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Re: wikipedia page on livelooping
Actually I guess most of us wouldn't be up for it including myself.
Does anyone here actually have some experience with wikipedia beyond
Maybe if some benevolent soul would offer to edit the page with some
contents discussed on this list... ;)
On 24 mars 2014, at 12:33, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Mark F says
>>> I for one would NOT be up for the job.
> me neither, don't think I'm indepedant enough.
>>> However the more general "Loop" aricle that Tyler cited
>>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/loop_(music) is quite ok. Despite SOME
>>> additions, and a few more examples, it could be that the Live Looping
>>> page should just be deleted and redirected to tis one.
> Well, if we have a *reference* to support the idea that live-looping
> is some kind of art form in it's own right then surely
> it can have it's own page.
> But what exactly qualifies as a reference?
> I learned a bit from that article.
> Standard way to spam wikipedia for self promotion is to write
> bits of biog then do a bogus reference which is actually one of your
> youtube vids.
> Then it it *looks* like you're playing fair with wikipedia.
>>> On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 7:52 AM, Z <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
>>> Hello all!
>>> Some guy or admin decided to decimate the wikipedia page on
>>> livelooping. I tried to undo his changes but with no success, says
>>> there needs to be more 'references'... It might be a good time for
>>> those of us who'd be eager to share their stories to rebuild it? It
>>> totally is lame right now..
>>> /_Mark Francombe_/
>>> www.markfrancombe.com <http://www.markfrancombe.com/>
>>> www.ordoabkhao.com <http://www.ordoabkhao.com/>
>>> http://www.looop.no <http://www.looop.no/>
>>> twitter @markfrancombe