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Request for expansion[edit]

This article is, as it stands, extremely minimal. There is so much more information available about MoodLogic that someone more proficient with the software would be able to help with. Any information provided would be greatly appreciated! > Iridescence < talk )contrib ) 05:38, 4 May 2006 (UTC)

I've been using MoodLogic for a while, it should be worth stating that while the servers are online there hasn't been a software release or anything new on the websites for at least a year.

Servers appear to be offline to me though my internet setup is quite odd and I haven't been able to check outside home.

Not working for me either. I got this with my iRiver and it was a limited license many years ago. Thought I would give it another try and it looks free. However, it doesn't connect and appears to be not working 10.2.2007. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 06:43, 3 October 2007 (UTC)

I cannot connect as well. I have tried several times in the past few days and gotten nothing. I also cannot pull up the forums page so it looks like it's gone. And I paid for it. In light of the short lifspan I'm not inclined to agree with expanding this article much. I have been through the "activation" process a couple of times but I do not remember any of the settings. Also, now that the "activation" process is deactivated there is nothing to cite as reference for any claims. Padillah 15:19, 8 October 2007 (UTC)

The website is up and functioning for me at least. But it doesn't seem to be a common application and the article does not cite any reliable independent sources, so I tagged it with notability. -- intgr [talk] 15:23, 8 October 2007 (UTC)

Just wanted to note that as of 9th of January 2008 the moodlogic client is still working and can contact the database, altough it may take a few tries. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 06:51, 9 January 2008 (UTC)

Well I just tried to install it to get access to some of the help files and the UI again. The install fails, cannot download some files from the internet. I will see if I still have it installed on an old computer to a screen shot of the UI to put up. This software was very useful, a very early on solution to a common day problem, people who don't know how to properly tag and name an mp3. This program fixed it and more. I did a bit of an expansion on it. It is a bit rough, but should suffice for now.thegreatco (talk) 05:27, 26 June 2008 (UTC)

Guidelines for notability[edit]

I consider this article to be very informative. I found MoodLogic on an older computer and did not know what it was, or whether I could delete it. This article told me not only what the program did, but that it is no longer supported.

I would recommend/support keeping this article both for usefulness and for notability (if MoodLogic was the first music-recommending software, then this is certainly notable by Wikipedia standards). --Pmurph5 (talk) 21:35, 2 June 2008 (UTC)

MoodLogic was *not* the first music recommendation system/software. See Firefly, for example. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Anucifora (talkcontribs) 06:59, 3 February 2010 (UTC)

One of the problems with finding notable sources for MoodLogic is that it was a part of the dot-com boom and many news sources that posted about it died along with it. IANAWE (Not A Wikipedia Editor..) But cNet liked it

I know that "I think this thing that is not quite notable, might have lead to that thing that is not quite notable" is not sufficient to make anything notable it might be a start for research. I cant find the reference I think it was the old moodLogics patents that Shazam used to try to quench this developer That got at least some press Zinob (talk) 08:38, 29 August 2010 (UTC)