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rowi

Location: Germany, BW


Posted: Jan 18, 2023 - 11:24am

 jarro wrote:



Yup this is the right place.
We've had a few complaints from Germany recently.

Upon investigation it seemed to start with this IP
https://whatismyipaddress.com/...
Which is  reporting as a  DTAG  asset  in Hamburg.

We are hoping it's temporary.   As at the moment every complaint has involved  that node.



Short reply:
since two days or so the paket lost are gone.

—- stream.radioparadise.com ping statistics —-
100 packets transmitted, 100 packets received, 0.0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 14.070/14.660/17.168/0.466 ms

<...>
4 —- 100/ 100 =100% 100/ 100 =100% 62.157.250.190  <—-
0/ 100 = 0% |
5 15ms 0/ 100 = 0% 0/ 100 = 0% 109.236.95.175
0/ 100 = 0% |
6 14ms 0/ 100 = 0% 0/ 100 = 0% 109.236.95.227
0/ 100 = 0% |
7 14ms 0/ 100 = 0% 0/ 100 = 0% 93-190-141-46.hosted-by-worldstream.net <93.190.141.46>
hansotten

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Posted: Jan 18, 2023 - 1:24am

 jarro wrote:

Their might be an issue with the most recent Android update.   I'll have to look into this.
But in general battery optimization is the first thing to try disabling on apps having issues. 
As it has been the cause of all sorts of quirky behavior since it was introduced.   








The media player uses Android 9 and no battery,  my phone has 13,  so it is not a recent Android version or a battery problem.   Since the web player  on those devices plays without any problems, it is not network related. Seems the Android player is sensitive to small hickups/caches less and waits long to resume. 

A pity, I stopped using it, the images are beautiful, the webplayer is not so nice to look at  , but the music is fine!   
jarro

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Posted: Jan 16, 2023 - 8:54am

 Red_Dragon wrote:


Playlist is still borken.


I'm not quite sure what you mean.   Some pages if bookmarked trigger auto play.   But they require  some audio permissions  to be enabled in the browser.  Might be related to that.
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Posted: Jan 15, 2023 - 4:28pm

 jarro wrote:

Yes, sort of.  It's on the todo list.   Songs with a /  in the name don't navigate as intended.



Playlist is still borken.
jarro

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Posted: Jan 15, 2023 - 3:20pm

 ledzeplisa wrote:

Are you aware that the link for "Empire" by Bomb the Bass with Sinead O'Connor goes to the current song that's playing, rather than the correct song? Great when this song is actually playing, but not so much when it's not. :-) Thanks for all the great music!


Yes, sort of.  It's on the todo list.   Songs with a /  in the name don't navigate as intended.

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Posted: Jan 14, 2023 - 8:42pm

Are you aware that the link for "Empire" by Bomb the Bass with Sinead O'Connor goes to the current song that's playing, rather than the correct song? Great when this song is actually playing, but not so much when it's not. :-) Thanks for all the great music!
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Posted: Jan 13, 2023 - 4:43pm

Playlist is borken.
RPnate1

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Posted: Jan 12, 2023 - 2:55pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


I suspect there's a volunteer position available, checking and correcting metadata on 30,000 songs.


We are working on a tool to update the metadata for tracks in our library...coupled with some other features...
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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 12:21pm

 DrLex wrote:

Indeed, the original song release date or at least year should be the most prominently displayed info, as it currently still is in the song listing, and as it has been on the song pages as far as I can remember before the recent redesign (look at the legacy website, it still shows 1973). The particular release date, if available, could also be displayed to help listeners figure out why for instance the version of Tubular Bells I last heard on RP sounds weird, because it seems to have been replaced by some re-issue where Oldfield fiddled with the knobs.


I'm not a fan of anyone fiddling with "the knobs" except myself, either...
Other than this, industry rights & regs may be involved - which definitely tend to screw a scientific / historical approach, as we (sometimes suffocatingly) live in a free-market world, where even rice - the world's no. 1 food supplement - can be traded so a world majority may suffer from free and open trade to the point of starvation, while farmers are dependent on stock markets.

