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Feedback / 'Decibel Outdoor 2019' with or without the area (and day) in the title?

hardcorerepublic [Moderator] -
Which version do you prefer?

1. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019

or

2. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore Classics

or

3. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore Classics Stage

or

4. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore Classics - Sunday

or

5. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore Classics Stage - Sunday

...

Feedback is needed
Thanks!
hardcorerepublic [Moderator] -
I personally don't like the versions without the hyphen between 2019 and Hardcore  ^.^

For example;

6. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 Hardcore Classics

or

7. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 Hardcore Classics Stage

or

8. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 Hardcore Classics - Sunday

or

9. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 Hardcore Classics Stage - Sunday

or

10. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 Hardcore Classics Sunday

or

11. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 Hardcore Classics Stage Sunday
skoman -
That's a hot little car
Option 4 seems most sensible
ludolf -
I'd say 4
JurneSleddens [Set Editor] -
Option 4  :)
HardT3K-Tic [Set Editor] -
Option 1,
Think people search first for the new sets for example Decibel or Defqon 1,
then look what do they want to hear & don't care if it was played Saturday or Sunday  :W
And knows what style which dj plays  _O-
hardcorerepublic [Moderator] -
On 02-04-2020 21:27:42, HardT3K-Tic wrote:

Option 1,
Think people search first for the new sets for example Decibel or Defqon 1,
then look what do they want to hear & don't care if it was played Saturday or Sunday  :W
And knows what style which dj plays  _O-


I partly agree if not entirely, but I think if the majority wants option 4, we should respect this  ^.^

Another argument could be one artist playing multiple times;

1)
> Tha Playah @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore - Saturday
> Tha Playah @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore - Friday

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2)
> Tha Playah @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 (17-08-2019)
> Tha Playah @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 (16-08-2019)

Would the date be enough to distinguish these two sets?

 :beer:
HardT3K-Tic [Set Editor] -
On 02-04-2020 22:44:14, hardcorerepublic wrote:

On 02-04-2020 21:27:42, HardT3K-Tic wrote:

Option 1,
Think people search first for the new sets for example Decibel or Defqon 1,
then look what do they want to hear & don't care if it was played Saturday or Sunday  :W
And knows what style which dj plays  _O-


I partly agree if not entirely, but I think if the majority wants option 4, we should respect this  ^.^

Another argument could be one artist playing multiple times;

1)
> Tha Playah @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore - Saturday
> Tha Playah @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore - Friday

---
2)
> Tha Playah @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 (17-08-2019)
> Tha Playah @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 (16-08-2019)

Would the date be enough to distinguish these two sets?

 :beer:


Date would be enough IMO  :bday:
JurneSleddens [Set Editor] -
The day in title is easier in my opinion, besides that you have several DJ's that play classic sets and 'normal' sets so it's easier to know which stage they played.
For example: DJ Thera played a classic set Sunday, it also could be a 'normal raw hardstyle' set. I would be interested if it was a raw set, not if it was a classic set or otherway around.
ludolf -
When adding a live set, the first 3 fields are
Artist (Tha Playah)
Event (Decibel Outdoor 2019)
And the third field is
Episode / AREA (which is in this case Hardcore), and I think that, to make it even more clear, you can easily put (Hardcore - Saturday) over there.
Hansolo [Set Editor] -
You can see the day on the different days. I personally don't care if was played on saturday or sunday.

4. Meagashira @ Decibel Outdoor 2019 - Hardcore Classics - Sunday
if you want it  :) but only if "Hardcore Classics" is the name of the stage like "Blue". Not the genre. That's something for the more info field.
pointlesspoint -
4: gives you the maximum info and is the most elegant.

5: becomes too long?

Although if you would consider the day (sunday) is the least relevant in the title, i would take option 3. You make it clear there are stages/areas, which is good.
Edited by pointlesspoint on 03-04-2020 12:16
HardT3K-Tic [Set Editor] -
On 03-04-2020 11:53:48, Hansolo wrote:

I personally don't care if was played on saturday or sunday.
.


Think nobody cares  _O-  _O-
but we must respect the retarded among us  xD  xD  xD
-michaelhughes [Set Editor] -
4 makes more sense to me, although I think the day only being the date is fine but I do like to know the stage or area the set is played at. Agree with what Jurne said about classics and raw sets for example.
Edited by -michaelhughes on 03-04-2020 15:52
HardT3K-Tic [Set Editor] -
On 02-04-2020 23:37:11, JurneSleddens wrote:

The day in title is easier in my opinion, besides that you have several DJ's that play classic sets and 'normal' sets so it's easier to know which stage they played.
For example: DJ Thera played a classic set Sunday, it also could be a 'normal raw hardstyle' set. I would be interested if it was a raw set, not if it was a classic set or otherway around.



Is this not the reason why we use Tags  :W
JurneSleddens [Set Editor] -
On 04-04-2020 00:05:50, HardT3K-Tic wrote:

On 02-04-2020 23:37:11, JurneSleddens wrote:

The day in title is easier in my opinion, besides that you have several DJ's that play classic sets and 'normal' sets so it's easier to know which stage they played.
For example: DJ Thera played a classic set Sunday, it also could be a 'normal raw hardstyle' set. I would be interested if it was a raw set, not if it was a classic set or otherway around.



Is this not the reason why we use Tags  :W


Yes we do. But not everybody uses tags and more important, you don't see tags in the overview of an event.
HardT3K-Tic [Set Editor] -
On 04-04-2020 09:06:55, JurneSleddens wrote:

On 04-04-2020 00:05:50, HardT3K-Tic wrote:

On 02-04-2020 23:37:11, JurneSleddens wrote:

The day in title is easier in my opinion, besides that you have several DJ's that play classic sets and 'normal' sets so it's easier to know which stage they played.
For example: DJ Thera played a classic set Sunday, it also could be a 'normal raw hardstyle' set. I would be interested if it was a raw set, not if it was a classic set or otherway around.



Is this not the reason why we use Tags  :W


you don't see tags in the overview of an event.



can't argue with that  :beer:
Think it's lazy when they mind clicking a set to get that info though  _O-