Scrobbler issueOctober 29, 2013
The current Audacious Scrobbler plugin (2.0) uses a secure connection (HTTPS) to send track play information to last.fm. However, due to an issue on the last.fm servers, the Scrobbler plugin has been unable to send any tracks since at least mid-August.
Aggravating the problem, last.fm has a policy of ignoring scrobbles older than two weeks, which means that your queued scrobbles may be lost once the servers are fixed. The next release of Audacious (3.4.2) will include a workaround for this issue, but for the present, we recommend that you make a backup copy of the log file located at ~/.config/audacious/scrobbler.log. You may restore it to that location after you update Audacious, when your track plays will be safe again.
See issue #343 for more details.