I am working on bioinformatics now, and I think that community-contributed annotation to biological sequences is a neat thing. I would like to suggest that BC/BF, with a members base that parallel the population of molecular biologists, might be able to do something similar: annotating badminton matches! Just so that BC/BF members know what a biological sequence annotation looks like, it consists of the sequence itself, and specially formatted comment fields giving the start and end of interesting regions in the sequence, and what these regions are supposed to be (genes, promoters, etc). Some of the commented regions are not experimentally proven to be genes, but they are included and labeled as guesses, so that others can do an experiment to confirm them, or improve on these guesses. I imagine that an annotated badminton match would consist of: 1. The score history 2. For each point (OSS/NSS) or change of serve (OSS), a breakdown of the rally into the various shots. 3. For each rally, comments inserted at the appropriate shot to suggest what each player has done right or wrong. A properly annotated match, I believe, would be very helpful to BC/BF members in learning about the more subtle aspects of badminton gameplay. I am not sure the forum software would support such a thing, but what do other BC/BF members think?