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Discussions on various technical aspects of carillon instruments and standards.

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Forum rules
1. This forum section is for discussions about keyboard and design standards, the merits of various types of action, the history of what various founders have done in the past, etc.

2. If you reply to a particular posting, please keep your reply on topic. Please also do not make multiple separate postings on the same subject.

Forum Rules

Postby admin on Sat Dec 15, 2012 3:44 am

NOTE: We do screen who applies to join the GCNA Forum. Your screen name must make it clear who you are! Without that, we don't confirm you. (Examples: JohnGouwens, DaveJohnson)

Please punctuate properly, and do not use all uppercase. We will delete posts that “YELL” at us!

The moderator reserves the right to re-classify postings under another “topic” or sub-forum, to delete redundant or irrelevant postings and replies, etc. as well as to delete posts which contain offensive language or attack individuals.

You may include links or pictures in your postings, but posting of music which is in violation of copyright rules will be subject to immediate deletion by the moderator.

Please remember that what you post here can be seen by anybody in the outside world - not just carillonneurs, and not just forum members.

This forum is moderated with the best interests of the GCNA at heart. Criticisms of what we do are healthy, when presented courteously. Posts which in some way undermine the objectives and goals of the GCNA will be deleted at the discretion of the moderator.

As it is presently configured, once you are a member, your comments and posts will "go live" immediately. We eliminated the requirement to have the moderator approve every comment and post, though if we run into problems, that idea may be revisited.

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