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View Poll Results: What music service should be tightly integrated with My Music first?

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  • Deezer

    8 8.60%
  • Napster

    2 2.15%
  • Qobuz

    28 30.11%
  • Tidal

    26 27.96%
  • Other

    14 15.05%
  • I don't care about online services

    24 25.81%
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  1. #71
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    Quote Originally Posted by netchord View Post
    stupid question, but what does MAI stand for?
    Not stupid at all.
    MAI = Music & Artist Information - one of Michael's excellent plugins. It exposes Lyrics, Artist & Album reviews. Particularly good in conjunction with Material.

    EDIT and Artist images if configured to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Not stupid at all.
    MAI = Music & Artist Information - one of Michael's excellent plugins. It exposes Lyrics, Artist & Album reviews. Particularly good in conjunction with Material.

    EDIT and Artist images if configured to do so.
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    Spotty Plugin Error

    With the latest commit done last Saturday, I am getting the following kind of error, frequently:

    Code:
    [20-01-12 01:29:48.1038] Plugins::Spotty::API::__ANON__ (1403) error: 429 Too Many Requests
    [20-01-12 01:29:48.1041] Plugins::Spotty::API::error429 (1461) Access Rate limit exceeded for: tracks?ids=67JHLdXWmpythNIQwRCyyX&market=from_token; retry after 1 seconds. Please report this issue to me. Thanks!
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    Music Service Integration

    > [20-01-12 01:29:48.1038] Plugins::Spotty::API::__ANON__ (1403) error: 429 Too Many Requests

    Is this right after a server restart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > [20-01-12 01:29:48.1038] Plugins::Spotty::API::__ANON__ (1403) error: 429 Too Many Requests

    Is this right after a server restart?

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    No actually after looking at my log, it appears that these errors begin after a considerable amount of time has past after a server restart. I will watch the log more carefully now, to verify this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron F. View Post
    No actually after looking at my log, it appears that these errors begin after a considerable amount of time has past after a server restart. I will watch the log more carefully now, to verify this.
    I don't see this at all, but I do use a personal Spotify Client ID.
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    Music Service Integration

    >> No actually after looking at my log, it appears that these errors begin
    >> after a considerable amount of time has past after a server restart. I
    >> will watch the log more carefully now, to verify this.

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    > I don't see this at all, but I do use a personal Spotify Client ID.


    I've seen it, too. In my case it happened wheneve I invalidated the
    cache and a playlist with Spotify tracks (many of them) was queued up on
    some player. I'll have to look into this eventually.

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    Hi,

    I don't know if this fits very well here, but I will post it just in case.
    Have you ever thought about managing music sources like Neutron Player on Android?
    I find that very logical and think that this could also be an option for LMS.
    A playlist can e.g. normally not be destroyed because almost everything behaves like a playlist.
    It's hard to explain how this works. It's best to try it out yourself to understand the behavior.

    my two-cents

    regards
    funkymaster

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