Difference between revisions of "Talk:MusicIP"

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www.musicip.com redirects to www.amplifiedmusicservices.com and appears to 404 any other links that don't go to the ones as links on the main page.  So what does this mean? [[User:71.2.179.49|71.2.179.49]] 19:26, 1 December 2009 (UTC)
 
www.musicip.com redirects to www.amplifiedmusicservices.com and appears to 404 any other links that don't go to the ones as links on the main page.  So what does this mean? [[User:71.2.179.49|71.2.179.49]] 19:26, 1 December 2009 (UTC)
 
: MusicIP has been [sold/merged/changed/acquired/foo] into Amplified Music Services. From what I understand Amplified Music Services has continued supporting the [[PUID]] technology that MusicBrainz uses, so the change has been fairly seamless to MusicBrainz' users. --[[User:PavanChander|navap]] 21:05, 1 December 2009 (UTC)
 
: MusicIP has been [sold/merged/changed/acquired/foo] into Amplified Music Services. From what I understand Amplified Music Services has continued supporting the [[PUID]] technology that MusicBrainz uses, so the change has been fairly seamless to MusicBrainz' users. --[[User:PavanChander|navap]] 21:05, 1 December 2009 (UTC)
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:: Caveat to the above: libofa still works, and genpuid still works, but they're no longer distributing genpuid, no longer creating new genpuid keys, and though they're still distributing it, they've recently updated the Mixer page to state that they're not going to support it. --[[BrianFreud]]

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www.musicip.com redirects to www.amplifiedmusicservices.com and appears to 404 any other links that don't go to the ones as links on the main page. So what does this mean? 71.2.179.49 19:26, 1 December 2009 (UTC)

MusicIP has been [sold/merged/changed/acquired/foo] into Amplified Music Services. From what I understand Amplified Music Services has continued supporting the PUID technology that MusicBrainz uses, so the change has been fairly seamless to MusicBrainz' users. --navap 21:05, 1 December 2009 (UTC)
Caveat to the above: libofa still works, and genpuid still works, but they're no longer distributing genpuid, no longer creating new genpuid keys, and though they're still distributing it, they've recently updated the Mixer page to state that they're not going to support it. --BrianFreud