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Re: getting repeats to play in midi

From: Tom Cloyd
Subject: Re: getting repeats to play in midi
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2011 15:26:06 -0600
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But here's the problem which I keep running into. I'm reluctantly willing to join the documentation list, but while there's plenty of references to it, I have yet to see any link which takes me to a subscription process. Why not make this easy to locate?

It makes NO sense to me to advise me (as the documentation manual does) to post to what appears to be a documentation list (and I have to infer that), when I know that if I'm not a member my effort will be for naught, AND it is nowhere (that I have yet seen) stated HOW to join. Is this some kind of perverse test - you can join if you can discover how? I just went to look for this how-to-join information again. I've clicked about 15 links. All dry holes. I'm afraid my motivation won't outlast this test.

...All of which is about a possible need for refactoring aspects of the website, I think.

I hope this is helpful...and now I'm back to digging around in the website. This information surely is buried SOMEWHERE...


On 04/15/2011 04:30 AM, James Lowe wrote:

)-----Original Message-----
)From: Tom Cloyd [mailto:address@hidden
)Sent: 15 April 2011 07:31
)To: James Lowe
)Subject: Re: getting repeats to play in midi
)I write hoping the feedback might be helpful in some way. I STILL have no
)idea where to send documentation suggests other than to lilypond-user.
)This information ideally would be in an obvious location on the website,
)and I never could find it. Kind of surprising, really..

The example in the 'Documentation suggestion' link I pointed you to

implies emails are sent to


However you do need to join this email list (like you would have done for 
address@hidden) else you will get the bounce you are seeing.

There is also a third list if you want to report bugs that you find


Again a separate list that you need to subscribe to. While it does seem rather 
complex, it really helps keep the correct discussions in the appropriate place 
and also more importantly helps in terms of searching the archives, that say 
one list with every email discussed on it.

Not everyone subscribes to all lists, which is fine and we can cross post for 
you (i.e. forward emails to the other lists if that person is not subscribed) 
but that is not ideal and we'd rather not.

However all that said, ANY contribution to ANY lists is better than nothing.

We've seen you contribution to so that is in the works now.





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knows." ~ Epictetus (c.55-c.135)
Tom Cloyd, MS MA
Private practice Psychotherapist
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