contacting "owner" about correction

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Today I corrected the tune name and composer of the tune used for "All things bright and beautiful" in HWC1986. The database had it as SALISBURY composed by Sonny Salisbury, but Sonny's name is Salsbury and the tune name in the hymnal is given as SALSBURY. The hymnal is supposedly "Owned" by "jasonz". I'm not clear on what that means, really; he "published" it, making it available for other editors (like myself) to correct his work, but it seems to me it might be the ethical thing to let him know. Is there a way for one editor to contact another?


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It is okay to make corrections to the hymnal HWC1986. On some occaisions we give ownership of a hymnal to people who have not gone through the editor training. This allows a person to edit the hymnal they "own" without having general access to the database.

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