reccmo wrote:On the WIMA server I maintain my own online documentation for project participants on how to transfer WIMA scores to IMSLP. The main page lists briefly which steps to take while sub pages titled Learn how to ... explain in details how to proceed illustrated by screen shots.
I encourage all of you to have a look at the documentation and report any suggestions for correction, change, addition etc. Please specifically look at the sub page documentation of the WIMA->IMSLP transfer procedure
Later I'll add a description on how to upload new WIMA contributions.
Carolus wrote:Just a reminder to all WIMA composers, arrangers and editors. Unless the work is part of specific publisher catalog like Jennifer Paull's catalog, you should list yourself as the "publisher" as making things available on IMSLP (or WIMA, for that matter) meets the legal definition of "publication" in most locales. This additionally establishes that you are the copyright owner of the composition/arrangement/edition in question and that anyone wishing to use the work for a commercial purpose needs to contact you.
If I don't hear from you at the latest Thursday September 8 2011 I take it as a consent to my proposal and will transfer your WIMA contributions to IMSLP.
I think you’re referring to User:Victorio (Jürgen Knuth), who isn’t an anglophone if I remember correctly. If so, could one of our German speaking colleagues pass on a message for him to include something like “synthesised audio” in the “Misc. Notes” field of the upload page? This would be much appreciated.
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