- Just want to add how impressed I am by your work on publication pages! Richard Mix (talk) 18:31, 10 August 2021 (UTC)
- Thanks! I am grateful for your appreciation. I think publication pages are super important, because any wiki is strengthened by adding links, publications are critical primary sources, and it's an opportunity to link to facsimiles, which hopefully increases their availability for those transcribing scores. I may not be adding scores myself, but I like to think I am contributing. GeoffG (talk) 20:00, 10 August 2021 (UTC)
Croce Penitential psalms
Wotcher. Welcome to the nightmare world of Croce's multiple printings! There seems to be some trouble with multiple pages for these psalms. Even allowing for a merger of two similar pages, the categorization as a "larger work" seems to me specious - it is no more a larger work than any other collection of motets, and should be accorded the same treatment, with a bog-standard publication page. Currently the component works are double counted on the work page (or treble counted, if you include the English contrafacts) being listed both as a larger work, and as individual items. The problem seems to stem from the fact that Sabine Cassola often directs that works are lumped together in proprietary (non-standard) bundles. Cjshawcj (talk) 09:30, 7 July 2021 (UTC)
P.S. After writing the above, I have noticed that today a new proprietary bundle has been posted (Tomkins Seven penitential psalms). This too is double-counted on the composer page. I don't believe that editorial repackaging should be incorporated on CPDL workpages. What is the party-line?Cjshawcj (talk) 10:04, 7 July 2021 (UTC)
Welcome to adminship!
Hi Geoffrey, thank you for accepting our invitation to become an admin on CPDL! A complete list of what an admin can do is available here, but only a fraction of these are used more often: deleting and undeleting pages, protecting pages from editing by ordinary users (usually only done for highly-used templates), and dealing with users (blocking, occasionally merging or renaming usernames etc.) Don't worry about these things for now, you'll get used to the tools as the situation arises to use them. You may want to have a look at this Wikipedia page that explains more thoroughly each of the tools (but take into account that there are minor differences in use between Wikipedia and CPDL). Your name was added to our table of administrators, feel free to edit it and include in the list any other languages you may know. When in doubt, you may always ask for help from me or any of the other active admins in that list. Regards, —Carlos (talk) 22:12, 4 October 2021 (UTC)