D P Ingram wrote:
> On 26 apr 2007, at 04.23, Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
>> 2: E-address of another person thinking of the same sort of thing
>> (as "Project Gramophone"...)
>> Jon Noring <[log in to unmask]>
> Thank you. I have sent him a mail.
>> Later on, I can send you a VERY partial database comprising about
>> 20,000 of my own half-vast shellac archive (labels & catalog numbers
>> only so far...)
> Thanks. Or, of course, if the system is as good as I want it to be,
> you might be wishing to input the data so others can build upon it.
> The idea is that, for example, user X might have part of the
> information and user Y might have access to archive to add "taken off
> market on X" and that way we build and build on the quality information.
> But first I have to get something working !!
> Thanks, Darren
Sounds just like Wikipedia, hmm?
Who is going to monitor all the data input?