Anagrammy History - Changes in 2000
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It was decided to extend the voting procedure used in the Special
Category to all categories. This was used at the 1999 Grand Anagrammy
A Leader Board was made available to view the scores during the
A Long Spam Category was also added.
Richard Grantham was appointed Assistant Anagrammy Archivist.
Jon Gearhart resigned as Anagrammy Archivist and the position was filled by Richard Grantham.
It was decided that anagrams of 100 letters or more must be placed
in one of the three categories reserved for long anagrams (Long,
Long Spam, and Special Categories).
It was decided that there be a limit of three nominations per
person allowed in the Special Category.
The Awardsmaster's Challenge was added as an occasional competition
where the Awardsmaster presents a verse of a well-known poem
to be anagrammed into another poem.
Name Category was renamed People's Names Category, and Place
Name Category was renamed Other Names Category.
Updated: May 10, 2016