Anthony want to do a jazz event in his bar, where people come and share their own kind of jazz music from the countries they come from using the Jukebox app.
He has created a simple playlist with famous artists representing different countries of jazz music to engage visitors to add their own tracks, and vote for the best one. Every song in his initial playlist has a medium rating, and people are encouraged to add new songs which gain better rating thanks to the other users.
The people in the bar open the app or install it via the QR code. They can see the list he started there. If they like, they press the add button, search for tracks they like and add them.
Users are also able to check the tracks that are being added and if it happens to be interested in the country a track came from they can vote for it, and this track will be played sooner. However, Anthony keeps managing the playlist while the songs are playing, moving them manually later or earlier, so that no music from one country would not dominate for a long time.
There is a prize for the one who suggested most voted for songs at the event.
- Is this a realistic scenario?
- How would you like to install an app that you only got to know about but need right away?
- How would you evaluate the fact that Anthony keeps control over the order of songs (not over the titles though)?