As some of you may have noticed in the past, Census and Games presently takes a somewhat disorganized approach to the order and sequencing of what games start when. Today, I bring before you a proposal to institute a considerably more orderly system. The premise is simple: the creation of a single thread, containing within it three broad categories of C&G games, the first of which would be divided into several subcategories containing those games that are currently running or have run regularly in the past. These subcategories would divide up games into broad sections, such as "strategy games" (Junta, Risk, Mafia), "drafts", "trivia games", "games of chance" (Yahtzee, Blackjack), and so forth. When a game in any one of these categories ended, rather than starting again immediately (as is the custom now), they would instead be replaced by another game from the same subcategory, preserving the theme of the games being played while allowing for variation in the actual content to keep things interesting. Some subcategories would have only one of their games running at a time, such as drafts and strategy games, while others might have two or three, with the total number of active games at any given time coming to around ten, give or take a few. This would also allow us to better combat the host and game fatigue that longer-running games tend to eventually fall prey to. The first of those three categories we'll call the "A-list", which is intended for those games that have proven themselves functional already and can be played again at any time. The second of these categories is the "B-list", for those games that have been tried once already, but require further refining before they're ready to be tested again. The third and final category is the "C-list", and lists the names of those games which remain in the conceptual stage, waiting for further rule refinements and a willing host before they can progress to the next stage of the game-building process. Once a game has been run once, it would automatically move from the C-list up to the B-list, and if its second run proceeded smoothly without further issues, it could then be added to one of the subcategories of the A-list. Questions? Comments? Suggestions?