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tsh is freely available tournament management software, written by John Chew and downloadable from the tsh web site. It is used to run the National SCRABBLE Championship, the Canadian National SCRABBLE Championship, the World SCRABBLE Championship, and many regional and local tournaments in North America and around the world. It connects directly to the NASPA ratings system, and can calculate correct new player ratings. tsh runs under OS/X, Linux, DOS and Windows.

NASPA offers free web hosting to its certified directors who want to host content related to their sanctioned activities. To use this service to mirror tournament content from TSH for a tournament locally stored in a directory called event-directory when your NASPA ID is AA000000 (remember to use capital letters), enter the following lines into your config.tsh file:

 config ftp_host = "www.scrabbleplayers.org"
 config ftp_path = 'tsh'

then run the util/mirror-ftp script. Your event content will be served online at http://www.scrabbleplayers.org/directors/AA000000/tsh/event-directory/html .