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 on: May 03, 2020, 18:05:01 
Started by cranberrynut - Last post by cranberrynut
- Application type
 Random player

- Platform(s)
 Raspberry Pi

- Predicted demand, an estimation of how many requests a month you will make.
 5 - 10 per day, so maybe 300 in a month max.

- Commercial interest, is this a for-sale app?

- All applications need to be tied to a working email address, make sure your forum profile email address is correct, you can also provide an alternative privately after the application has been reviewed.

I rediscovered this archive after years have gone by, and am interested in creating a hobbyist program on the RPi. It would simply download a random mod from the archive & play it. I imagine making a few requests per day - perhaps a bit more during creation & initial enjoyment. So this should only require "level 3" access, reviewing the API help docs. Thanks for your consideration, I hope to discover & enjoy much more music than I could in my BBS days!  ;D


 on: April 24, 2020, 21:16:22 
Started by Slender - Last post by Saga Musix
Good find.

For posterity:
Filename: roadcat_-_light_speed.xm
Title: Light Speed
"Author": RoadCat
MD5 hash: 161a5a8e32f2bb6a5898cb1bdcf706e1

 on: April 24, 2020, 20:50:36 
Started by Slender - Last post by Slender This sounds pretty much identical to hyperdrv.xm by Scirocco.

 on: April 23, 2020, 18:43:50 
Started by K_Jose - Last post by Saga Musix
GPL really doesn't make much sense for samples indeed, but if that's how they are distributed, then so be it. Maybe you should raise a concern with the author though, to maybe relicense or dual-license them under a Creative Commons license. As the Mod Archive Distribution License basically just means that all rights are reserved to the artist, this is the correct license to pick (well, it's the standard so there is nothing to pick) while also stating the license notice e.g. in the module comments text, as you suggested.

 on: April 23, 2020, 16:43:00 
Started by InsertUsername - Last post by ASIKWUSpulse
I was screening last sunday, but unfortunately life outside the computer interrupted and then I had no more time to screen.

Here on TMA though I (perhaps the other from the screening-crew too) can't guarantee how long screening will take. It's all up to how busy the screeners are with other things than screening and how many screeners there is for the moment.
Right now, Saga is the most active, I'm less active since private life has been more busy recently (and seems to be for the nearest future).
Then there's sammie, who switched account not so long ago, so I don't know if she has access to the screening tool at the moment this is written. But she's also been a lot inactive for the last 3 months afaik. Then there's others, but they have barely shown any activity at all for the last half year at least (though I could be wrong, it's easy for things to slip by my eyes)

Though I'm going to take more time this weekend if I can. Stay tuned, it shouldn't take a month.

 on: April 23, 2020, 07:16:40 
Started by InsertUsername - Last post by InsertUsername
Yeah, so I uploaded a module a week ago, and it went from pending to waiting in about a day or two, but it's been stuck in waiting for what I think has been a week now (I uploaded it on the 13th or the 14th.) The upload FAQ said to wait for a week, so... yeah. (The module's file name is

 on: April 23, 2020, 04:05:38 
Started by K_Jose - Last post by K_Jose
I came across some soundfonts that were GPL-licensed.

They said the samples themselves are also covered under GPL, which seems weird because GPL is for code.

Do I state Mod Archive Distrubution License under the Mod Archive's front and specify GPL in module message?

 on: April 22, 2020, 21:03:39 
Started by p2ba - Last post by Saga Musix
The other way, just use a good ftp program but use a mirror site rather than the main site.
I was told that the main server was upgraded recently so this is probably no longer required. But yeah, just grab the entire FTP, that's what FTP is made for.

 on: April 22, 2020, 12:45:33 
Started by p2ba - Last post by Axxy
They used to I think...  <- 6 year old post...  <- bottom of page some links??

The other way, just use a good ftp program but use a mirror site rather than the main site.

 on: April 22, 2020, 08:27:06 
Started by p2ba - Last post by p2ba
Howdy! Does anyone know if there is a way to download the content of ModLand ( in bulk? Just like modarchive has torrents, does the same exist for ModLand?

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