Difference between revisions of "Category:Relationship Attribute"

From MusicBrainz Wiki
Line 8: Line 8:
 
|}
 
|}
 
|}
 
|}
 
 
 
[[Advanced Relationships|Advanced relationships]] may have attributes.  The attributes which are allowed depend on the [[Advanced Relationship Type|advanced relationship type]].   
 
[[Advanced Relationships|Advanced relationships]] may have attributes.  The attributes which are allowed depend on the [[Advanced Relationship Type|advanced relationship type]].   
  
This page lists all possible attributes. The attributes and the values they can have are described on the respective page.
+
== Attributes==
 
 
 
{{:Additional Relationship Attribute}}
 
{{:Additional Relationship Attribute}}
----
+
{{:Bonus Relationship Attribute}}
; [[Bonus Relationship Attribute]]
+
{{:Co Relationship Attribute}}
:  
+
{{:Date Relationship Attribute}}
; [[Co Relationship Attribute]]
+
{{:Description Relationship Attribute}}
:  
+
{{:Executive Relationship Attribute}}
; [[Date Relationship Attribute]]
+
{{:Founder Relationship Attribute}}
: This attribute specifies a begin and end date of the relationship.
+
{{:Guest Relationship Attribute}}
; [[Description Relationship Attribute]]
+
{{:Instrument Relationship Attribute}}
:  
+
{{:License Relationship Attribute}}
; [[Executive Relationship Attribute]]
+
{{:Minor Relationship Attribute}}
:  
+
{{:Orchestra Relationship Attribute}}
; [[Founder Relationship Attribute]]
+
{{:Parody Relationship Attribute}}
:  
+
{{:Translated Relationship Attribute}}
; [[Guest Relationship Attribute]]
+
{{:Transliterated Relationship Attribute}}
: This attribute indicates a 'guest' performance where the performer is not usually part of the band.
+
{{:Vocal Relationship Attribute}}
; [[Instrument Relationship Attribute]]
 
: This attribute describes the possible instruments that can be captured as part of a performance.
 
; [[License Relationship Attribute]]
 
: This attributes specifies a type of license used to release music under.
 
; [[Minor Relationship Attribute]]
 
: This attribute describes if a particular cooperation was considered minor.
 
; [[Orchestra Relationship Attribute]]
 
: This attributes specifies a type of orchestra.
 
; [[Parody Relationship Attribute]]
 
:  
 
; [[Translated Relationship Attribute]]
 
:  
 
; [[Transliterated Relationship Attribute]]
 
:  
 
; [[Vocal Relationship Attribute]]
 
: This attribute describes a type of vocal performance.
 
 
 
<!--
 
# additional (This attribute describes if a particular performance role was considered normal or additional.) (0)
 
# bonus (Indicates a bonus disc) (0)
 
# co (co-[role]) (0)
 
# executive (For executive producers) (0)
 
# guest (This attribute indicates a 'guest' performance where the performer is not usually part of the band.) (0)
 
# minor (This attribute describes if a particular cooperation was considered equal or minor.) (0)
 
# parody (This attribute indicates a cover with satirical, ironic, or otherwise humorous intent. Parodies in most cases have altered lyrics.) (1)
 
# transliterated (Transliterated track listings don't change the language, just the script or spelling.) (1)
 
# orchestra (This attribute describes a type of orchestra.) (4)
 
    *      Symphony (Symphony orchestra) (0)
 
    *      Chamber (Chamber orchestra) (1)
 
    *      Other (Other orchestra) (2)
 
# license (a license used to release music under) (5)
 
    *      Creative Commons (Creative commons licenses) (0)
 
          o            Attribution (by) (Creative commons attribution license) (0)
 
          o            Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) (Creative Commons Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) license) (0)
 
          o            Attribution Non-commercial (by-nc) (Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial (by-nc) license) (0)
 
          o            Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) (Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) license) (0)
 
          o            Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) (Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) license) (0)
 
          o            Attribution Share Alike (by-sa) (Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike (by-sa) license) (0)
 
          o            Noncommercial Sampling Plus (Creative Commons Noncommercial Sampling Plus licenses) (0)
 
          o            Public Domain (The linked music has been placed into the Public Domain) (0)
 
          o            Sampling (Creative Commons Sampling License) (0)
 
          o            Sampling Plus (Creative Commons Sampling Plus license) (0)
 
# translated (This attribute indicates a cover with the lyrics in a different language than the original.) (8)
 
 
 
 
 
PARC proposal:
 
Spiritual Kinship Relationship Attribute
 
Step Kinship Relationship Attribute
 
Half Kinship Relationship Attribute
 
-->
 
  
 
==Additional information==
 
==Additional information==
  
 
* See [[Advanced Relationship Attribute Syntax]] for the syntax that specifies how such attributes are displayed.  
 
* See [[Advanced Relationship Attribute Syntax]] for the syntax that specifies how such attributes are displayed.  
* The operational and up-to-date list is at [http://musicbrainz.org/edit/relationships/link_attrs.html http://musicbrainz.org/edit/relationships/link_attrs.html]  
+
* The operational and up-to-date list of attributes is at [http://musicbrainz.org/edit/relationships/link_attrs.html http://musicbrainz.org/edit/relationships/link_attrs.html].[[Category:Advanced Relationship]]
 
 
{{AdvancedRelationshipFooter}}
 
 
 
[[Category:Advanced Relationship]]
 

Revision as of 22:11, 24 March 2010

Advanced relationships may have attributes. The attributes which are allowed depend on the advanced relationship type.

Attributes

Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. License Relationship Attribute Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Orchestra Relationship Attribute Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using. Relationships are a way to represent all the different ways in which entities are connected to each other and to URLs outside MusicBrainz. To know more about how to add them, see How to Add Relationships.

Relationship types

There are a huge number of different relationship types. The lists (organised per types of entities they connect) can be checked at the relationship type table.

Guidelines

Please see the general guidelines for relationships, the guidelines for URLs, and also the documentation for the specific relationship type you're using, accessible from the relationship type table.

Credits

Credits allow indicating that, for example, songwriting was credited to an artist's legal name, and not his main (performance) name.

Attributes

Relationships can have attributes which modify the relationship. There is a list of all attributes, but the attributes which are available, and how they should be used, depends on the relationship type, so see the documentation for the relationship you want to use for more information.

Dates

Some relationships have two date fields, a begin date and an end date, to store the period of time during which the relationship applied. The date can be the year, the year and the month or the full date. It is optional, so it can also be left blank. As with other attributes, see the documentation for the relationship types you are using.

Additional information

This category currently contains no pages or media.