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Jeremy Pierce

One thing we've generally allowed in the past is more than one submission from a blog with multiple authors, provided there's no more than one submission per author.

What I'm not sure we should do about is when people who post on more than one blog want to submit more than one post from their different blogs. The Carnival of the Vanities regularly has something like seven posts from the same guy on his different blogs. We've never had it come up with the Christian Carnival, so I don't think we've ever had a policy on it.

Jeremy Pierce

It's usually been at the host's discretion when to set a deadline. I prefer a much earlier deadline than some hosts do. Occasionally someone even wants it to be as early as noon on Tuesday. Once it was even Monday night. Those of us who take longer to put these things together sometimes will need that extra time. I'd be very reluctant to want to impose a uniform deadline no matter what the host wishes, given that we've had freedom in the past. It's your call, though.

William Meisheid

Since you are establishing yourself as the clearinghouse for all submissions I think it would be good if you set up an acknowldegement of all submissions, so that we are sure they were received. The week I hosted the carnival, I replied to everyone that sent a submission.

One week my submission was not included and I was never sure if it was lost or not.

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