[uf-new] hAudio - audio-album and audio-podcast

Brian Suda brian.suda at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 17:03:43 PDT 2007

On 6/5/07, Martin McEvoy <martin at weborganics.co.uk> wrote:
> Colin you have a good point here
> haudio would not be extended far enough to suit the classical
> communities needs when you take into account that Beethoven has nine
> symphonies with a total of 37 movements with sub properties of

On 6/5/07, Colin Barrett <timber at lava.net> wrote:
> Another example: You don't mark up information about the song "Star
> Spangled Banner," you mark up the information about Jimi Hendrix's
> particular recording of it. e.g, year would be 1967, not 1814.

--- now we are spiraling back to ideas of what people "WANT" rather
than model what is being published. Another concern i have been having
about this prososal is that it is more about exposing existing company
Database Schemas, rather than what the average person is publishing.
The more i think about it, the more i realise i have never seen a blog
talk about the run-time of track 3 of a given CD. It is always, "that
CD is great, you should buy it". Which is more of a review than any
sort of media-format. We are spending alot of time trying to model a
database schema of existing companies rather than see what people are

We need to avoid, "what about ..." suggestions, otherwise we will have
more endless cyclical conversations.


brian suda

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