looks like it pulls info from the "top tracks last week" chart. Would it be possible to add an option for the "top tracks in the last 6 months" chart? That would make this plugin even more amazing.
It is possible to grab all kinds of charts and generate playlists out of them. But I'm a very lazy person, and don't need that - so I can't promise anything .Quotelooks like it pulls info from the "top tracks last week" chart. Would it be possible to add an option for the "top tracks in the last 6 months" chart? That would make this plugin even more amazing.Well, that on the other hand is not very easy since this data is not available as a data feed. I'd have to extract it from the webpage. This is a lot of work and would be very slow (the site is a lot slower than the data feeds). So I don't think I will ever implement this. You could ask the people of last.fm to provide a data sheet for this, though.
I understood your request - you didn't understand my answer .I don't get the charts from the web page, but from a data feed:http://ws.audioscrobbler.com/1.0/artist/Me...a/toptracks.xmlRead my post again.
It would be cool to be able to pull user charts also.
I really like the idea of doing something with the similar artist playlist - but I don't quite know what . So if something has a good concept for this I will implement it.
There you goVersion 0.1.1 (beta)With da new similar artists feature - check it out .At the moment it generates the playlist by sorting by Similarity*TrackReach. This means that you might get an unbalanced playlist with too many popular tracks on top. Needs more testing. *edit: fixed - now the formula is Similarity*(TrackReach / ArtistTopTrackReach)Wow - this feature rocks ^^. I wouldn't have thought that it might work this well.
What is track-reach?