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Re: Guide to Writing Orchestral Scores with Lilypond?????

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: Guide to Writing Orchestral Scores with Lilypond?????
Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2013 17:31:56 +0100
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Am 09.01.2013 13:48, schrieb Jan-Peter Voigt:
Hello Urs,

Am 09.01.2013 um 11:55 schrieb Urs Liska:

Am 09.01.2013 09:13, schrieb Jan-Peter Voigt:
I really would like to discuss this stuff with other ponders - but this list 
should'nt be spoiled with such discussions and scare new users with intimate 
scheme-expressions ...
If we would find a place to meet, we could prepare either documentation material for or for another lilypond related site. This might be 
<address@hidden>? But I also don't want to distract important development work 
in the basement!
If it really comes to a collaborative project I suggest setting up a dedicated 
mailing list.
Github doesn't provide mailing lists, so we should have another one elsewhere.
Any suggestions anyone?
with the "Posaunenchor" (brass band), I used to play with, we 
connected/organized with google groups. If all interested  ponders are on facebook, a 
group could be formed there ... both solutions are a bit scary IMO ;)
but it should be functional ...
From those options I'd prefer Google over Facebook. Not less scary, but I'd consider Google more as a platform for actually _work_ together (although this might be strictly emotional ...). Is it possible to integrate a Google group with Google's issue tracker (as I find Github's issue tracker somewhat too simplistic)?
Do we actually need a _group_? Wouldn't a mailing list be enough?


Cheers, Jan-Peter

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