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I could probably do one in early August or early September, but not right now. If anyone else wants to do one, I can give you the info and tools you'd need (spreadsheet for timeline, mostly).
November and December are looking pretty good though.
It used to be a more regular thing, but now is more ad hoc.
I usually do a personal shorter Readathon (a long weekend rather than a whole week) around September 11th. I could organize a ReadaThing around then if people are interested . . . maybe Thurdsay September 11 - Sunday September 14?) I don't have the time/energy for the longer ones any more (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome).
I'll keep my eye on this space, but also feel free to PM me with interest and/or questions/suggestions.
I'm pretty sure in the discussion after the last time most folks thought longer was better as it gave more varied times for people to read, but trying it out won't hurt. I'm not sure where time/energy comes into play, though, since you only read whenever you have the free time and feel like doing so; I thought the point was just to kind of try to motivate a little to finish some books and have fun doing a group thing? So if, for instance, you were to read a bunch of hours in the first 3 days, then others could try picking up more hours in the next 3, or what have you...? Is that not the idea?
I meant the time/energy to organize and keep track of it. I'm the only one of the three people who've organized the last few ReadaThings that is available to do one this fall . . . unless you are volunteering PolymathicMonkey, then by all means have a longer one. I'm just saying that if I'm going to volunteer to organize and keep track of questions/problems with the wiki, etc. I can only do that for a few days.