International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo has announced two more virtual meetings as the consultation over a new classification system continues.
Three Zoom sessions have already taken place, with two new dates now added.
A meeting on Friday (October 23) will be held for members, athletes, officials and referees, starting at 8am Central European Time.
Members from Asia and Oceania are particularly encouraged to attend the meeting.
The second virtual meeting is set to be for classifiers only.
"We are pleased with the response so far, both in the numbers of people and the feedback we have had," said Robert Fenton, IBSA vice-president and IBSA Judo Classification Research Implementation Committee chair.
"The committee and the research team have welcomed the thoughts and perspectives of members, athletes, referees, federations and coaches and it has been really interesting and constructive.
"Our aim is to ensure that as many people as possible with an interest in the research outcomes - especially more athletes, coaches and classifiers - have the opportunity to speak to us and the researchers.
"All comments and suggestions will be considered by the committee ahead of the drafting of the new classification rules for IBSA Judo."
The major consultation process prior to developing a new classification system for judo was launched in September.
It came after scientists from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU) published a series of final recommendations for the IBSA over judo classification.
The IBSA intends to have a new classification system in place for the Paris 2024 Paralympics.
Chief among the VU recommendations is creating two classification classes - one for blind athletes and one for those who are partially sighted.
Athletes from all three levels of impairment - B1, B2 and B3 - compete against each other at present.
This change would involve raising the minimum impairment criteria, the IBSA has acknowledged.