> Jim Crossley <jcrossley@redh...> writes:
>> What's the minimum I have to configure for EMMS to scrobble songs I play
>> to last.fm? I don't want to play streams or anything, just scrobble
>> what I play from my own collection.
>> Anything other than calling (emms-all) and setting
>> emms-lastfm-client-api-key and emms-lastfm-client-api-secret-key?
> I didn't implement track scrobbling under the new API. I don't do it (I
> just stream) and haven't heard anyone request it.
Ah, I see. From a bit of searching, it seems scrobbling used to work,
or at least that was the first thing contributed as emms-lastfm.el but
emms-lastfm-client.el later subsumed that? (not sure)
> But since scrobbling is already fully implemented connecting it up to
> local track playing should be easy. I'll do it Any Day Now(TM)... unless
> patches happen to land on our doorstep beforehand of-course.
I don't understand what you mean by "scrobbling is already fully
implemented". If you're only streaming, why do you have to scrobble?
Won't last.fm automatically scrobble anything it streams to you?
Speaking of streaming, I can't do that either. :(
I can authenticate fine, I think. But when I attempt to stream, I get
"let: method call failed with code 4: The Webservices API key supplied
does not have permission to stream / create new radio trials"
I am not a paying member of last.fm. Do I have to be in order to use