[Bell Historians] Library Committee's learned journal

LOVE, Dickon DrLove at s...
Mon Apr 14 11:58:31 BST 2003

"Another suggestion is that publication of the journal will mean that the 
Ringing World would lose out on the articles. How about the articles that
published on the Web? Has the RW lost out on these? We think that articles
a generalist nature should be sent to to he RW; we want to publish 
information that is of a more specialist nature and perhaps too long to be 
accepted by the RW." 

Is this the view of the Ringing World Committee?

Have you asked them for a view?

Will it mean the RW being confined to these "generalist" articles.
Personally I would be sorry not to see articles such as DLC's Steel Bells
Xmas Edition article appearing in the RW.

"Does the fact that there are only 100 members subscribing 
to this group indicate that there is very little general interest in the 
subject? I suggest that the majority of the readers of the RW are practical 
ringers and (generally) only interested in that aspect of the art"

Actually I think 100 Egroup members is quite a lot, especially when you
compare that with the number of members in other ringing E-groups.


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