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Hvala da želite prispevati v CPDL z dodajanjem del, ki so v javni lasti, ali vaše lastne kompozicije. Prosim sledite navodilom spodaj.

This page in a nutshell (za popolna navodila glej spodaj):
  1. Naloži datoteke.
  2. Desni klik na modri link z imenom tvoje datoteke, da najdeš URL naslov (začne se z "http://www.cpdl.org/wiki/images/?/??/..." kjer so vprašaji številke ali črke)
  3. Skopiraj ta URL v tekstovno datoteko, da ga boš lahko kasneje prilepil.
  4. Ponavljaj korake od 1 do 3 za dodatne datoteke - PDF, MIDI, datoteke notatorskih programov, itd.
  5. Zaženi "Dodaj dela" obrazec.
  6. Izpolni obrazec. Prepričaj se, da si vključil URL(je), ki si jih skopiral v tekstovno datoteko v tretjem koraku na mesto, ki je označeno "Mesto, kjer se nahajajo note" (za PDF), "Midi datoteka", "Notatorska datoteka".
  7. Pošlji obrazec - kopiraj izvrženi tekst v tekstovno datoteko. Pri tem ignoriraj izjavo, da bo koda objavljena v 24 urah, ker ne drži več.
  8. Poskušaj sam dodati kodo temelječo na navodilih z izpisane strani. Alternativno, prilepi skopirani izpis v prispevek na CPDL forums pod rubriko "CPDL" Podpora" in admini bodo objavili namesto tebe.

Uvod

Prvo dodajenje not na CPDL je lahko zmedena izkušnja za nekatere uporabnike. Kakorkoli že, sam proces ni tako zelo kompliciran, zato bi lahko kdorkoli z osnovnimi izkušnjami z računalnikom bil uspešen z uporabo tega vodiča. Če iz kateregakoli razloga potrebujete pomoč pred, med in po uporabi tega vodiča, pustite sporočilo na the forums in nekdo vas bo že kontaktiral.

Pred uporabo vodiča, bi bilo zelo uporabno, če prej raziščete, da pridobite čim več podatkov o skladatelju in njegovemu delu. Dodatne informacije ali povezave do strani, ki bi jih lahko vključil na notni strani, ali ko nalagaš datoteke, pomaga uporabnikom, ki bi želeli o delu izvedeti več. Torej, pametno je obdržati elektronske kopije not, ki jih boste prispevali in kode, ki bo narejena ko uporabljate obrazec za dodajanje del (glej spodaj). CPDL strežnik je doživel nesrečo aprila 2007, kar pomeni, da je bilo izgubljenih za tri mesece del. CPDL je sedaj precej bolj stabilen in tedensko so narejene varnostne kopije, vendar je dobro imeti osebne varnostne kopije za vsak primer.

Uploading files

Upload page

I. Naloži datoteko(e) na CPDL s klikom na "Naloži datoteko" (Upload file) v "orodjih" (toolbox) na levi strani vseh CPDL strani.

N.B. Boljše je, da se dela naložijo na CPDL strežnik, kot pa da so povezane na druge strani. S tem se izognemo pokvarjenim povezavam v prihodnosti. Kakorkoli že, datoteke na zunanjih straneh so še vedno dobrodošle. Če so datoteke shranjene na zuananjem strežniku, potem preskočite ta korak.

  1. Klikni "Naloži datoteko" (upload file) v meniju "orodja" , ki je na levi na vsaki strani.
  2. Pojavila se bo posebna stran z imenom "Dodaj datoteko" Ignorirajte, da je to za dodajanje slik. Izraz "Slike" je uporabljen za vse vrste naloženih datotek, pa najsi bodo to zvočne, notatorske ali grafične datoteke.
  3. Klikni na gumb "Brskaj".
  4. Navigate in your computer's file system till you can pick the file to upload. In Windows you would click to select the file then click "open".
  5. When you have picked the file it automatically appears in the "Destination filename" box. A standard convention on CPDL is to have the file name as follows: "[first few letters of the composer's surname]-[first few letters of the work title]". For example, the upload of a PDF file of a Villancico by Francisco Valls, "Alegres mudanzas" would have the following filename: Valls-ale.pdf. The standard is the first 4 letters of the composer's surname followed by the first 3 letter of the work title but obviously where the composer's surname is only 3 letters long or when it is necessary to include more than just the first 3 letters of the work title for clarity, this would be preferable. Be sure to only use alphabetic and numeric characters (hyphens and underscore are also permitted). If there is already an edition of the work you are uploading, it is possible that the filename that you enter will be the same as an existing file and therefore be rejected by the wiki software. If this is the case, try typing a "2" or if that fails, "3" etc. at the end of the filename before the extension. In the example above, this would be Valls-ale2.pdf.
  6. In the "Summary" box type in the description you would like added to the upload log so our admins will know what it is you are uploading - eg. "Midi file for Mozart's Ave Verum". It is also helpful to mention your choice of copyright for the file. This may be "Copyright assigned to CPDL" or "Personal copyright" (these are two common choices). If no copyright is mentioned in the description or on the score, it will be assigned the CPDL copyright. Please also mention the source of your edition, eg. "Johannes Brahms Soliche Werke, vol. 21".
  7. Then click the "Upload" button - your score should upload. If you see a warning with regards to file size, simply click "Save file - Ignore warning and save file anyway".
  8. You will see a page with heading "Image:[your filename]" eg. "Image:Valls-ale.pdf" and under the heading you see:
    Valls-ale.pdf (67KB, MIME type: application/pdf)
    (your name and file size will be different). The filename will be a hyperlink to the file you just uploaded. Write down the file size (in this case, 67KB), and then RIGHT click on this filename hyperlink and select "Properties" from the drop-down list tht appears. A new window will appear. Write down or cut and paste to a text file the full URL that appears (beginning with http:// ). This will be used later in the "add works" form as explained below.
  9. The example file name above is: http://www.cpdl.org/wiki/images/b/b8/Valls-ale.pdf If typed into a browser "Address" entry line it would bring up your PDF file into your browser window.

