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Wishlist / Feature Requests / Re: A Replacement for Gracenotes
« on: December 03, 2016, 05:22:11 PM »
That's awesome! I know that you have had many fights with your computer and it is good to see that you have finally won.

If you can recode/update the CD support to not use Sonic (and maybe update the support to be better than it was) That is a huge win for CD Playback. (Even though I can't think of the last time I played a CD) I am sure there are some examples out there.

Then onwards and upwards to metadata lookup support. I vote for MusicBrainz,

Wishlist / Feature Requests / Re: A Replacement for Gracenotes
« on: November 30, 2016, 02:21:08 AM »
Like I said, it is definitely something to look at in the future.
Sure there are better CD rippers out there and there are better metadata taggers out there. Having it all in one place makes it nifty.
With what you mentioned with the consistent metadata handling implementation for all the plugins...  this sounds like its a bigger task than it seems.

Wishlist / Feature Requests / Re: A Replacement for Gracenotes
« on: November 30, 2016, 12:08:27 AM »
If I could add my two cents...
Even if musicbrainz could be enabled for tracks already ripped, that would be cool.
I know that you don't have a CD drive connected anymore (and I think that most people might not anymore) BUT if you enabled the autotag button to do musicbrainz lookups, that would be a start and then someday when you get a CD Drive you could incorporate that?
For the future that is.

Archive / Re: Happy Thanksgiving!
« on: November 25, 2016, 01:13:00 AM »
There are two separate incidents.
The first English Separatists, known today as the Pilgrims, came from Plymouth to the New World (The United States) in 1620. When they landed they met the Native Americans (Indians) and had a feast. That feast was the first Thanksgiving. A party in celebration, if you will.

Independence day (July 4) is the day that the United States signed the Declaration of Independence document that declared our independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. A few years prior we had thrown all the tea into the harbor to protest the taxes that Great Britain had imposed.

As you can see, every time the United States gets away from the Monarchy, we celebrate.

Archive / Re: Happy Thanksgiving!
« on: November 24, 2016, 09:31:57 PM »
Is there a version of Thanksgiving in the UK? Or anywhere else around the world? Might as well open it up to everyone.
Considering that the United States Thanksgiving is basically the exodus from the UK, I would imagine that there is a celebration for being happy to be rid of us.

Archive / Happy Thanksgiving!
« on: November 24, 2016, 02:40:09 AM »
I know that there are a good number of people outside of North America that are following the development of WACUP, so you might not know what Thanksgiving is. It is a Holiday where we give thanks for all of the family, people and things that have made our year special. So I wanted to wish everyone reading this a Happy Thanksgiving and tell you all that I am thankful to Darren for devoting his time and effort into WACUP and all of you for taking the time to make suggestions and test and make WACUP the best it can be.

All the best!

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