|Subject:||Re: getting repeats to play in midi|
|Date:||Fri, 15 Apr 2011 20:44:15 -0600|
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Well, yes, we (or *I*) do seem to be running in circles in a sand
1. Notation Reference section on articulate.ly - in the page footer, in rather small font (which I have missed until just now) is a link: which takes me to Documentation suggestions. Paragraph 1, sentence 3 has the link (plural!). But all that's referenced there is the lilypond-users list. Other lists are referenced on the page, but none are dedicated to documentation development. So following this link path to its end appears to dispel any beliefs in such a list.
Incidentally, Lilypond appears to live in an alternative universe, as well as this one, since the link at the foot of the Notation Reference page takes us to what appears to be an older Lilypond website, or at least a different interface.
2. Notation Reference 5.2 Documentation suggestions contains what appears to be a discussion list which is NOT lilypond-users. Because this is in a section about documentation, I thoughtlessly inferred that this list was about documentation, and this seems the be the sole basis for my misunderstanding about this mythical list. Sorry for the mental muddle. Hopes can take to realities, but also to sheer fiction!
To the best of my knowledge there are no other places that might lead one to think there was a documentation list. More than any other single factor, my belief in this list was due to my have always encountered such a list with major open source software project.
I think it's all clear now!
On 04/15/2011 03:34 PM, Graham Percival wrote:
On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 03:26:06PM -0600, Tom Cloyd wrote: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?There is a huge misunderstanding here. There is NO SUCH THING as a documentation list for lilypond. All of our official, active, lists are here: http://lilypond.org/contact.html with the possible exception of the "frogs" list, which is here: http://lilypond.org/help-us.htmlIt 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),Please state exactly which page caused you to "infer" that there is a documentation list. I want to fix this.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.Please tell me EXACTLY where you are looking so that I can fix it. Starting with whatever made you think that there was a documentation list. - Graham
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