II. Repeat this above procedure (1-9) for every file you want to make available on CPDL.

Adding a new composer page (optional)

Skip to the next title, "Adding new edition information" if you want a CPDL admin to add your new composer.

III. Check if the composer of the work you want to add is already listed on CPDL.

  1. On the left hand side of all CPDL pages is the navigation menu. From it, click on "Composer pages".
  2. Click on the letter of the alphabet that your composer's surname begins with.
  3. Find your composer's name in the list which appears below the title "Articles in category "Composers""
  4. If your composer is there, note the exact spelling, special characters, etc. of the composer's name - open a text file and cut and paste name in if it helps - you will need the exact name later. The composer "A. V. Nikolsky" would need to be typed exactly as shown - periods, spaces, etc. Any composer name with special characters (umlauts, accent graves, etc.) may need editing later - check for this.
  5. If your composer's name is not listed you need to create a composer page first. If your composer is listed, skip to "Adding new edition information" below. Please double check that your composer is not listed before creating a new page. A composer with a name like Ludwig van Beethoven may erroneously be listed under "v" rather than "B" (though this example isn't).

IV. Create a new composer page.
Note: composers are listed automatically on the category page that you have just viewed. It is not possible to add composers to the category page by editing the page itself but rather by adding the category "Composers" to the new composer page (this is explained further below).

  1. Here is a template for a new composer page. See the instructions there, then follows the steps below.
  2. In the search box on the left side of the page, type your composer name and click "Go". Please make sure that you spell the composer name correctly including any accents or other special characters, also with the correct capitalisation.
  3. You will see the following at the top of the next page that appears:
    There is no page titled ":Your Composer". You can create this page.
  4. Click on the red link which reads "create this page" to open a new page which should have your composer as the title.
  5. Click anywhere in the large edit window, and then type {{subst:new composer}}. Click on the Save buttom and you'll have a generic composer page. Click on the Edit tab on top of the page to change it.
  6. Edit in the specifics of your composer you are adding. The items that you should change to the appropriate values for the new composer as follows:
    • "Born" and "Died" - as much detail as you can provide, eg. "1 August 1934" though just a year of birth and death if nothing else.
    • Any biographical information that you can provide (if copied verbatim from a source, please add a reference or if you have consulted many sources, please list these too).
    • Any publications and external links should be listed as a bulleted list by typing an asterisk ( * ) at the beginning of the line.
    • Replace the values "yyyy" in the birth and death categories with the years of birth and death of the composer (without month or day).
    • Replace the word "Era" with one of the following:
      • Medieval
      • Renaissance
      • Baroque
      • Classical
      • Romantic
      • Early 20th century
      • Modern
    • Replace the word "Nationality" with one of the following (or another if appropriate - the new category will be created):
      • American, Austrian, Bolivian, Brazilian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Flemish, Franco-Flemish, French, German, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Macedonian, Mexican, Norwegian, Peruvian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Scottish, Slovenian, South Netherlandish, Spanish, Swedish, Swiss, Ukrainian, Venezuelan, Unknown nationality
  7. Click on the "Show preview" button to see what your page will look like. Fix any typos, click "Show preview" again and repeat as necessary until you are happy. If the page doesn't appear as you expected and you can't work out why, simply move the cursor to the bottom of the window and type {{Cleanup|Your problem here}} where the text "Your problem here" is the actual problem. Someone will come along and sort out the page.
  8. When you have finished, type an appropriate edit summary in the box (such as "new composer page"), then click "Save page" to add your composer to CPDL Wiki!
  9. Click again from the "navigation" menu select "Composer pages". Check that your composer is listed there and click on your composer's name to go to the new composer page you just added.

