[Ukrainian/Russian] Vecheri na khutori bilia Dykanky - Gogol

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Post by ShiNeko » June 15th, 2013, 11:52 am

Just don't know yet were I should post it so I'm writing it here.

I thought of reading "Vecheri na khutori bilia Dykanky: Nich' pyered Rozhdestvom" (Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka: Christmas Eve) by Nikolai Gogol.
It is in Ukrainian-Russian like it was written by N. Gogol. It approximately have more than 13000 words. This book is not in good shape there - sometimes it is difficult to restore the text but I think I can make it.

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Post by ekzemplaro » June 18th, 2013, 4:14 am

Hello Nastya san,

Sounds like it's a heavy project for the moment.
We need at least 3 members to complete a project.
1) B.C. (Book Coordinator) & Reader
2) Dedicated proof listener
3) M.C. (Meta Coordinator)

To become a B.C. & Reader, you need a good understanding about LibriVox System.
You can get this knowledge while you record for a group project.

And you will also encounter a potential proof listener.
Please record more for Multilingual projects.
With short and easy recordings you have more chance to be proof listened.


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Post by annise » June 18th, 2013, 4:25 am

13,000 words is only just over an hour and a half's reading - great for a first Solo. We should be able to get a proof listener for that . If you are sure the edition you have was written before 1923 , it would be fine . It is a little long for a collection , when you are ready you could go to the new projects launch pad and read the sticky at the top and set it up .


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Post by ShiNeko » June 24th, 2013, 11:29 am

Thank you for advices! Well, I haven't planed to do it right away. Maybe in autumn or so.:)

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