Mikkel,

yes all the packages are fine. I am still not able to understand. Maybe
there is something more which we overlooked.

Let me tell the ontologies used

* When Banshee is stopped and the track is double-clicked and started - 
UserActivity, AccessEvent for that track
* When track is running and another track is started by user - UserActivity, 
LeaveEvent for previous track and UserActivity, AccessEvent for new track
* When the track finishes and another track is started - ScheduledActivity, 
LeaveEvent for previous track and ScheduledActivity, AccessEvent for new track
You cannot stop a track in banshee. The UI does not provide it.

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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/748120

Title:
  Enabling Zeitgeist data-logger in Banshee clutters the lenses

Status in Banshee Music Player:
  Invalid
Status in Unity:
  Confirmed
Status in Zeitgeist Framework:
  Invalid
Status in Zeitgeist Data-Providers:
  Fix Committed
Status in “unity” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  Because I want my recently played songs to show up in, for example,
  the Synapse launcher, I enabled the Zeitgeist data logger extension in
  Banshee. However, due to this all my recently played songs show up
  under "recent files" in the files lens. Consequently, it becomes
  practically unusable.

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