[Rhythmbox-devel] Fwd: Last.fm Recommendations Plugin
- From: Alexandre <airmind gmail com>
- To: rhythmbox-devel gnome org
- Subject: [Rhythmbox-devel] Fwd: Last.fm Recommendations Plugin
- Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2007 15:15:47 -0200
I just found I sent this message to the wrong place. Well, here it is:
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airmind gmail com
Date: Nov 19, 2007 1:46 AM
Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Last.fm
To: Piotr Gaczkowski <doomhammerng gmail com
By popular demands, the next song is now completely random. For my tests it went really well (as far as it can go, it chooses some really strange tracks sometimes). As always, any feedback is welcomed (including those folks who couldnt even load it. Try to include more information, do you have Python installed? Could all the other python plugins load?)
Now It saves the dynamic toggle state. I'm doing this new UI for
setting how much songs to be added each time. It shouldn't take long,
I'm just not sure it is really needed. The new source is coming, but
might take a while.
In the meanwhile, I'll try to add Last.fm
keywords to the Rhythmbox library (even if there is no GUI).
And I've done a Cover art browser, which right now only browses current
covers. It could download new ones, but I depend on an ugly bug in the
cover art plugin (not really a bug, since it doesn't affect the cover
art plugin, but keeps my plugin from noticing it couldn't download the
cover). I'll post it later if I figure a way to fix it.
On Nov 18, 2007 12:40 PM, Alexandre <
airmind gmail com
For me it isn't as bad, but it is a problem. Doing a new source for it could solve these problems, but I already have fixes that will improve it. I'll post as soon as it's ready.
On Nov 18, 2007 8:45 AM, Piotr Gaczkowski <doomhammerng gmail com
I kept testing it thorugh the night and I found out that after 52
tracks it comes back to the first one played and then plays exactly
the same tracks as before proving it isn't really well randomized. Is
this a known behaviour and can anything be done with it?
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