Great video, thanks for all the amazing work you guys do! I managed to watch it all and this is some of the feedback that I came up with:
Search order - Take listenbrainz data for popularity and use it in search order, yay for Irish U2 as the first result!
Better recommendatin - Use mood tags? (accompanying listenbrainz/acousticbrainz data) for music recommendation, so if you’re in a specific mood, you’ll get recommendation for music that you might like right at that moment!
UX revamp - This is a tough issue to deal with. Regarding the new artist page mock-up and other ideas: on one hand, you can possibly spot missing info more easily, but on the other hand some of the incorrect data is much harder to spot right away. For example I am using the bitmap’s “expand/collapse release groups” script and in the current UI I am able to see if a release group title is different from the release title. I can’t count how many times I fixed this because an editor fixed the release but forgot to fix the release group (or vice versa). If you decide to replace the release group overview with the album covers, I won’t be able to spot the bad data so easily and they would probably remain unfixed. The idea someone brought up about users/power users having different page views seems interesting. You have a very difficult task ahead of you but keep up the good work!
Visualization idea - Display top 100 artists/labels/etc. with the most edits (+ show the number of edits and percentage of all edits if it’s a reasonable chunk).
Documentation revamp - When I was reading the documentation as a new user, I finished the main page with another 15 tabs open (using an arbitrary number here). After I finished reading those 15 tabs, I had open even more tabs by that time. It was an awful user experience since I didn’t know how comprehensive the actual documentation actually is and how many levels deep I need to go.
These are the things that came in mind during my watching session of the summit stream videos. The summit sounded very optimistic and MetaBrainz seems to have a very interesting path ahead.