Another one of the great things about using a Synology is having access to all the great packages that both Synology and the community create. You find out about so many different apps you may not have been familiar with. Turns out Bliss was one of those (grab the app from Patters).
I have a fairly large music library I’ve composed over the years, and while I was picky about folder structure, all the other stuff was lacking: tags, images, etc. Back in July of 2012 I gave it a first run and liked what it did. However, I didn’t keep it installed (didn’t think I would need it continually).
Fast forward to last week, and I reinstalled it to help clean things up again – I had to restore lots of my music which meant the tags, folder structure, etc. were all messed up again. I’m loving it all over again for it’s ease of use and continual running in the background.
Turns out in the current release they’ve added some new case rules which I love, but was having a few issues with it. Shot of an email with some of the details, and got an immediate response saying it was being fixed in the next release that was in beta. I asked if they wanted any help with testing, and sure enough Dan (creator) gave me links to the beta which I promptly installed (replaced the bliss-bundle folder after you extract the Linux jar file).
Can’t say enough about the customer service, plus it’s fixing all my music issues in the background. Yay!