From: Tony Wilcox [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Tony Wilcox
Sent: 21 June 2007 11:07
Subject: RE: UKMM2007 30th June 2007Hi DuncanF1 is open - we'll organise the order on the day.I agree that solvers should be last, but the drag-race put paid to that. Competitors (Derek, Pete etc) were concerned that running the drag-race before the maze solver would most likely lead to damaged mice, and therefore no solver competition! Maybe we should drop the drag race from UKMM and run it only at ROBOtic?TonyTony Wilcox GRSC PhD CEng MIETUniversity of Central England, BirminghamTechnology Innovation CentreBirmingham B4 7XGUK
From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of Duncan Louttit
Sent: Thu 21/06/2007 9:56 AM
Subject: RE: UKMM2007 30th June 2007Hi Tony,Looks good to me. There was some talk of an open F1 competition, has this been allowed for?For next year, please consider the timing for maze solvers. I consider this to be the "big event" (even though I don't always enter!). Would it be better as the last item on the agenda? I always find events after the maze solver a bit of an anticlimax. This is a minor point and it is not a good idea to change this year's plan at this stage.Regards,Duncan-----Original Message-----
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Tony Wilcox
Sent: 21 June 2007 01:07
Subject: UKMM2007 30th June 2007Hi everyone,A preliminary schedule for UK Micromouse 2007 is now posted on http://micromouse.tic.ac.uk
I have been advised that Schools require plenty of practice and fix-it time ( though this is nothing new for the others!), so I have allocated the entire morning session for this. This also gives a lot of leeway for Schools teams to get themselves to Millennium Point during the morning.
As the other competitions require/usually have heats (i.e. practice), those heats will be run during the morning.
All finals will run during the afternoon if is this is possible - it may be that we have to run in parallel to do this. All maze finals will run in the full-size maze in the theatre.
Suggestions welcome, but at this stage I can't be any more specific.
RegardsTonyTony Wilcox GRSC PhD CEng MIETUniversity of Central England, BirminghamTechnology Innovation CentreBirmingham B4 7XGUK