Hello Campusstellae and welcome to the Choral Public Domain Library! (or CPDL for short) Thank you for your contributions so far, I look forward to more! I hope that you decide to remain part of the community. If you want to get involved further, please refer to the volunteers page and engage in discussions on the forums.
Thanks you for your recent submission of Missa Ferialis (Catedral de Granada). There were a couple of problems with the page, namely the categories, voicing, NewWork template and the lack of a CPDL number. I have since corrected all of those issues, the most important being the CPDL number and NewWork template. If the NewWork template does not have the correct date, the new score will not be shown on the Main Page and every edition must have a unique CPDL number to identify it. You are required to supply your real name for submissions and I would appreciate it if you could add that to the new score, imediately after where it says "Editor".
All of the problems which I explained above may be solved simply by running the "Add Work/Edition" form, accessable via the link on the left of every page, "Add scores to CPDL". Once you have submitted the form, the page code for your new edition will appear: please copy and paste this code into the appropriate new pages and save them. Running the "Add Work/Edition" form is the easiest way to solve these problems. If you have any other difficulties or questions, please feel free to leave a message on my talk page and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Regards --Bobnotts talk 02:26, 24 July 2007 (PDT)
Missing CPDL numbers and Editor names
Your recent score submissions, while welcome, are all lacking both CPDL numbers and the name of the editor for each score. See the above message for the proper way to submit scores (and obtain CPDL numbers). Thank you. -- ChuckGiffen 06:06, 21 August 2007 (PDT)
Campusstellae: I have just moved the majority of the editions that you have submitted to CPDL to your user page pending inspection by the admins. It has been brought to our attention that some of these files are at best deceptive and at worst plagiarised. You may expect further developments in due course. --Bobnotts talk 09:01, 24 August 2007 (PDT)