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[-] HeyJoe 5 points 1 week ago

The ones that kill me these days are the TV show ones where at the end of episode one they feel the need to give you a trailer for what your about to see. Noooo just stop! Who wants that! Gotta rush to get the remote to turn it off...

[-] HeyJoe 3 points 2 weeks ago

He's full of shit and they will continue to blame it on the wrong reasons.

[-] HeyJoe 2 points 4 weeks ago

Everything I do is manual, I don't really have duplicates unless I get singles then get the album once it releases. Even then, unless the single comes with extra bonus tracks (seems to be a lost past time, never see this anymore) I will delete the singles after.

Here is the forum post I originally found years ago to setup music picard to tag multiple genres, which is the only setup that I have that took extra effort and not just use out of the box defaults.

[-] HeyJoe 8 points 4 weeks ago

I have a library that's been growing for about 20 years now. I don't think I got too serious until around 2009, which is when I discovered music servers to host my library and quickly realized how bad its structure was. It took years of me getting folders done correctly followed by then working on tags. Automation scared me to much since the results were not always 100%. Once it was done I have kept a system to keep it that way the best I can.

So for me once I get new content I use the app tagscanner to edit everything to the way I like, then I drop them into music Picard were I found a tutorial online a few years ago to set it up to just edit music genres. I found the one thing I never got right was music genres so finding this tool was incredible. Took months to run large sections of the library though. Now I got every track labeled with up to 5 genre tags. Once that is done I change folder names to what I want, drop them into my music directory folder which is root > artist > album (don't care about year since it's tagged). Scan music into my musicbee app and if any are missing covers I right click and tell it to find them. Then do a scan with navidrome to add it all there.

[-] HeyJoe 7 points 4 weeks ago

It's only a little over a year old by now and even the first release was better than most of the stuff out there, but what it is today makes it better than anything I have ever used before on my phone and that includes premium apps like Spotify. At this point, I can't even think of stuff I would need anymore, but I can't wait to see what the next year brings.

Another note, the developer also created yatse, which I used over a decade ago as my remote control for kodi. Also equally as awesome as this is. He is very good at what he does, haha.

[-] HeyJoe 22 points 1 month ago

I agree, I only came here in July after they finally followed through with pulling the plug on 3rd party apps. This place has grown a lot in 1 year. Still needs more communities for the smaller hobbies, plus less memes and political content, and it would be perfect. 99% of everyone I talk with here is super nice and helpful as well.

[-] HeyJoe 25 points 1 month ago

So you're saying we need to find and download all the pirated versions of games and keep them in our emergency bunker?

[-] HeyJoe 17 points 1 month ago

Would have been cool if they made a modern day remake of this episode when the series came back.

[-] HeyJoe 3 points 1 month ago

Speaking of FF7, I am just about finished with Rebirth and all I thought was wow I didn't see a single update and it played flawlessly. Just shows it can still happen, just super rare.

[-] HeyJoe 2 points 1 month ago

It was due to the witch hunt.

[-] HeyJoe 23 points 1 month ago

Trust me, no it's not... now if we had some kind of plan to help parents eliminate most or all of daycare costs then that would absolutely help with the decision to have one. The child tax credit is nice, but it barely helps with anything.

submitted 2 months ago by HeyJoe to c/networking

Just a quick question since I am not sure if I am thinking about this correctly. I have 1 2.5gb port on my new router and the rest are 1gb. I wanted to buy a switch that leveraged the 2.5gb port but the devices plugged into it will be 1gb which will work since it's backwards compatible. My question is will this allow for a higher maximum throughput since the uplink is at 2.5gb allowing for me to max out the 1gb connections on the switch? Or is that not how it will work and I will see no difference between a 1gb switch plugged into a 1gb uplink?

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