Maloja - your self hosted music scrobbler
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What is Maloja?
Simple self-hosted music scrobble database to create personal listening statistics. No recommendations, no social network, no nonsense.
Self-hosted: You will always be able to access your data in an easily-parseable format. Your library is not synced with any public music database, so you can follow your own tagging schema.
Associated Artists: Compare different artist's popularity in your listening habits including subunits, collaboration projects or solo performances by their members. Change these associations at any time without losing any information.
Multi-Artist Tracks: Some artists often collaborate with others or are listed under "featuring" in the track title. Instead of tracking each combination of artists, each individual artist competes in your charts.
Custom Images: Don't rely on the community to select the best pictures for your favorite artists. Upload your own so that your start page looks like you want it to look.
Proxy Scrobble: No need to fully commit or set up every client twice - you can configure your Maloja server to forward your scrobbles to other services.
Standard-compliant API: Use existing, mature apps or extensions to scrobble to your Maloja server.
Manual Scrobbling: Listening to vinyl or elevator music? Simply submit a scrobble with the web interface.
Keep it Simple: Unlike Last.fm and similar alternatives, Maloja doesn't have social networking, radios, recommendations or any other gimmicks. It's a tool to keep track of your listening habits over time.
Maloja is self-hosted. You'll always be able to access your data easily. Your library is not synced with any public music database, so you can use your own tagging schema or even group artists together in your charts. Maloja also gets rid of all the bloat: social networking, radios, recommendations, etc. Maloja also supports multiple artists per track, so artists who are often just "featuring" in the track title get a place in your charts.