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New venue creation is currently broken. There's nothing we can do about it at the moment. It's
definitely in the database so just give it a few days and see if it shows up.

No, sorry. I don't have any way of speeding up the artist import. I'm not sure if it works but supposedly...

"Try the failing MBID. Try again using the actual band name you are trying to import. Try the failing MBID again."

Ok, I unlocked them for you. For reference, this website gets our song information from musicbrainz.org. So it looks like you are doing it correctly.




You keep saying "Titles of non-English songs are written with small letters except for first word and proper noun" and give me this link https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines to back up your assertion, but I've read the guidelines and they say nothing about non-English titles using small letters. I've read https://wiki.musicbrainz.org/Category:Official_Style and it also says nothing about titles of non-English songs with small letters except for first word and proper noun.

So here are your options:
1. Provide the exact link to the page that clearly includes this "Titles of non-English songs are written with small letters except for first word and proper nouns" rule you speak of.
2. If you fail to show me the exact page, then I will consider the rule as non-existent and continue to write titles as they should be in my language, and you will cease to alter the spelling. Just because there isn't a guideline page that specifically covers Indonesian doesn't mean that I don't know how to spell in my own language, and that certainly doesn't give you the right to change how it should be spelt in a language that is not yours.

Thank you.


Nope, still says nothing about titles of non-English songs having to be written in small letters except for first word and proper nouns. Just because there isn't a specific page for Indonesian in the Musicbrainz guidelines doesn't mean Indonesian users - or any non-English users, for that matter - have to adhere to this rule that you have failed to provide specific evidence of.

Until you manage to provide said evidence of the rule, then you will refrain from correcting how I spell in a language that you know nothing of.

I will come back explaining why your choice can't be accepted, but I'm not home right now. All other languages except English use the same format. Click on any language. It's not because indonesian isn't in the list that it should be used like you want it to. In my native language i would also write songtitels in a different way, but the guidelines tell otherwise.

See the list of languages in the link.

Please read previous comment before changing non English songtitles


Titles of non-English songs are written with small letters (except for first word and proper nouns)
As far as capitalisation is concerned: Whenever in doubt, the capitalisation standards from musicbrainz.org apply.

This was written several times on all the setlist you changed.

The link I put to download the concert at dimeadozen is also only available to members.
So I believe it's better to post a direct link. If someone's a member he gets directed to it, otherwise one gets some error code.

Could you also have a look at my request dating Aug 10, 2018?

It's always better to post a clickable link when the source is available on the internet than some generic comment.

Hi! I fixed the festival name and removed the cancelled show. Cheers!

I merged the two venues that you told me. Thanks for your feedback!