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#: In some cases, both an orchestra and a choir coexist, and are conducted by the same [[Artist|artist]].  In such cases, both this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] ''and'' [[Proposal:Conductor Position Relationship Type Proposal|Conductor Position Relationship Type]] should be used.
 
#: In some cases, both an orchestra and a choir coexist, and are conducted by the same [[Artist|artist]].  In such cases, both this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] ''and'' [[Proposal:Conductor Position Relationship Type Proposal|Conductor Position Relationship Type]] should be used.
 
# This [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] describes a [[WikiPedia:Conducting|choirmaster]] ''position'' one [[Artist|artist]] holds with another [[Artist|artist]].  [[Conductor Relationship Type]], ''not'' this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]], should be used to describe the fact that an [[Artist|artist]] was the choirmaster on a [[Track|track]] or [[Release|release]].
 
# This [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]] describes a [[WikiPedia:Conducting|choirmaster]] ''position'' one [[Artist|artist]] holds with another [[Artist|artist]].  [[Conductor Relationship Type]], ''not'' this [[:Category:Relationship Type|relationship type]], should be used to describe the fact that an [[Artist|artist]] was the choirmaster on a [[Track|track]] or [[Release|release]].
# '''Do not infer attributes.'''  An inexperienced choirmaster is not automatically an assistant or associate choirmaster, nor is a very experienced choirmaster automatically a choirmaster emeritus.  Likewise, 'guest choirmaster' is a specific position title; simply because a choirmaster is credited with "guest conducting" on a release, that choirmaster '''does not''' automatically become a 'guest choirmaster'.
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# '''Do not infer attributes.''' The use of any relationship attribute to indicate a specific position should be documented, and not assumed. An inexperienced choirmaster is not automatically an assistant or associate choirmaster, nor is a very experienced choirmaster automatically a choirmaster emeritus.  Likewise, 'guest choirmaster' is a specific position title; simply because a choirmaster is credited with "guest conducting" on a release, that choirmaster '''does not''' automatically become a 'guest choirmaster'.
 
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Revision as of 04:15, 17 December 2010


Status: This page describes an active advanced relationship proposal and is not official.



Proposal number: RFC-264
Champion: BrianFreud
Current status: RFC
Initial Discussion



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