Oh well, don't get me started on this.

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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 12:15pm

 thisbody wrote:

For us elders, yes. Maybe not to an alien consumer from outer-space, though.
In the end, I guess it is a DJs choice to date an album-release. And for simplicity, it is accepted across the industry (which is still eager selling their releases). As for historical accuracy, that's a different thing, an original release date should be mentioned somewhere, imo.


Indeed, the original song release date or at least year should be the most prominently displayed info, as it currently still is in the song listing, and as it has been on the song pages as far as I can remember before the recent redesign (look at the legacy website, it still shows 1973). The particular release date, if available, could also be displayed to help listeners figure out why for instance the version of Tubular Bells I last heard on RP sounds weird, because it seems to have been replaced by some re-issue where Oldfield fiddled with the knobs.
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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 11:53am

 thisbody wrote:

For us elders, yes. Maybe not to an alien consumer from outer-space, though.
In the end, I guess it is a DJs choice to date an album-release. And for simplicity, it is accepted across the industry (which is still eager selling their releases). As for historical accuracy, that's a different thing, an original release date should be mentioned somewhere, imo.



I suspect there's a volunteer position available, checking and correcting metadata on 30,000 songs.
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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 10:54am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

Yes but many tracks on RP show the reissue date. It can be confusing, I agree, but the wikipedia link is right there so if it's important we can look there. Usually the error is off by decades so it's obvious that something's not right...


For us elders, yes. Maybe not to an alien consumer from outer-space, though.
In the end, I guess it is a DJs choice to date an album-release. And for simplicity, it is accepted across the industry (which is still eager selling their releases). As for historical accuracy, that's a different thing, an original release date should be mentioned somewhere, imo.

ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 10:50am

 DrLex wrote:

But for things like Pink Floyd, probably nobody cares that the version played here might be some remaster from 2013, it SHOULD display 1973 as it has always been the case until recently.

Yes but many tracks on RP show the reissue date. It can be confusing, I agree, but the wikipedia link is right there so if it's important we can look there. Usually the error is off by decades so it's obvious that something's not right...

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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 10:46am

 DrLex wrote:

Yes, for the classical songs it is dubious, the most correct thing to do would be to show both the date when it was composed and the date when the specific performance played here on RP was released.
But for things like Pink Floyd, probably nobody cares that the version played here might be some remaster from 2013, it should display 1973 as it has always been the case until recently.


When it comes to classical music, there are performers (artists), titles, and composers, and album releases. It just seems silly to name Antonio Vivaldi as an artist (performer). No?

Just a thought.


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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 10:28am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
MY thoughts are that those are the two sorts of anomalies you'll always find here. The Pink Floyd track was likely ripped from a remastered version and the system picked up that release date. They can be fixed manually but what a chore. And classical songs tend to show the composer as the artist, rather than the orchestra/band as it is with every other genre. So "released" becomes a difficult to define category; at best it's the same as Pink Floyd, where the release date is when that particular disc was released. Date it was written or first performed would be okay but is that really the "release" date? But I assume that the song metadata just doesn't have anything in that slot. Again, it could be a manual fix but what date should be in there?

Yes, for the classical songs it is dubious, the most correct thing to do would be to show both the date when it was composed and the date when the specific performance played here on RP was released.
But for things like Pink Floyd, probably nobody cares that the version played here might be some remaster from 2013, it should display 1973 as it has always been the case until recently.
thisbody

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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 10:03am

I guess, RP may be in need of a universal database-specialist with the recent refurbishments undertaken. 
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 10:02am

 DrLex wrote:

Something is wonky about the release dates shown on certain song pages. After digging around, my guess is that the problem occurs when the song has no full date associated with it, but only a year.
Example 1: https://radioparadise.com/musi... â†’ The “What's Playing” page correctly shows 1973, but the song page reads: “released: 2013”.
Example 2: https://radioparadise.com/musi... → should be 1716 as shown in the list, but on the song page: “released: null”…

And while I'm at it: it would be nice if the “What's playing” entry in the Music menu would act as a regular hyperlink that can be right-clicked or long-pressed or shift-clicked, for instance to open it in a new tab.



