Questions: Ireland, Cork—Church Records, 1740–1913 [Part B]?
- What is the difference between the two following Projects displayed above? Interestingly I did not request a batch from [Part B] ... since I was working on a batch from [no Part]. I am just working on Project [no Part] - trying to help complete it - not work on [Part B] ... Yes, obviously [Part B] is a brand new Project (notice no statistics yet). But my question is more particular to know the differences. Interestingly (though not unexpected) https://www.familysearch.org/indexing/projects/country/gb# displays neither Project.
- Why is Ireland, Cork—Church Records, 1740–1913 [Part B][M3ZL-4K2] resulting in error below?
Maybe the 1st one is Part A and they just aren't including that anymore?
I was able to see the share batch on your Part B and go back to web indexing with no problem. But, when I downloaded one of my own, and then clicked on back to web-indexing, I got the Error message too. Then the dreaded spinning wheel. Could not do anything except exit the program by closing the tab. I tried it thrice - same results.
Definitely needs reported. All my other batches seem to be working without error.1
Thanks for duplicating @Melissa S Himes
Yes, that is why I am reporting it - though the message also indicates FamilySearch has been notified.
I guess it would be nice to know if this is standard to have a [Part B] created toward the end of a Project? Again just related to my question #1 above.0
There are many parts to these projects. We are up to Part M of Boston Tax Records.
US, Massachusetts—Boston Tax Records, 1822–1918 [Part L] 99% indexed 99% reviewed
US, Massachusetts—Boston Tax Records, 1822–1918 [Part M] 14% indexed 9% reviewed
I think there is something else going on - lots of server errors and in my indexing group looks of comments about the dreaded "spinning wheel"1
What are the differences from one [part] to another? Are they a completely different set (need multiple parts because the part container can only hold so much of an entire collection)? Or do they include overlapping batches? Why aren't all parts released at the same time (only available after pre-indexing batch processes or scheduled release)?0
Probably all of that, genthusiast, to make the parts manageable.
For example, in the Boston Tax Records there are probably millions of images. Usually they tell you in the wiki's how many images are in a collection. These tax records are broken down into books and I don't see a total number.
Here's the wiki info link and you can browse through the various books covering 96 years of records.