Obviously it is that hard because the nubmer one complaint is that people can't find camps. That said, the 2007 WWW book really dumped people's expections because there were no addresses what so ever.Rat Bastard wrote:WTF happened to common sense? Libido Lounge was at 9:10 Estuary. If you want to get complicated we were on the man side. If anything, make the mountain side an odd number. Like Yes, Please across the street from us would be 9:11 Estuary.
Is it that hard or are you that stoned?
And yes, a lot of people are "dimmed" at the event so structure is important if you want people to remember anything. Besides, this address system was made in conjunction with the BRCPO so they could find their delivery targets. It's a lot easier to train new delivery people if their is some standard to teach them. Last year, there was no standard.
The way I see it is this: We have streets (we could do away with streets if we like). Streets need a standard address system so people can find places (camps) on the streets. There was no address system in place - so we created one that was based on what BM people were already doing - but just standarized it a bit so everybody would fly in formation (for this one little thing about BM - the rest of the stuff people do is still totally free form).
This isn't that big of a deal. It's just a small little "improvement." After all if BM is going to print up the WWW book then at least they could do is have addresses in it so people can find the events they are looking for. WE do want participation - don't we?