Adding new edition information

Add work form

V. Send CPDL the specifics of your submission (info about files you uploaded) and generate the code which you will add to the composer and score pages.

  1. On the navigation menu (on the left hand side of all CPDL pages), click on "Add scores to CPDL"
  2. Click on the link "Add Choral Work, or New Edition".
  3. You will see a page with heading "Add Work/Edition" which contains an HTML form you will need to fill out to submit your scores to CPDL. Below is a list of the elements of the page with explanatory information:






Description Explanation Required?
Title of work The work title. Capitalize only the first letter and any proper nouns, eg. "The Lord Christ comes quickly". Include the opus number in this box in the following format: Work_title,_Op._n,_No._n or Work_title,_Op._n (where the underscores are spaces and "n" is a number) Required
Name of composer (First_name Last_name) Use the exact name that appears on the composer page, with the same amount of spaces, also including any special character(s) Required
Name of editor/contributor (First_name Last_name) Your CPDL registered name (your real name) Required
Email of editor/contributor Please include your email address to use if we have any questions about your edition. Required
Genre Select "Sacred" or "Secular" from the drop down list. Required
Subgenre Select from the drop down list. If the subgenre of the score isn't there, select the one closest to it - there will be an opportunity to change it later. Required
Number of voices (i.e. 4) Type the number of voices (for an SATB choir, this would be 4) Required
Voicing (i.e. SATB) Type the voicing. Use the abbreviations "S", "A", "T", "B" for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass. For Baritone, use "B" and for Treble, use "S". In the case of more than one choir, use a period to separate them, eg. "SATB.SATB" Required
Year of first publication Enter this information if you know it. Optional
Language Select the language of the work's lyrics from the drop down menu. Required
Composer's time period Select from the drop down list. Required
Orchestration List the instruments in the work (other than voices). Type "none, a cappella" if there aren't any. Required
Notes about musical composition Type here specific notes about the original work. Optional
Sheet music format (default is 'PDF') Pick the format of the primary image score file from the drop down list. Required
Sheet music location (give URL, or name of file) Cut and paste the URL of PDF file uploaded in step I, numbers 1-9 above, or cut and paste the URL of the file on an external server if it is stored there (you must include the full URL including "http://"). Required
Midi file (give URL, or name file) Cut and paste the URL of MIDI file uploaded in step I. 9. above, or the URL of a MIDI file stored externally. Optional
MP3 file (give URL, or name of file) Cut and paste the URL of an MP3 file stored externally (note: it is not possible to upload most MP3 files to the CPDL server due to size restrictions). Optional
Music notation file (give URL, or name or file) Cut and paste URL of music notation file uploaded in step I. 9. above, or the URL of a music notation file stored externally. Optional
Music notation program (only list if you are making the notation file available) Choose from the drop down list. Optional
Page size (select one) Choose from the drop down list. Required
Number of pages Type the number of pages of the PDF or alternative when printed. You may have noted this

in step I. 8. above.

Required
Size of PDF file (in kbytes) Type the size of the PDF in kilobytes. In Windows, you can obtain this information by right clicking on a file and selecting "Properties". Required
Notes about edition Enter specifics about your edition of the work, eg. transposition or arrangement details. Optional
Copyright type Select "CPDL" to licence your edition under the CPDL licence, select "Personal" to retain copyright yourself, or edit specifics of terms of use of score eg. "for religious purposes only". Required
External web links Enter appropriate links for the work in question, if you know of any. Optional
Your email address Enter your email address where we should direct questions about this upload or notify you about your file's posting. This may be the same as the address you gave above. It will not be included in the page code and will remain private. Required


Example code produced by the add work form


Now, if the form is complete, click on the button marked "Add works data" at the bottom of the page to submit the form. The code will be produced and displayed on the next page. It may be useful to copy this code output to a text file for future reference.

Please note: if you receive an error message when you submit the form which reads "unable to insert into table", this is because you have not followed the instructions at the top of the form which reads "If you use an apostrophe, you must use a backslash before it, or the program will not work correctly." Click the "back" button in your browser and add backslashes before all the apostrophes. The form should submit properly now.

Proceed to the next step to post the work on the wiki. If you don't continue, your submission will be added by a CPDL admin at a later date. This will usually be within a week of submission but it may take longer depending on the admins' free time (we're all volunteers here). Please do not submit the form more than once for the same edition unless you have been advised to do so by an admin. This is important because a unique CPDL number is generated each time the form is submitted and this number becomes obsolete if the form is run a second time for the same edition - please be patient and wait for your edition to be posted by an admin. If you forgot to include some information in the form the first time you submitted it, please email "addscore (at) cpdl.org" with the details rather than submitting the form again. Thank you.

