Hello I am Korski, I make long posts, and I would like to be in this PRC because I want a say in the future of what is basically the only reason I have anything to do with any aspect of Pokemon to begin with.
I began my experience with CAP at the very start of the Cyclohm process and have been pretty well-committed since then. I was on a few PRCs back then iirc, definitely on the CAP10 PRC because of the social group, as well as the gen. IV CAP revision committee. In gen. V, I am known for submitting the winning concepts for CAPs 1 and 2, for submitting the winning movepool and lolpokedex submissions for CAP4, and for winning the Tomohawk playtest (then writing the Tomohawk OU analysis afterward). Beyond those, I am no stranger to final polls
, so I can hopefully say with confidence that I have credibility to back up my experience. I know this project and this community well.
Most of my activity is done over at #cap, which is where everyone in this forum should be when they can be, as that's the place where CAP's best users throw every discussion under a microscope and hash them all out in real-time debate. Especially for new users, IRC is by far the best way to get acquainted with the sort of "background thinking" that goes into just about every effective post in this entire forum.
In the forums, I'm one of the posters who's modus operandi is the tl;dr wall-of-points method, which I use because I want to be thorough and avoid having to come back time and time again and risk thread-hogging. So when I post, I make it count. I have been keeping a close eye on the progression of how the process works, especially how the "strong TL" model has shifted and morphed over time into something more of a "benevolent dictator." With the sneak PReview (get it?) Doug's given, I can already see a number of topics I can't wait to get going on.