[r-t] Pealbase

Alexander Holroyd holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Wed Jul 16 21:28:24 UTC 2008

Fascinating though all this is, hasn't it got a little off-topic for r-t?

On Wed, 16 Jul 2008, Ben Willetts wrote:

> Andrew Craddock:
>> Treats them same as handbell peals.
> So for handbell peals, does Pealbase specifically record the bells each
> ringer rings?  (Perhaps it does this for tower bell peals as well.)
> What happens if, like Peter Hayward, a ringer has two non-consecutive bells?
> And towerbell peals where there are two people on the same bell?
> (Not trying to pick arguments or anything; just wondering how your database
> copes with extreme cases, with a view to getting good ideas on how to make
> my own ringing database do the same.)
> Ben
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