I talked with monkey about mood things, and started collecting some tag annotations from LB/lastfm and others to see how many annotations we already have that could be related to moods already, and how they can be characterised
I finished off a notebook which I had started which shows the results of a handful of mood models which I know of (https://github.com/metabrainz/mir-analysis/blob...), mostly confusion it seems. I'm interested to see what a larger dataset of crowd-sourced mood annotations could do to help with these kind of models, happy to talk about them in more detail - tandy1000, riksucks you were both interested in this as well
monkey and I briefly threw around some ideas about if we could do bookbrainz reviews in CB as a SoC project
I picked up a bunch of small CB tasks and upgrades, and am trying to close off all current open PRs
finally, we blogged about the AB shutdown and I spent some time responding to comments about that
akshaaatt: next up?
Last week my major focus was on cleaning up ListenBrainz and we are now looking forward to injecting the design system into it so I was progressing on getting that done.
Also, MusicBrainz revamp work is going strong and I fixed the design changes we discussed with the team a few days back.
I am hopeful of getting the work done in a few days.
Other than that during my free time I made a flask app for achieving quantum entanglement and making the first ever perfectly encrypted app!
Happy with last week :)
That's about it for me. fin!
!m akshaaatt & alastairp
You're doing good work, akshaaatt & alastairp!
(Only atj (if they’re around?) and myself left! Last call for reviews if anyone else wants to go!!)
I mostly worked on the PR to move listen min/max timestamps from cache to a pg table and some related changes to listen deletion. quite a few edge cases came up so discussed about those with mayhem.
other than that some small PRs, like fixing total listen counts on LB index page and adding a messybrainz page to LB with the intent to redirect msb.org to lb.org/msb in near future.
thats it for me. Freso next?
atj: Are you around?
I spent some time catching up on some forum stuff, incl. adding a bunch of "newly" elected autoeditors to the AE group on the forum so that they can post to the AE part of it.
Otherwise dealt with reports and flags and being about etc.
Seems like no atj, so this wraps up the reviews. Thank you for them!
And no more items on today’s agenda, so this also wraps up the meeting! Thank you all for your time. Take care of yourselves and stay safe out there!
I'll merge it tomorrow along with the other BU version upgrades
I'll look at Ansh's PR too
does it make sense to order by popularity/rating ascending too? maybe instead of `published_on_asc` we could have a separate parameter which is ascending/descending and apply that to all sort parameters
oh that sounds like a good idea to have asc/desc on all params.
MRiddickW joined the channel
argh, sorry Freso
mayhem, i'll reply to youtube people asking for clarification on details. if the response is not helpful, then submit the same screencast again and see how it goes. thoughts?
I was busy writing some Ansible playbooks and didn't notice the time. I wasn't active last week due to a family emergency so didn't have anything to report anyway.
lucifer: to me it seems that they have a general response for "the video didn't show how the search is used"
and given that there isn't a search box that someone types something into a text field, they are totally lost.
One thing we could try is redo the screen cast and add more text (somehow) saying that that when the page loads, a playlist is being resolved and that searches are being carried out by the scripts running on that page. The user never actually carries out a search.
that is the only thing I can think of.
i see. that makes sense.
they atttached a screenshot with their email and the listens there are different from the screencast so they did login and open the recent page.
and then yeah couldn't figure out what next. i'll edit the screen cast and add some text boxes with detes.