Nag Screens have reached GNOME now
Dude, this sucks! Really. Nag screens finally have reached GNOME: When you insert a CD unknown to the MusicBrainz database, Sound Juicer shows a nag screen asking you to upload that information to MusicBrainz.
I understand that people want to support their favorite service, but in the case of MusicBrainz this is support is really annoying: MusicBrainz - at least as integrated into Sound Juicer - doesn't seem to support anonymous contributions, well and seriously I have absolutely no intend to publish a list of any CDs I've ever put into my computer. So MusicBrainz really belongs to those non-free big-brother services I really do not want to be bothered with.
So can we stop this non-sense of advertising non-free services please, before it gets out of control? Not being bored by nag-screens once was one of the big selling points of free desktop environments, do you remember? We really should not give it up easily.
 Annoying advertisement for non-free stuff built into computer programs.
PS: Discussion of this issue should probably should happend in Bug 537441.
Follow up: Ross, in the case of Sound Juicer I am user, and users have every right to be pissed, when developers totally screw it. Nevertheless I want to work on this issue. Closing that problem report as "WONT FIX" with each of your comments neither helps to get the problem solved, nor to calm down the situation.
Follow up 2: Hmm... It's 01:04 CEST now, I am cooled down and wonder why I got that upset. Yes, nag-screens are wrong and Sound Juicer tried a good thing, but didn't get this notification 100% right. Guess I should have handled this more silently, well but guess I won't have written a patch at all in that case - which would have been bad. Frustration: Either I piss many people, but finally write a patch - or I react professionally, but also calm down too much, so that I do not care about patching. Clearly suboptimal.