Kahvi.org feedback: (1381 messages left so far!)

13:53 09.19.04Nobody wrote:
 Might there be some sort of Internet radion broadcasting of the tunes already collected? Maybe random play with icecast? Videos via theora? Thanks for a cool stuff anyways. ;-)
13:27 09.19.04woodenman wrote:
 I am not on broadbend and need to send or receive records between 3to 5 megabytes but it takes ages to send and then halfway through I get an interruption e-mail notice and have to start again to no avail. Could you plese help me find a way of actually sending and receiving music successfully and in a short time.
07:38 09.19.04zainetica wrote:
 If you are having problems with ogg then use winamp and it is a far better format than mp3, mp3 is compressed and you can hear this, so i suggest using ogg whenever you can, anyway welcome to all the new people who have dropped by from bbc clickonline from a fairly new artist and fan
18:22 09.18.04nik wrote:
 long live the BBC if they keep finding sites like this.After sorting out the technicalities of using .ogg and divx on a Mac ... WOW.This site is wonderful and will fuel my music for a long time
11:27 09.18.04Pavol VOJTYLA wrote:
 I checked out your website after advertisment by the BBC ClickOnline. The site is nicely done but the non-standard audio format OGG stopped me to explore it further. Why don't you provide the audio files as MP3? I am not ready to install new audio player each time I see something intersting on the Web.Bad luck for me and for you may be as well.
08:10 09.18.04Prasoon wrote:
 Well,I'm from india.Truly amazing..Great pics i shud say from what is ee to my left while i'm writing this n the synchro in the videos is truly awesome.. (well i too got the link on ClickOnline)
21:48 09.17.04pete wrote:
 word up from australia! great stuff
21:34 09.17.04opi wrote:
 Hello, this is Berlin speaking! You truly have a great website here - Visuals, Colours, Pictures, Sounds: Great!I found my way here from BBC World ClickOnline.In Berlin, we are fighting for a free Radiostaion of our own and therefore we support every kind of music, especially Netaudio and Netlabels. We also engage in the discussions about Copyright and Software Patents. Currently, we are working for a Relaunch of our Website, it is now only in german:http://www.radiokampagne.de/
18:45 09.17.04C Allan wrote:
 I got your link from BBC Clickonline. A great find. Keep up the good work.
08:23 09.17.04roby wrote:
 Hi!!..I think you are doing a great job!! keep on!!r
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14:35 1.10.15
Nick: Thanks for sorting out the voting, 4T
12:39 1.10.15
4T: Yes, voting works again so don't forget to vote for the releases!
19:23 28.09.15
freddymilton: Ooops! Meant Salad Shark, sorry for that...
19:22 28.09.15
freddymilton: Great! Voting works again! Thnx salad Shark!
09:04 5.08.15
kivi: first time here, thanks for that platform!
20:05 21.07.15
Suecae: Moments! Lovely to hear! :) :) :)
05:11 18.07.15
Bobe-On: Faex Optim: Please see Matthew Day Jackson\'s Lumpenproletariat (Alive)
22:15 16.07.15
Bobe-On: Song-of-the-month is July Sky, by Eneftze. Enjoy! ^u^
11:04 18.06.15
4T: Had problems with hackers trying to break the voting - and they succeeded. So currently voting isn\'t working...
09:52 17.06.15
nick: The voting system doesn\'t seem to be working on the new releases. Says I\'ve already voted - I haven\'t.
03:30 13.06.15
jchambers: So happy to hear Planet Boelex again - just beautiful!
20:10 9.06.15
Reid D.: Nice music. (:
04:51 1.05.15
Lackluster: Thanks Kumar-the-Indian. Back and also gone back again.
22:25 25.04.15
Kumar-the-Indian: Lackluster is back. Kiitos!
05:14 16.04.15
Bobe-On: You should have pollen floating around in the air for the warm months lol