Amarok 2.4.1 is released and with it the first Application to use libmygpo-qt.
Thanks for all the Feedback since 1.0.2 … it’s time again for a new Bugfix Release, so here is libmygpo-qt 1.0.3
Where to get libmygpo-qt?
- Tarball: http://stefan.derkits.at/files/libmygpo-qt/libmygpo-qt.1.0.3.tar.gz
- md5sum: 0ed91cc9483f4634e8709a0ea95baeba
- sha1sum: e4ebbed34168517ee7a6b9fc20f59a60af715e23
Some more important Links for libmygpo-qt:
- Project Website: http://wiki.gpodder.org/wiki/Libmygpo-qt
- Git Repo: https://github.com/gpodder/libmygpo-qt
- Doxygen Documentation: http://stefan.derkits.at/libmygpo-doc/
- gpodder.net API: http://wiki.gpodder.org/wiki/Web_Services/API_2
- Bugreports: http://bugs.gpodder.org
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is libmygpo-qt?
libmygpo-qt is a Qt/C++ Library wrapping the gPodder.net Webservice.
It was created as part of a University Course & it is used in Amarok (since 2.4.1) with the new gpodder.net Service, that makes the gpodder.net Podcast Directory available from within Amarok.
Also at the Moment there is a GSoC Project running, trying to create a Podcast Provider, which allows you to synchronise your Amarok Podcasts with gpodder.net.
What is gpodder.net?
gpodder.net is a Webservice (with an open API) that can be used for discovering new Podcasts (via Search, Toplists, Tags etc) and for Synchronization of Podcast Subscriptions & Podcast/Episode Status.
P.S.: Hello Planet KDE! I will (hopefully) post an introductory Post soon 😉
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