I don't know if there is any responsibility on the part of the CD manufacturers (of which there are many and they are not all the same) for providing additional information to anyone. As to why this chore would be done by end users, there are several--maybe many--reasons, with enthusiasm for one's area of interest, shared sense of purpose, not to mention a free source of labor (why pay for something that others will do for free?--a somewhat snide and cynical view), among them. People make all kinds of contributions to their areas of interest on the web. Wikipedia is a good example. Hell, I'm even listed in it, but I have no idea by whom.
In any event, like many endeavors where there is no formal system for third party error checking or proofreading, it's left up to the user community to identify and correct the errors. It's just the nature of the beast--people make mistakes. And hopefully others will catch and correct them.
: I don't know how Ari made his CDs but who is
: responsible for submitting this info to WMP?
: Wouldn't it be the CD manufacturer? Why
: would this chore be done by end users? Also
: when I look at the contents of both CDs in
: Windows Explorer it just says Track 1 etc.
: I'm just glad to know its not me and it is a
: glitch with something or someone else. It
: drove me a little crazy for a long time till
: I finally wrote here about it.
: Thanks Again
: Bob Sylvester