[ID3 Dev] How do I get my lib on the Implementations page of www.id3.org?

Mitchell S. Honnert mitch at honnert.com
Mon Nov 7 08:40:50 PST 2005

I just joined this list a couple of weeks ago and, after reading all of the messages so far, I'm wondering why I didn't join sooner!  It looks like I finally found a likeminded group of people dedicated to the ID3 standard.  Anyway...

I honestly hope this is the right forum, but I'm looking for some help in "getting the word out" on an ID3 library I've written (and made available online for free.)  Based on some of the previous messages to this list, I get the sense that the other people on this list might have some interest in promoting a library that strictly adheres to the ID3 standard.

(Incidentally, my library is called UltraID3Lib and is a Microsoft .NET DLL written in VB.NET.  It's fully object-oriented and implements all but a handful of the standard frames as distinct classes.  It supports read and write of v1, v2.3, but not v2.4 yet.)

Anyway, does anyone know how I would go about getting a link to my library on the Implementations page of www.id3.org?  Is there some kind of certification process a library has to go through to get posted on this page?  I've e-mailed Martin Nilsson these same questions over the years that I've been developing my library, but I've never received a response.  I see an ActiveX components section of the list, so I'm assuming it wouldn't be a problem to add a .NET section as well.

Again, I apologize if this is not the right venue for this request.  I really don't want to come across as "pimping" my library (as those crazy 
kids these days would say); it's just that I've put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into the (free) library and it'd be nice to see it used on a wider basis. Getting UltraID3Lib listed on www.id3.org (not to mention making the people on this list aware of the library) seemed like an appropriate way to do this.

For those interested, UltraID3Lib can be found here...


 - Mitchell S. Honnert
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