"CHris902" wrote:Yup. Adam Dantus was the webmaster for the PBL. It's not like the website was ever up to date though, particularly in the off season. (I don't pin that one on Dantus - he was also the GM for the ______ Hawks and shouldn't be expected to do both)
Even in the minor leagues, webmaster and GM are different level jobs. Considering how little there is to do during the off-season, they could hire a service to maintain it when they're not playing and then hire someone dedicated during the season only for the heavy work.
"Buffalo Super Fan" wrote:I think a lot of you guys are right. But that costs money, and the PBL in my opinion just doesn't have that type of money to maintain a NBA, NFL, NHL and MLB quality website that costs a lot money to hire people for that.
To have a league site like MLB, yeah, that costs money. But it's well within the league's budget to have someone take care of the website as it is presently designed. During the off season it shouldn't even be a full time job.
However it is the off season, so there is no sense of urgency to update things constantly.
They are in the middle of negotiating with many teams and cities, so you might as well wait until you have enough new info before you make changes.
I'll tell my boss I am off season, and I won't go work, yes, nice, yes, sensational...very good, thanks a lot.