Inhji @inhji

daydreamer. tinkerer. depressionist. overthinker. rebel without a voice. bruhgrammer. catlover. slightly human.

Inhji posted

@Freso After some digging I’m pretty sure that it does not. I did test some other players and none of them send the mbid.. (what I did was checking the keys in the bundle that gets sent with the intent that sls receives)

Do you know of any app that is known for sending the mbid?

Inhji posted

It doesn’t work for me, I’m on Android 9 and using Phonograph as my music player. I compiled your version of sls and tried submitting a few tracks to Listenbrainz. In my case, the MBID does not get submitted (I checked with picard to see if it actually exists in the metadata of my mp3s).

Logcat output from sls:

05-15 09:47:17.004 D/ScrobblingService(17740): State: RESUME
05-15 09:47:17.007 D/ScrobblingService(17740): Will try to queue track, played: 256845 vs 125440
05-15 09:47:17.009 D/ScrobblingService(17740): queued track after playtime: 256845
05-15 09:47:17.010 D/ScrobblingService(17740): Track [mTrack=Progress, mArtist=Disasterpeace, mAlbum=FEZ, mDuration=256, mMbId=, mMusicAPI=MusicAPI [clashWithScrobbleDroid=1, enabled=1, id=1, msg=null, name=Phonograph, pkg=com.kabouzeid.gramophone], mQueued=true, mRating=, mRowId=-1, mSource=P, mTimePlayed=256845, mTracknr=4, mUnknownDuration=false, mWhen=1557906180, mWhenToCountTimeFrom=410865526]
05-15 09:47:17.010 D/ScrobblingService(17740): inserting scrobble: ListenBrainz

API Repsponse of the same song:





It seems the MBID is never set on the Track object. track.getMbid() returns nothing.

Inhji posted

Too young to burn out

I need another vacation because the one I just took just didn’t cut it. I (reluctantly) planned to travel to Prague for a few days, but pushed back on the actual booking until I decided to stay home. In the end I spent a whole week programming on my indie-site. And it was fun, I got a lot done, but I missed something. My vacation.

You can’t get away from (job-)work by doing other (hobby-)work, at least I can’t. I felt like I did and then, one day after my socalled vacation, I felt as exhausted as before it.

So now my boss told me to take a day off. Which feels like a failure. Like I am a failure. This is what I associate with a vacation. As if I was slacking off while everybody else was doing the work that I didn’t want to do. Because I’m lazy or something.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m extremely grateful for my workplace and the people in it. That actually care about me when I can’t. That gratefulness has a dark side, though. That dark side lives in my head and it calls itself guilt.

I feel guilty for not working because these people were kind enough to let me work there when a lot of other companies.. I’m not sure what would happen in other companies because this is my first job I’v ever got and I’ve worked there for nearly five years and I truly love the people there.

Isn’t it normal to feel guilty when you take a break from work because you have to, because you need to?

I guess not but it feels that way right now.