Would it be possible for your scheme to work with local files, i.e.. having
a cumulative series file on a local hard disc?
A certain calls I maintain cumulative series for have requirement that
competitors must take part in at least one of three nominated races, but
that they can only score their best result if they do more than one of the
nominated races. This result is added to the best four scores in all other
races except the three nominated races of which they must complete at last
Hope that makes sense. I can send you an Excel spreadsheet I put together
to do the results, it is not very pretty.
Your idea would also possibly work for clubs where they have certain
nominated race days that contribute to a trophy result, for example a Four
Seasons Cup where a race day in each season is nominated for use in the
results of the Four Seasons Cup.
From: Colin Jenkins [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, April 04, 2003 1:10 AM
Subject: [sailwave] cumulative series across N clubs
A common requirement has been to maintain an overall series during a seasons
racing, where each 'race' in the series represents the final position of the
competitors in an event; e.g. a series of TT events. I think I can see a
Club A runs their event if N races as normal.
Club A opens the cumulative series from a web site. (new)
Club A exports the positions of their event into race N of the cumulative
Club A saves the cumulative series back to a web site. (new)
Ditto club B,C...
This results in N local sets of results, one for each event of M races, but
also maintains an overall series based on the positions of each individual
series - this summary series can be downloaded and scored at any time.
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