In addition to going to shows I enjoy collecting the gig posters from the shows- I don't think I'm alone. It's a peripheral space to tracking the concerts themselves but I don't think I'm alone. In particular like tracking the limited release gig-specific releases.9 votes
You are definitely not alone! I’m pretty into show posters as well and will think about this for a future update.
Appreciate the suggestion!
there's an API and libraries for pulling data from musicbrainz, and a separate library for writing to musicbrainz.1 vote
(Especially since I'm rapidly approaching my posting limit here...)
Preferably one like discourse where I could receive messages and respond via email.4 votes
I’m curious if there are other users who would be interested in a forum to discuss concerts, etc.
I’ve been receiving a lot of email lately from people with questions about specific concerts that I’m just not able to respond to. A forum might be a good solution where the community can help each other.
Allow users the option to enter their own setlist information, rather than culling (often inaccurate or unavailable) data from setlist.fm11 votes
The best solution for this for the time being is to type the setlist into the ‘Notes’ field for the concert.
Thanks for the suggestion :)
I love the site, and am a developer myself - would be glad to help fix bugs / develop new features, but I couldn't find a github repository or anything linked.9 votes
Hey thanks for your interest in Concert Archives as an open source project!
I’ve been thinking about this a little bit. It would take some work on my end to make it “open source-able” (strip out any sensitive info, write some docs, etc), so I’m curious about how serious you are about contributing?
No worries if you aren’t interested, I’m just trying to get a gauge before putting in the work.
The site is written in Ruby on Rails 3.2, Ruby 2.1, Bootstrap 3, and jQuery.
Let me know!
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