[Audio] Playlists and Albums (was: Re: [uf-new] item property)

Martin McEvoy martin at weborganics.co.uk
Thu Oct 18 14:58:41 PDT 2007

On Tue, 2007-10-16 at 21:23 -0400, Manu Sporny wrote:
> Martin McEvoy wrote:
> > Im truthfully appaled that Our Model that we found all our debates on Is
> > wildly inaccurate? 
> It is not. :)
> I stand by the examples, the analysis and the research performed to date
> by myself and several others (including you, Martin). I also challenge
> you to prove its "wild inaccuracy". Many people have looked at the data
> and helped to analyze it numerous times. All the data is there for the
> world to see.

I know I have seen It and you are right I have gone over it *many*

> > I Really dont think that we can have a clear Idea of what hAudio is
> > Until our our examples are re-studied without the use of a program.

Because it is my opinion that the data output of your application is not
to be relied upon

> Why do you think this approach is going to help us?

Why do you think that the Microformalyze approach is going to help us?

do you not think the Hand and Eye are a better approach? 

> That "program", Microformalyze[1], 

A 15kb Python script

> merely is an application and a
> database 

and a text file ...

I understand what it is, credit me with some intelligence please :). 

> that helps the user track the properties on each page. It can
> automatically calculate statistics and helped the process of analysis
> immensely.

This is my concern *HOW* does Microformalize do this? 

Microformalize has all the power of a high profile search engine that
can output the relevance of a given keyword in order and frequency of
occurrence correct?

> All of the analysis is still done by a human. There is no automatic
> anything in Microformalyze. Have you ever used the application?

Have you ever asked a silly question? :)

> Once again, all of the source code is there as well as the data files.
> Feel free to go over them as many times as you want to... 

I have done Thank You

> please report
> your findings back to the mailing list, 

we will see.

> I believe you will not be
> disappointed.

I'm just interested in having a reliable model to work with, which
hasn't got much to do with If I approve or not, its to do with accuracy
of data.


> -- manu
> [1] http://microformats.org/wiki/microformalyze-software
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