Automatic year and genre tagging
Currently, when I configure my rules to require year and genre information, bliss finds all albums without that information and where possible offers alternatives.
This should be automated, so it works like the cover art lookup.
It would be useful to be able to edit the genre 'tree' that bliss uses to suggest genres. For example, is folk-rock a subset of rock or a subset of folk, or both? Or neither? Incidentally folk doesn't seem to be among the default allowed genres at all, which seems a bit odd.
As to year lookup, I find it irritating that, for albums originally released on vinyl, say in the 60s, most databases use the CD rerelease date for the year. This is pretty useless if you want to make playlist of 70s Prog (as one so often does) and all the albums are tagged with the date of the 'digital remaster' from 2007 ...
Can you give me some example albums that are suggested to change to Pop/Rock?
The reason for this suggestion is that you have the constrained genre rule enabled. When bliss looks up the genre it finds a more specific genre that is a sub-genre of Pop/Rock. Because this more specific genre is not allowed in your genre list, it picks the first genre that is allowed: Pop/Rock. But really, for classical music, you shouldn't have much confusion.
Mats Larssen commented
Dunno about that, really, I have 200 or so classical cd's in my collection and I frequently get the suggestion to label those as pop/rock or something like that, even though there are appropiate and allowed genres. So if Bliss suddenly changes my genres over to something that feels so random when it comes to classical music it would certainly rip apart my collection and that I wouldn't like (I use genres for sorting my classical music).