With a number of volunteers helping us to tag albums ripped to the FLAC file format, it is difficult to keep all of the installations of mp3tag identical to a master installation in our offices. This is especially true as we are continually improving the quantity of tags and our tagging methodology for the files we add to our large FLAC-based music library on our servers. Some of our volunteers work from home, and some are in distant locations.
Rather than requiring a complex method of unzipping a configuration file by volunteers inexperienced with the process, it would be better if we could keep all instances of mp3tag synced to the master installation in a near autonomous manner.
It seems to me that all it would take is to make a backup of the master configuration into an executable that we could take or send it to any workstation, wherein each user could simply execute the file which would bring his or her installation into alignment with the master configuration with near hands-off ease.
Requiring that they figure out how and where to unzip a new configuration file that we send to them on a recurring basis is a procedure that it too complex for them to master and unnecessary. Maintaining ten or more PCs in this manner is impractical.
Thanks for considering this...