Senji: you might like to either take out the code that generates links to the image, dice and signature servers on the Preferences page, copy the source for them to your site or change them to point to toothycat.net - since they're currently dangling.. ^^; sorry, they're hardwired in I'm afraid :( - MoonShadow
Yeah, I've got them marked down as things to look at, wanted to get something up and working to work out the bugs in the CGI stuff (of which there were none, but the poor thing did get rather confused by [www.ysolde]'s ProxyPass? setup).
CopyrightMatters: Generally anything I post on the Wiki may be reproduced freely, although I'd rather if you checked for large chunks of text. Any cases where this isn't true will have a notice attached.
(PeterTaylor) Especially water. It's a quid for 500ml if you buy it there, and you may need quite a bit to avoid losing your voice. Or maybe that latter bit's just applicable to me.
I'll reiterate Angoel's "Food and drink" comment. You can tear up bits of paper for counters, and keep track of life on paper (you should do in tournaments anyway) - although this does mean a pen or two are a good idea. But food and water are heartily recommended - it's basically an entire day in one room, with short breaks (depending on how quickly you register for a second event after your first finishes). Bring snacky-but-filling stuff for lunch and dinner both, as well as optional snacky things (which I at least always seem to want). --AlexChurchill
It may also be an idea, given the greasy nature of most snacky-but-filling foods, to bring something to wipe your fingers on. Oh, and card sleeves are often a good idea if you have spares. --CH (who vows to bring more food this time, as he's usually woefully understocked).
What kind of card protectors are tournament legal? -- Senji
Any, so long as their backs are indistinguishable, I believe. The plainer the better, because it reduces the chance of marking; but really, no-one bothers to check at prereleases anyway. --CH
And as long as they're not reflective enough to show the card above them when you cut a deck. --AC