[mb-style] RFC: Change Default Data Quality
drsaunde at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 2 12:16:32 UTC 2007
Brian Schweitzer wrote:
> I'd like to try and
> go for upgrading this to an RFV on this Saturday upcoming.
I really didn't want to get into this discussion, but I never thought it
would get this far. I will also preface by saying I haven't read all of the
comments and notes regarding this discussion (really who wants to read posts
that are pages long). I will start with a music "fact" provided by Alan
Cross: There are 3000 new releases every week for Canada only. That means
many many more worldwide, part of the best feature of MusicBrainz is that we
are able to cast a very wide net to get as many releases as we can.
By labeling a person's add release as "unvoted" or "unverified", generally
giving their edits a lower weight or lower status based on something they
have no control over, seems to be a very large discouragement to any new or
casual user. I think musicbrainz should be open and welcoming to these
users and not the other way around.
Consider that I will V and RFV
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