Re: [mb-style] RFC: Classical Part Numbering

2007-03-11 Thread Robert Kiessling
Frederic Da Vitoria wrote: 2007/2/25, Robert Kiessling [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Following up from my earlier posting, I propose to give a structure to Part_number as used in ClassicalTrackTitleStyle. [...] The proposal is explained in

Re: [mb-style] RFC: Classical Part Numbering

2007-03-11 Thread Frederic Da Vitoria
2007/3/11, Robert Kiessling [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Frederic Da Vitoria wrote: 2007/2/25, Robert Kiessling [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Following up from my earlier posting, I propose to give a structure to Part_number as used in ClassicalTrackTitleStyle. [...] The proposal is explained in

Re: [mb-style] RFC: Classical Part Numbering

2007-03-11 Thread Don Redman
On Sun, 11 Mar 2007 17:33:59 +0100, Robert Kiessling wrote: Are track titles required to be unique within one release? No DonRedman -- Words that are written in CamelCase refer to WikiDocs, the MusicBrainz documentation system. Go to http://musicbrainz.org/doc/SomeTerm (you might need to

Re: [mb-style] RFC: Classical Part Numbering

2007-03-11 Thread Robert Kiessling
Aaron Cooper wrote: On 3/11/07, Frederic Da Vitoria [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As a conclusion, you are right that I don't know any other example than the 9th symphony. For file naming, users could put the track number in first position (which is what I do). An alternative solution could be to

Re: [mailing] [mb-style] RFC: Opera Track Style

2007-03-11 Thread Frederic Da Vitoria
2007/3/9, Don Redman [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Wed, 07 Mar 2007 13:29:39 +0100, Frederic Da Vitoria wrote: Alternatively you can say: Hey, I'ts a wiki. Just delete stuff as you like, and link to the old revision of the page for historical purpose like this: