I figure I might as well talk about it, since (I'm guessing) lots of people will be doing the same soon, too.
On the Yahoo group Sentinalia (and others, for all I know) people have been
complaining talking about the websites category being removed. I'm just an innocent little newbie here, so I don't have all that much to say, but it seems to me that people are making this into a bigger deal than it should be. Yes, I understand that people want to be included in the awards, and that for some, the only way is through their websites. However, in my lowly opinion, these awards should be a warm-fuzzy-happy way to show your appreciation for the fandom and its wonderful contributors. They shouldn't be about expecting to win, or wanting to win yourself. If you *do* win, enjoy it, because it's well-deserved, but remember that this should all be about having fun, not about a competition.
*falls off soapbox*
On a lighter note, I am LOVING these awards (it's my first year participating in them), and am happily squeeing as I nominate my faves.
What do you all think?
*smooches to all*