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You should credit Nine Inch Nails with the proper license mention in LICENSE or something. Btw, an IRC channel to talk about that kind of stuff would be nice. FreeNode seems appropriate. http://freenode.net/
If you look at the new file that's downloaded, they are credited in a file dedicated to it. Though does it need to be mentioned in the PTS LICENSE file since it's necessarily not being downloaded every time and not a critical part? But it is indeed mentioned when you download it.
Please use the 16-bit/44.1kHz copy: like I said, audio encoders are best tuned for CD-DA content, and that's what most people deal with on a day-to-day basis. If you want a ~100MB file, just join two songs together.
Are you proposing the FLAC is then downloaded every time? I'd prefer not to do that because then they need to convert it back to WAV so more stuff to download. Granted, in most cases PTS will already have downloaded the needed packages.
Well you're already compiling FLAC in the encode-flac profile. You could use the compiled binary to decode the FLAC file. But mostly I want to know if you finally have a correct 16-bit/44.1kHz audio file, WAV or otherwise. Have you downloaded the 16-bit/44.1kHz FLAC files of The Slip yet?
Not really a blocker, but the openssl benchmark runs all RSA sizes (512, 1024, 2048 and 4096 bits), while PTS only parses the 4096-bit result. The test takes a lot more time to run than necessary. Replacing the benchmark command with the following would run only the 4096-bit test: