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Posted: Ok, one new think I was thinking about. I can imagine set of tricks not like a cycle of random moves, but like consecution of beat numbes. Its an inspiration from balls and diabolos, but its not dependent on level but plane.
Example from weave family: 333 - BTB Weave 323 - BTB Weave waist wrap and st. like that.
Actually, don't bother - I was feeling generous so did one for you... [Old link] is a rather large thread about poi notation that's got some siteswap type goodness in.
The main problem I see with a notation system in general is that there's loads of stuff that it's never going to be able to describe. However standard siteswap doesn't distinguish between a 3 ball cascade and a 3 ball mills mess but it's still incredably useful, I say a standardised notation system for poi is a great idea
But there's no sense crying over every mistake. You just keep on trying till you run out of cake.