MY thoughts are that those are the two sorts of anomalies you'll always find here. The Pink Floyd track was likely ripped from a remastered version and the system picked up that release date. They can be fixed manually but what a chore. And classical songs tend to show the composer as the artist, rather than the orchestra/band as it is with every other genre. So "released" becomes a difficult to define category; at best it's the same as Pink Floyd, where the release date is when that particular disc was released. Date it was written or first performed would be okay but is that really the "release" date? But I assume that the song metadata just doesn't have anything in that slot. Again, it could be a manual fix but what date should be in there?
DrLex

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Gender: Male


Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 9:49am

Something is wonky about the release dates shown on certain song pages. After digging around, my guess is that the problem occurs when the song has no full date associated with it, but only a year.
Example 1: https://radioparadise.com/musi... â†’ The “What's Playing” page correctly shows 1973, but the song page reads: “released: 2013”.
Example 2: https://radioparadise.com/musi... → should be 1716 as shown in the list, but on the song page: “released: null”…

And while I'm at it: it would be nice if the “What's playing” entry in the Music menu would act as a regular hyperlink that can be right-clicked or long-pressed or shift-clicked, for instance to open it in a new tab.
jarro

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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 3:14am



 rowi wrote:

Hello,
i hope this is the right place for this report:

Massive Paket lost with audible Streamerrors here in Germany: 
—- stream.radioparadise.com ping statistics —-
100 packets transmitted, 88 packets received, 12.0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 16.550/17.124/20.222/0.550 ms

 pathping stream.radioparadise.com

Routenverfolgung zu "stream.radioparadise.com"
über maximal 30 Hops:
0 schroeder.homenet.local
1 router.homenet.local
2 p3e9bf526.dip0.t-ipconnect.de
3 ams-sb6-i.AMS.NL.NET.DTAG.DE
4 62.157.250.190
5 109.236.95.175
6 109.236.95.225
7 93-190-141-46.hosted-by-worldstream.net

Berechnung der Statistiken dauert ca. 175 Sekunden...
Quelle zum Abs. Knoten/Verbindung
Abs. Zeit Verl./Ges.= % Verl./Ges.= % Adresse
0 schroeder.homenet.local
0/ 100 = 0% |
1 0ms 0/ 100 = 0% 0/ 100 = 0% router.homenet.local
10/ 100 = 10% |
2 —- 100/ 100 =100% 90/ 100 = 90% p3e9bf526.dip0.t-ipconnect.de
0/ 100 = 0% |
3 —- 100/ 100 =100% 90/ 100 = 90% ams-sb6-i.AMS.NL.NET.DTAG.DE
0/ 100 = 0% |
4 —- 100/ 100 =100% 90/ 100 = 90% 62.157.250.190
0/ 100 = 0% |
5 14ms 22/ 100 = 22% 12/ 100 = 12% 109.236.95.175 <———
0/ 100 = 0% |
6 16ms 11/ 100 = 11% 1/ 100 = 1% 109.236.95.225 <———
0/ 100 = 0% |
7 16ms 10/ 100 = 10% 0/ 100 = 0% 93-190-141-46.hosted-by-worldstream.net

Same problem when I try it through my university account. Unfortunately no ping statistics because of the firewall restrictions. But, the dropouts in the stream are audible there as well.
It looks like Worldstream may have a load problem.


Yup this is the right place.
We've had a few complaints from Germany recently.

Upon investigation it seemed to start with this IP
https://whatismyipaddress.com/...
Which is  reporting as a  DTAG  asset  in Hamburg.

We are hoping it's temporary.   As at the moment every complaint has involved  that node.
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Posted: Jan 10, 2023 - 2:40am

 jarro wrote:
 Antigone wrote:

When I click on Hanna's Theme (w/Stephanie Dosen) playing in My Favorites, it takes me to Florence and the Machine, Free.


Ahh yeah,  there is currently a bug with songs that have a / in them.
 
Thank you!
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