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Dynamic Taste Detection for XMMS

The Dynamic Taste Detection patch makes XMMS adapt its playlist randomization function to your personal taste. Songs you don't like end up at the end of the playlist, and songs you like to hear together tend to end up next to each other.

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  •  03 Mar 2002 12:58

    Release Notes: A playlist context menu entry has been added, where you can manually modify a song's statistics.

    •  12 Aug 2001 20:27

      Release Notes: This release removes unnecessary debug output and fixes a statistics collection bug.

      •  07 Aug 2001 16:01

        Release Notes: A preference to switch off ASS has been added. Drags of multiple songs are now ignored. Spaces have been changed to tabs in the patch.

        •  22 Jul 2001 23:51

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          14 Nov 2006 03:55 walles

          FairDJ
          If you want something that plays through your music collection with priority given to your favorite songs, you could try FairDJ (http://sf.net/projects/fairdj).


          It's a Java app. You point it to your music collection, then telnet into it and tell it which songs you like. If more than one person telnets in, it attempts to be fair, thus the name.


          The selection / fairness algorithm has seen a lot of trial-by-fire and is now really good.

          21 Jan 2004 01:16 walles

          Discontinued
          Due to lack of interest from the XMMS maintainers ("http://bugs.xmms.org/show_bug.cgi?id=756") I don't feel like maintaining this any more.

          If anybody wants to take over, have fun!

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