5x5 entry/exit is an interesting proposal, we could try to do some dry runs at events between now and WSIKF, as well as some drills early in the week... I understand the need for something like this, and it sounds very doable.
Basically, we'd set up the 10x10 in quarters... Top right 25 might go up first, top left 25 next, bottom right 25, and finally the bottom left 25.
As long as we have 1/2 dozen or more non-flying runners/helpers on the ground, seems to me it would likely take an average of 4-8 minutes to get each pack of 25 into the air barring any major complications... One hurdle to mindful of, this also means the first 25 will be holding it together for about 15-20 minutes while everyone else gets into position.
Sorry, mostly thinking out loud... Would love to hear more feedback on this.
Hi all, I've posted this in a couple of other venues, and realized that I'd forgotten to share it here.
If it will stop raining here in Portland and the sun comes out, I'll work on a proper introduction video but for now please take a moment to read our project statement at the link below... If you're in a position to help, it would certainly be appreciated and will further our kite promotion and education efforts in the future, something that I'm sure will be useful to the Rev (and kite) community at large.