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bug #26161: give every artist, every track and every album in our tables a unique id

Submitted by:  Matt Lee <mattl>
Submitted on:  Sun Apr 12 07:37:37 2009  
 
Category: NoneSeverity: 5 - Blocker
Item Group: NoneStatus: None
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: Clint Adams <clint>
Open/Closed: Open

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Sun May 10 02:08:23 2009, comment #3:

Changing things to use id fields in Artist and Album tables will be difficult until the stable branch and trunk are close to sync'd again.

Clint Adams <clint>
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Sun May 3 01:13:13 2009, comment #2:

This is pretty tricky given the condition of the data. We can use mbids to identify accurate artists, albums, and tracks, and for the scrobbles which lack mbids (which is sadly most of them), we can add some intelligence to check for unique artist-track combinations and identify artists that way, hoping that two bands with the same name won't release a track with the same name.

Clint Adams <clint>
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Tue Apr 28 01:40:46 2009, comment #1:

How can we use the brainz data with this?

Matt Lee <mattl>
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Sun Apr 12 07:37:37 2009, original submission:
Matt Lee <mattl>
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