A synopsis of the sutta should go here. Try to make the description
interesting and draw the reader to want to download and listen to it, if
possible. You may use verbatim the description given at accesstoinsight.org or modify it.)
Snp 1.3 PTS: Sn 35-75 Khaggavisana Sutta: A Rhinoceros audtip.org
(note that the horizontal divider lines that demarcate the invisible table can be deleted with backspace or "delete" key)
Checklist for creating a sutta index entry
- The page title should be the same as the audio file's ID3 Title tag, including the zero-padded number and alternate citation if their is one. You can add other English title translations from other translation that exist in print or on the web. Separate them with semicolons.
- enter translator info, change sutta text link to point to direct web sutta page, such as accesstoinsight.org/.../
select appropriate reader, grab link to reader bio page from https://sites.google.com/a/audtip.org/audio-tipitaka/the-team
change length of audio file (playing time min, sec)
- change hyperlink to the download file. typically, that would be the
audio file residing in a "cabinet" webpage created with googlesites in a
"files" directory (usually one level up from current page)
enter date recording was made
select appropriate license hyperlink from https://sites.google.com/a/audtip.org/audio-tipitaka/recording-license-and-text-copyrights
If you have an archive.org account (it's free and easy to get one), you
can upload a backup copy for your file there, and set the hyperlink
accordingly. Otherwise, let an MC upload a backup to archive.org, where
they usually put it in one of these locations:
the footer sutta description (usually copied from header of an ATI
sutta) for its english-ized pali word, PTS citation and non zero padded
citation for better internal google search results.
- delete extraneous template instructions, such as this checklist, and the inviso table top and bottom border.