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En undran. Först ett tack för kompletteringarna, men varför ändrade du vissa låtar från stora begynnelsebokstäver till mig små? Vilken betydelse har det?

So you mean https://wiki.musicbrainz.org/Style/Language/Swedish for Using Swedish spelling rules?
How do other new Swedish users know what you're referring too? In my native language I would write songtitles also in another way than being used here.
It is important for us all to be as transparent and clear as possible in sharing information.

bq. Hi, I'm relying to your comment https://www.setlist.fm/user/WilliamLindblom?comment=63d54aab (Is there a better way to communicate, i.e. by mail or chat instead? This seems clunky)
I don't know what more information is needed when correcting a song that is a cover. It is an easily verifiable fact and not a question of what song was played or not. "This song is a cover by XYZ and not an original song" IS the "why" I edited the setlist. It just happens to also be obvious when looking at what is edited.
Do you need links to external sources to back up simple edits like correcting a song being a cover? In this case it's similar to "I was there" in trustworthiness of the material because these songs are well known in Sweden. So if "I was there and remember it being played" is enough of a source, why wouldn't "I know that this song is a cover by XYZ since it's common knowledge" be enough as a source?
I'm just asking because I don't quite get what is needed as a source in these cases so I can do the correct thing moving forward.

Well e.g. a link showing both songs are the same and were recorded by the artist you mention as the original certainly would be a good idea.
I searched for it myself, which should have been done by you in your edit

It's not because the song has been written by someone that on setlist.fm it is considered an original. it has to be recorded by this person or artist.

As I said this may be very obvious to you, but be sure to explain why you edited the setlist. Don't explain what you've edited as this is obvious to the viewer.

Hi there,

I noticed you mentioned just what you did on setlists to bypass the mandatory edit comment feature.
This may be obvious to you.
"Be sure to explain why you edited the setlist. Don't explain what you've edited as this is obvious to the viewer."
Setlist.fm is a wiki-effort, and it is important for us all to be
****as transparent and clear as possible in sharing information. ****
To ensure that edits are verified for other users, and to avoid unnecessary discussions and save a lot of time in the future, edit comments have been made mandatory for all users.
Please ensure that you share informative comment with future edits, so that everybody understands where you received the information you're contributing.

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