I've notices a few closed requests -- some remarkably simple to implement -- that were for developers but didn't make the vote limit cut. I think the logic behind this is flawed for two reasons: 1. Developers are a minority: we simply can't bandwagon the way normal users can. 2. Developers often represent far more than one user: we aren't just advocating for ourselves, we're also advocating for all of our users. Counting our vote as singular is misguided. For these reasons I think that any ideas submitted which are specifically for developer features should have a lower limit for votes. Doubly so if they are extremely easy to implement. (To give an example, the following would seemingly take very little resources to implement, and has 160 votes: https://community.spotify.com/t5/Closed-Ideas/All-Platforms-Developer-Spotify-Web-API-Request-GET-Queue/idi-p/4973099)
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My idea is the creation of a Discord bot that can play Spotify songs, not only a discord bot, but one made by the Spotify team itself. With variations like a "free bot" and a "premium-bot", the first one being able to play streams with ads(just like a non-premium account) and the second one included in the Spotify premium with a variety of tools for music on a discord server. I'm sure that most of the Discord community would sign for a bot with that many functions on their servers.
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