Template talk:InternetCulturale

Ok, I've tried this with two different browsers now, and linking to the InternetCulturale webpages using the template (or looking for them on the internetculturale.it site directly using that particular search- though many other parts of the site work fine) throws up a null pointer exception. ... ohoh. Eric 06:35, 4 May 2011 (UTC) and now it creates the error that the URL just doesn't exist. Maybe it's moved? - Eric, 6/24/11 (update update: InternetCulturale still exists but individual work pages seem to be hard to access.)

Maybe they're not liking us linking to them? Hmmm...... Carolus 02:19, 25 June 2011 (UTC)

I don't know for sure but the suspicion has occurred to me. At least from the one or two searches I've made the manuscript scans still seem to be there, and maybe there are new permanent-links to them even (the search pages give local, but not URL, links to them, that look a bit like the URLs we have - but the ones we have - e.g. the one I keep in the footnote section of the typeset I'm slowly making of Pappalardo's (rather interesting- erm, sorry about the digression- not an easy typeset though, since a native speaker of Italian has a wider vocabulary of Italian expressive jargon ;)... I love a piece with markings like "dispetto", "smanioso" (eager) but others I can't even work out with help...) C minor quartet opus 45 (1879) ...)

anyway... they have some very variable but at its best, I think, really good stuff (I wasn't expecting to find transitional manuscripts of Martucci works there, but there they were) there. If one can't link to workpages specifically, I guess linking to a frontpage/searchbox is still better than nothing in my honest opinion and encourages others to do searching on their own, or something... Eric 02:54, 25 June 2011 (UTC)