New Ticket - [QA !GUJ-784891]: Re: eMule real decoys from dedicated servers

From: Ty Heath <qatickets_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Mon, 03 Sep 2007 21:21:11 -0700

New Ticket: Re: eMule real decoys from dedicated servers

It looks like it has already leaked so we will have a presence of
exactly the number of hashes that were given to us. So probably
about 10-15 out of 45+ hashes will be us for each title, unless
people have started modifying our hashes by adding ID3 tags or
whatever which is possible. And like I said Ares will not be working
well until Bo fixes the ID3 tags in the mp3s.

Ty

On Sep 3, 2007, at 9:08 PM, Ben Grodsky wrote:

> QA,
>
> Ty started decoying the chopped and screwed decoys Rendy made for
> Kanye West and 50 Cent Friday on both Ares and eMule. He should be
> getting back to me soon about which eMule servers his decoys would
> be appearing on. Please run normal effectiveness tests for Ares
> and eMule for 50 Cent and Kanye West and report back to
> qa_at_mediadefender.com with your results.
>
> You can get to this any time this week. Keep in mind that these
> files are NOT padded to mod 137 and the noise, scratch, pop,
> skipping, etc. effects that Rendy added typically appear AFTER 45
> seconds into the song. So, these titles will have to go through
> full download tests, including reviewing the files manually. Try
> testing 2 singles from each album + 2 non-singles from each album.
>
> Jay and Ty CCed on ticket.
>
> Thanks,
> Ben
> From: Ty Heath
> Sent: Mon 03-Sep-07 20:47
> To: Ben Grodsky
> Cc: Jay Mairs
> Subject: Re: eMule real decoys from dedicated servers
>
> I deployed the 50 Cent and Kanye West files on Ares and eMule last
> friday. They work fine for emule, but not so great on Ares because
> they are missing most of the ID3 tags (like artist and album). What
> this means is that while I am pushing them on Ares, they don't show
> up very well and they don't get re-shared at all.
>
> I'd like to fix this problem at the source since I imagine it affects
> more than just Ares, but if that isn't possible I can rebuild the
> mp3s to have some kind of metadata that I parse from the file name or
> something... (not so great). Due to the amount of work and other
> complications It'd just be so much easier to fix the originals and
> future decoys to include all of the following ID3 tags: artist,
> album, title, genre, track number, bitrate, and media length. I may
> be forgetting a few tags.
>
> Let me know what I should do ASAP.
>
> Ty
>

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: GUJ-784891
Department: QA
Priority: Low
Status: Open
Link:http://support.mediadefender.com/support/staff/index.php?_m=tickets&_a=viewticket&ticketid=14843
Received on Fri Sep 14 2007 - 10:57:09 BST

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