Now that it appears that there WILL be a 2014 CFL season, I can announce that there will also be a 2014 VGCC.
Most of you already know the rules; for those who don't there will be an explanation as we approach Week 1.
It was a bit touch and go for a couple of reasons: just days after modifying my spreadsheet to include a ninth team and 81 regular season games, a virus corrupted all the documents on my computer. The fix that I downloaded for it could not fix my VGCC spreadsheet, so I had to rebuild it from scratch. (Fortunately, I'm a programming nerd and I love doing that stuff.)
But we're all set now. The Week 1 post will appear in about a week or so.
Thanks, Big Dave. I'm looking forward to it too. Can't wait for the season to start.
Glad you managed to recover from your computer virus. And yes, backups are critical - got a few myself, including one set that I take to the office every week in case of serious disaster - but they don't usually help with recently changed files unless they are done on the fly. And on-the-fly backups are often affected by the same viruses that cause you to need the backups in the first place.
But if something's really worth doing, it's worth doing over and over again. Right?
That’s right, and fortunately I love doing spreadsheets. I think if I didn’t, there would be no VGCC at all.
I’m ashamed that I don’t do regular backups as often as I should. My computer is old, with no CD or DVD burner. I want to get an external HD to do backups on, which will also simplify the procedure on the day I finally upgrade to a new PC, but right now money is at a premium.
Fortunately the fix I got on the Internet fixed most of my documents. But the VGCC spreadsheet was one of those that it couldn’t do, I think because it’s such a large file, and very complex.
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