Just to clear something up - I do not have any copies of any of the scores that I have uploaded on IMSLP (unless they are my own compositions). So if you want to ask me to send you Kurgustastavnat's 37th Piano Concerto for Solo Flute, I simply don't have it any more.
So, I am Laonikos, a
22-year 23-year old musician and wilderness guide currently living and working in Finland. I'm not an active member on IMSLP anymore, though I used to help a lot around when the site was smaller, mainly uploading scores and translating stuff into Greek. That was when I was young, with no social life and a hell of a lot of free time in my hands. Now life caught up with me and I am doing things I love, so I contribute to IMSLP (and Wikipedia) significantly less than I used to (read: close to nought).
About music, I agree passionately with Christopher Small about musicking, and some of my favourite readings on music are: Free Play: Improvisation in Life and Art (Nachmanovitch, 1990); Music, Society, Education (Small, 1977); Musicking (Small, 1998); Engaged Passions (Renshaw, 2010); Music in Motion (Clausen et al, 2010); Search and Reflect (Stevens, 1985).
I believe music is a verb, not a noun, and it is a process whose value is not judged by the price of a score or a CD, but by the change it brings to the people involved.
I also like white chocolate and baking my own bread.