I want some of them back, though. I finally watched Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, since Sam seemed to think it important. Damn. How did that whiner go on to be Mr. Badass? Amidala must have had some severe codependency issues to get involved with him at all.
Sam got the Readerware server running on the Linux box—yay! That allows all of us to access the book/video/audio databases. I’ve been updating the video database this evening and cleaning it up a little.
I can’t find an image for one DVD that’s in the library. Just one. Amazon doesn’t even have an image for it. Netflix doesn’t carry it. It’s bothering me way out of proportion—I mean, who cares if there’s an image? Except that I do, because there’s an image for every OTHER video in the database.
I’m surprised that there isn’t a field for the number of discs for a particular item, so I added a custom field for that info and went through filling in the values.
Next up: fixing the categories. The stuff pulled from Amazon when I used the auto-catalog feature is inconsistent and gets overly detailed. “Television : By Decade : 1990s and Newer : General” is just silly.
I don’t deny my OCD. When it comes to things like this, it’s an asset.