Difference between revisions of "History:Next Generation Schema/Release Relationships Conversion"

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Revision as of 09:51, 18 June 2009

Album--Album

DJ-mix album--album release_group--release_group ?
earliest release album--album - drop the link
live performance album--album release_group-release_group ?
remaster album--album release-release ? will need manual fixing
cover album--album release_group-release_group
transl-tracklisting album--album release-release partially automatic using release data
remix album--album release_group-release_group
mashes up album--album release_group-release_group
part of set album--album - merge the (NGS) releases and drop the link, partially automatic using release data

Discussion

  • First album release: I'm not sure merging release groups works for boxsets with reedition of original album + bonus tracks. See e.g. this release. -- murdos 11:28, 08 December 2008 (UTC)
    • Hmm, interesting case, this will definitely need to be filtered. -- LukasLalinsky 09:56, 20 January 2009 (UTC)
  • Part of set: What should be done when one of the discs has a different release artist (example)? -- murdos 01:44, 28 December 2008 (UTC)
    • In ngs-playground, I have multiple artists per release, so it would be assigned to "Artist A / Artist B". We will probably have to do some compromise until we implement this. -- LukasLalinsky 09:56, 20 January 2009 (UTC)

Album--Artist

TODO

Album--Label

publishing album--label ?

Album--Track

samples material album--track ?

Album--URL

amazon asin album--url release-url partially automatic matching using barcodes
cover art link album--url release-url add to all releases and manual fixing?
review album--url release_group--url ok
purchase for mail-order album--url release--url add to all releases and manual fixing?
purchase for download album--url release--url add to all releases and manual fixing?
download for free album--url release--url add to all releases and manual fixing?
creative commons licensed download album--url release--url add to all releases and manual fixing?
IMDb, ibdb, iobdb album--url release_group-url ok
wikipedia album--url release_group--url ok
discogs album--url release--url partially automatic matching using label/cat#
musicmoz album--url release--url ? add to all releases and manual fixing

Discussion

  • a covert art for release-group would be useful too, but I guess that could be done by choosing one of links of releases (without requiring an AR) -- murdos 11:28, 08 December 2008 (UTC)
  • purchase for mail-order, purchase for download, download for free, creative commons licensed download: I presume you mean "all releases (events) of the defunct album", not "all releases of the new release_group". -- murdos 11:28, 08 December 2008 (UTC)
    • Sorry, I didn't notice this comment before. Yes, I mean release events of an album. In the initial import, "release event" == "release", "release (previously album)" == "release group", so that's the same thing. -- LukasLalinsky 09:56, 20 January 2009 (UTC)