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[mb-devel] Dev chat reminder, issue 55bb3f03-c4b3-4b1e-b410-665962130786
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Statler & Waldorf
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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We've got our weekly dev chat on 2015-06-01 on IRC in #musicbrainz-devel on irc.freenode.net. We're going to meet at Regular Meeting Time [1] (19:00 UTC) [2].

If there is any topic you would like to discuss during the meeting, please add it to the agenda in the channel topic.

[1] http://musicbrainz.org/doc/Development_Chat
[2] http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20150601T19
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Shadab Zafar
2015-06-01 17:48:19 UTC
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I began re-working Gentlecat's pull on adding ratings to CB.
https://bitbucket.org/metabrainz/critiquebrainz/pull-request/239/

Most of the time was spent in understanding the existing code,
and editing the commits to allow for a different star ratings
extension.
http://plugins.krajee.com/star-rating

The new pull is here.
https://bitbucket.org/metabrainz/critiquebrainz/pull-request/270/

But, the original reason that the old pull was closed is still
standing.

The way we're currently doing things is:

We have an interface similar to MB that allows a user to rate a
release group directly from the release group entity page
(I still need to finish this.)

We also allow a user to rate the release group when they're writing
a review.

We send this rating to MB, but also keep it in our own database
(so that we can access it faster.)

The problem arises, when a user rates the release group via MB.

Now, what do we display with the review? the old rating that is
in our DB or the updated one?

One solution is to just not store the rating on CB's side.
We will still allow a user to rate the release while writing a review.
In this case no rating will be displayed on the review's entity page.

But some people might want to associate a rating with the review.

We can't seem to decide what would be better.

Any and all feedback appreciated.

Regards,
dufferZafar
Thanuditha Ruchiranga
2015-06-02 10:16:44 UTC
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Hi all,

It's a little bit difficult for me to join the meetings at 19:00 UTC since
that is 12.30 am here. Can we please shift the meeting time for 1 or 2
hours early if that is possible?

Thanks
Post by Statler & Waldorf
We've got our weekly dev chat on 2015-06-01 on IRC in #musicbrainz-devel
on irc.freenode.net. We're going to meet at Regular Meeting Time [1]
(19:00 UTC) [2].
If there is any topic you would like to discuss during the meeting, please
add it to the agenda in the channel topic.
[1] http://musicbrainz.org/doc/Development_Chat
[2] http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20150601T19
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Robert Kaye
2015-06-03 22:10:47 UTC
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Post by Thanuditha Ruchiranga
Hi all,
It's a little bit difficult for me to join the meetings at 19:00 UTC since that is 12.30 am here. Can we please shift the meeting time for 1 or 2 hours early if that is possible?
Shifting meeting times is really difficult in general. I would suggest you do as Duffer did and send an email summary of what you did in the past week.

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Thanuditha Ruchiranga
2015-06-04 06:42:07 UTC
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Ok sure I can do that :)

Thanks
Post by Thanuditha Ruchiranga
Hi all,
It's a little bit difficult for me to join the meetings at 19:00 UTC since
that is 12.30 am here. Can we please shift the meeting time for 1 or 2
hours early if that is possible?
Shifting meeting times is really difficult in general. I would suggest you
do as Duffer did and send an email summary of what you did in the past week.
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