[FIXED] Repeat in The Malay Archipelago Vol. 2

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barbara2
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Post by barbara2 » November 26th, 2016, 4:42 am

It was a big project and I hope I'm not nitpicking if I mention that, between episodes of drifting off to sleep (as I do when I try to process a project as ambitious as this), I noticed in Section 3, at about 13:10, that there is a repeat of "while the branches at the edge of the clearing".

https://librivox.org/the-malay-archipelago-vol-2-by-alfred-russel-wallace/

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Barbara

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Post by JorWat » November 26th, 2016, 6:28 pm

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It seems this was noticed by the PL. Evidently it didn't get around to being corrected.
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Post by annise » November 26th, 2016, 7:07 pm

We accept there will be some errors and 1 repeat in over 9 hours in a project that took almost 5 years with changes in PLers and readers does not seem to me a major breakdown in the system. I'll probably fix it sometime when I have a spare moment but I'm not prepared to allocate blame after 5 years.

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Post by barbara2 » November 27th, 2016, 12:13 am

annise wrote:We accept there will be some errors and 1 repeat in over 9 hours in a project that took almost 5 years with changes in PLers and readers does not seem to me a major breakdown in the system. I'll probably fix it sometime when I have a spare moment but I'm not prepared to allocate blame after 5 years.

Anne
Of course, Anne. It was trivial.

I was actually looking for a way to thank the reader (or the first reader, as he's the only one I've heard so far) for having done such a good job. As it seems he's not around any more, I posted the error as a way really of drawing attention to the project :).

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Barbara

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Post by carteki » November 29th, 2016, 1:51 am

Anne,
I'm happy to fix as I have time available. I'll just wait for Barbara to finish listening so that only 1 fix is required.
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Post by barbara2 » November 29th, 2016, 2:37 pm

carteki wrote:Anne,
I'm happy to fix as I have time available. I'll just wait for Barbara to finish listening so that only 1 fix is required.
Kim

Good idea, thanks Kim. I've just heard another repeat. It had also been picked up by a DPL. So I'll keep notes and PM you when I've listened to the end of the volume, shall I?

This reader is exceptionally enjoyable to listen to!

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Barbara

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Post by barbara2 » December 8th, 2016, 1:06 am

Hi Kim, as suggested by you, I am posting this in the Error thread:

I have been listening so as to be lulled to sleep by the voice of the Irish reader. So I might have drifted off and missed some. Here are those I noticed:


Section 1
3:19 ish "the walls are of stone " etc repeat,
9:28ish "Drake and other early voyagers" repeat.

Section 3 13:10ish, that there is a repeat of "while the branches at the edge of the clearing".

Section 5 18:52ish repeat "The seaway was smooth - the sea was smooth

All the above had been marked for correction by the proof listener, along with other mistakes. These particular ones do not seem to have been corrected.

I didn't notice any mistakes from Section 6 on and I stopped listening when the golden-tonsilled nlonghu gave up the project.


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Barbara


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Post by TriciaG » February 8th, 2017, 6:11 pm

The files are being replaced now. Marking this as Fixed.
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