organization however they want. Y'all can talk about all the issues ya want, but they can choose to do what they want to do about it, not us.bearasauras wrote:
Caltech's a much smaller place but there's no shortage of people willing to support every aspect of Science Olympiad. But that's probably just another reason why Caltech >> MIT.
But I have absolutely nothing to do with this tournament so I'm not particularly bothered either way.