Difference between revisions of "Category:Metadata"

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Although [[Artist Annotation|ArtistAnnotation]]s and [[Release Annotation|ReleaseAnnotation]]s are probably a better place to store much of the metadata in these pages, it may be better to keep certain information in the Wiki because  
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Although [[Artist Annotation|artist annotations]] and [[Release Annotation|release annotations]] are probably a better place to store much of the metadata in these pages, it may be better to keep certain information in the wiki because
# it needs to be in a single location (e.g. [[Not Duplicate Artists|NotDuplicateArtists]], [[Not Duplicate Releases|NotDuplicateReleases]])  
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# it needs to be in a single location (e.g. [[Not Duplicate Artists|NotDuplicateArtists]], [[Not Duplicate Releases|NotDuplicateReleases]])
# it's very long (e.g. [[Miles Davis In Person|MilesDavisInPerson]]), or  
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# it's very long (e.g. [[Miles Davis In Person|MilesDavisInPerson]]), or
# it applies to multiple artists (e.g. [[Santana Vs Carlos Santana|SantanaVsCarlosSantana]]) or releases  
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# it applies to multiple artists (e.g. [[Santana Vs Carlos Santana|SantanaVsCarlosSantana]]) or releases
  
In either case, it is probably a good idea to put links to the Wiki metadata pages in the relevant annotations.  
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In either case, it is probably a good idea to put links to the wiki metadata pages in the relevant annotations.
 
 
The list below is generated automatically from [[Back Link|BackLink]]<code><nowiki></nowiki></code>s to this page and contains all pages belonging to this category:
 
 
 
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[[Category:Category]]
 
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Revision as of 14:21, 15 March 2009

Although artist annotations and release annotations are probably a better place to store much of the metadata in these pages, it may be better to keep certain information in the wiki because

  1. it needs to be in a single location (e.g. NotDuplicateArtists, NotDuplicateReleases)
  2. it's very long (e.g. MilesDavisInPerson), or
  3. it applies to multiple artists (e.g. SantanaVsCarlosSantana) or releases

In either case, it is probably a good idea to put links to the wiki metadata pages in the relevant annotations.