wow, 136 concerts ... living in (near?) london must be quite a blast I suppose :-) cheers
Currently we have the restriction that the artist has to be added to the musicbrainz.org database - as we're trying to keep the database clean this way and avoid duplicate artists (which in turn is good for the statistics) - so if you add an artist on musicbrainz (or tell me the artist names + website or a release plus tracks and I'll add them) - it'll be on setlist.fm soon.
as for the bar bands: actually it would be great to have those setlists as well, the more the better ... you won't find many of them in the musicbrainz database however. but we're rethinking the whole thing and are planning to make it possible to add custom artists as well, but that can take some weeks or months ...
I'm following up on the bug report you posted on Michi's wall.
As fas as I can see, you're still listed as attendee on Last.fm for
So these two are imported as I'd expect it. I can't find the others you mentioned though.
For future feedback and bug reports, please use our new feedback forum on uservoice: http://setlistfm.uservoice.com/ (or just click the feedback button on the left of every page) Looking forward to see your suggestions there ;)
People with more than 253 edits need no excuse for unintentionally wasting my time ;) But seriously, I'm glad that some people report bugs, even if it turns out to be the user's fault in the end. So please keep reporting your findings and thanks for all the setlists! Cheers
as a (heavy) last.fm and setlist.fm user (that's at least what I guess) you might be interested in a nice bookmarklet to easily navigate from a last.fm events to setlists (and automatically import on the fly if needed).
In response to your last comment, though there's no official rule or guideline about the capitalization thing, I mainly do it to have the lyrics show up in the video player properly, since LyricWiki's page names normally have every first letter capitalized, except in special circumstances.