Adding the wiki code for a new edition (optional but recommended)

Incorporating the add work form generated text into your new work page and the composer page.

1. As instructed in the generated text from the add work output page, copy the single line of code which begins *''[[Work title (Composer Name)|Work title]]'' (where "Work title" and "Composer Name" are the names that you entered). You may need to scroll horizontally to select the whole line of text (make sure that you do this if necessary).
2. Paste it into the composer page. Most composer pages are simply a list of links to works in alphabetical order but some are organised by genre and a small minority are organised by opus or the appropriate catalogue number. It should be obvious where your new work listing should be placed but if you are unsure, leave a message on the forums or type {{Cleanup|"Description of the problem/issue here"}} at the bottom of the page.

This guide now splits into two parts depending on the situation of your work on CPDL. If your edition is the first edition of the work to be submitted to CPDL, you will need to make a new works page - follow the left hand column, "a". If your new edition is not the first edition of the work to be submitted to CPDL, then there will already be an entry on the composer page - follow the right hand column, "b".

Adding the composer entry code
3a. Paste the code that you copied in the previous step into a new line at the appropriate place on the composer page, then, type an appropriate edit summary in the box at the bottom of the page and click "Save page". 3b. Move the cursor to the end of the score entry which already exists. Below is an example of the code:
*''[[Alegres mudanzas (Francisco Valls)|Alegres mudanzas]]''   ( [http://www.cpdl.org/wiki/images/b/b8/Valls-ale.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://www.cpdl.org/wiki/images/7/73/Valls-ale.mid {{mid}}] [http://www.cpdl.org/wiki/images/2/28/Valls-ale.sib Sibelius 2] )

Now delete the code which is coloured red in the example above (as far back as the end of the three forced space breaks,    ). Next, type the following text: "n editions available" where n is the number of editions that will be available on the score page including yours. In the example above, the resultant code would be:
*''[[Alegres mudanzas (Francisco Valls)|Alegres mudanzas]]''   ''2 editions available''

Adding the works entry code
4a. Now, make a new works page for your work, by clicking on the newly made red link on the composer page. When the new page appears, go back to the original output of code from the add work form and select all of the code from "==Music files==" to the last line which would be something like "[[Category:Romantic music]]". Now paste the code into the new page. Press the "Show preview" button to see what your page will look like, fix any typos and click "Show preview" again until you are happy with the new works page. Now type an appropriate edit summary and click "Save page" to save the new works page on the CPDL Wiki. 4b. Add your edition information to an existing works page. To do this, click on the link on the composer page corresponding to the work page you want to add your edition to. When the works page comes up, click on the "edit" tab at the top of the page. At the top of the page will be the following code: "==Music files== {{Legend}}". Below this, leave an empty line then copy and paste the edition information only from the code produced by the add work form. The edition information is the code which begins "*{{NewWork|yyyy-mm-dd}} '''CPDL..." and ends :'''Edition notes:'''. Click "Show preview" to see what your page will look like, fix any typos, click "Show preview" again until you are happy with the work page you are modifying. Then type an appropriate edit summary in the box then click "Save page" to save your modified work page on the CPDL Wiki.
5. Return to the composer page. Test the new link from the composer page by clicking on it. You will see your new works page or your new edition on an old works page.
6. If your works page is new, check the categories at bottom of page for broken links. Broken links on a wiki appear as red rather than blue. There will be one category link that is and should be broken. This category will be in the format yyyy-mm-dd, today's date. If there are any other category links or other links which are broken, please try to fix them if you believe that you have made a typing error. If you believe that the spelling is correct, however, edit the page and at the top type the following: "{{Cleanup|reason}}" where reason is "link to category not yet created" or "link to page not yet created". Save the page with the "Summary" box containing the following text: "Page needs cleanup".
7. Try each link for the files that you have added, such as PDF, MIDI and notation file to ensure that they point to the appropriate file. If any of the links are broken, try to fix it but if you can't, use the cleanup template as explained in the previous step to alert an admin to the error.

Help if you can't complete these instructions

"I give up! I'm a musician, not a computer scientist! All I wanted to do is post my %^$%#$ score. What ever happened to the old CPDL site?" (and similar frustrations)

  1. Computers can be very frustrating. Take a deep breath -- we at CPDL can add your scores for you.
  2. Log into the CPDL support, help, and feedback. (You must have a CPDL.org login and be logged in to post messages.)
  3. Click on General topics, then click the Edit link to the right of General Topics to post your request. Indicate the subject of your request, such as Please Upload My Score. Paste into the big text box the URLs of your uploaded files, or your remote website file URLs. Include the code created by the add work form if you are able to do so.
  4. An admin will do all the posting work, and leave a reply below your posting to let you know it's done.


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