The title of last week's post,
C15-C29 QP for IZ/KO
used enough codes to put it on the AAP most wanted list, where AAP stands for the Assault on Acronyms Program
. Let's break those codes down:-
World Championship cycles 15 through 29
This is my own numbering system for keeping track of the often overlapping cycles.
How the various players qualified to play in the cycle
The FIDE format for World Championships and World Cups since C17
Putting it all together, the post 'C15-C29 QP for IZ/KO' linked the QP page for each referenced cycle to the corresponding IZ/KO page. The earlier cycles, C01-C14, had already been done. At the end of the post, I wrote,
The next step will be to link the IZ/KO/WCup pages back to the corresponding QP page.
Since I had already prepared this in the earlier post
Qualification Paths for IZ/KO Events
(December 2020; 'To facilitate the crosslink action, I developed a table of pages that need to be changed.'), the task to link the IZ++ pages was relatively straightforward. There were 38 such pages.
While I was working on those two previous posts and this current post, I had the opportunity to review all of the 29 QP pages as a matched set, and all of the 38 IZ++ pages as another matched set. (C09-C14 had two or three Interzonals each.) I identified a number of discrepancies that I'll tackle in another post.