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Re: wikipedia page on livelooping

I just made modest changes to both wikipedia entries and place a reference to loop_(music), the more substantial entry, on Live_looping.

On 24-Mar-14 2:35 AM, Tyler wrote:
Yes! I don't think the article I linked to has ever been brought up on 
this site. The shabby one
about live looping has.
Tyler Z
On Mon, 24 Mar 2014 08:32:38 +0100, mark francombe wrote:

Its is lame, but the original article was very lame too. Poorly written, 
english, and most importantly for Wikipedia, totally disregarding their 
standards for citation of sources. I don't know who was responsible for 
it, but
it appears to be by one of the iOS developers... and theres a Wiki 
right there.
For Wikipedia to be any use, it has to maintain these standards, unless it
wants to become a forum troll trap, or a Facebook Kitchen sink chat room.
I for one would NOT be up for the job. However the more general "Loop" 
that Tyler cited
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/loop_(music)is quite ok. Despite SOME 
and a few more examples, it could be that the Live Looping page should 
just be
deleted and redirected to tis one.
On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 7:52 AM, Z <zzz@zzz.ch> wrote:
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 
their stories to rebuild it? It totally is lame right now..
Mark Francombe
twitter @markfrancombe