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UPDATE July 2014: I just found out that Discogs changed its API so the plugin won't work anymore. Maybe someday I'll find the time to give it another shot, but I'm honestly not sure about that. In the meantime you can listen to my first set being recorded completely digitally. I think it's worth it.
Okay, since there's a lot of nothing being said here, I created a Github page for the plugin. Visit this page if you want to get going immediately . If you want to contribute but have no clue what exactly to implement, you might want to take a look at the ideas I've had so far.
I'm seriously in love with Discogs. For so many years I thought about somehow "databasing" my record collection, but of course am way too lazy to even start a project like this. Good. Because someone else already did and I can't think of anything better than what he achieved. If you've come here (and you obviously have), chances are pretty good you know about Discogs. If you don't, read at least this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discogs. And then start putting together your own collection.
When I recently closed my old website I started thinking about what to put on the renewed version. It was supposed to be (and always stay) a very slim site, and since I'm not interested in sharing my private life with you (as if you would care...), I didn't really have a lot of options. So all one will find here is some pictures I took, maybe some code snippets (I'm a nerd after all) and of course some of my music related stuff. And this is where this page comes into play.
When I realized there actually is a Dicogs API I didn't hesitate to start playing with it. Unfortunately, all this JSON/JSONP stuff is pretty new for me and I wasn't able to come up with a solution for displaying my collection data on this (or any) website within the first ten minutes. So I quit. And came back and tried again. And quit again. And so on. I don't want to make any excuses, but documentation on real life Discogs API uses seems to be rather hidden. To say the least. Maybe I just misgoogled.
As of now, the plugin does what I originally wanted it to do, so I'm pretty happy. However, while working on it some ideas came up that would definately improve the whole thing. Here's what I have in mind: