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11-08-2010, 04:11 PM
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Originally Posted by tarheelhockey View Post
The more I think about it, the more I'm opposed to the idea of using a "years of eligibility" model. That's really quite arbitrary, as there's no specific reason to believe that the number of years corresponds to the number of worthy players.

I propose we auto-induct the obvious/noncontroversial by a vote of acclamation, then set a time limit (say, 1 month) during which we discuss 5 new additions. If we auto-induct 30 players, then add 5 per month, that's 90 players inducted within the first year.

How we select those 5 players, and what we do after the first year, are matters for discussion. But I think this would be the best way to get the project off the ground quickly AND leave a reasonable amount of time for intense debate over each individual inductee. Remember we're talking about a sizeable committee who will need to do research and come to a consensus, that can't be done in a week.
You really have a point.
Still... That Hall would be... Let's say we won't have the same constraints.

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