Summer (and with it Google Summer of Code) is over and Lucas Lira Gomes sucessfully finished his GSoC Project (Integration of gpodder.net into Amarok), so expect to be able to synchronize your podcasts between Amarok & gpodder.net soon.
In addition to that, Ari Hannula from Nokia created Podcasts for the Nokia N9, which also utilizes libmygpo-qt for synchronizing and searching podcasts.
Thanks to Lucas & Ari, we found (and fixed ) some Bugs in libmygpo-qt, so we announce hereby the availability of libmygpo-qt v1.0.4
Changes in 1.0.4:
-) fixed a bug with an invalid timestamp when uploading EpisodeActions
-) fixed a bug with a wrong url when retrieving EpisodeActions by Podcast
-) fixed a crash happening on MeeGo because of the deletion of QNetworkReply Pointers
Where to get libmygpo-qt?
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
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
One of the next Versions of Amarok require libmygpo-qt 1.0.4 for the
gPodder PodcastProvider, with which you can synchronize your local
Podcasts between Amarok and gpodder.net (and other podcatchers with
P.S.: Desktop Summit was awesome, my first (but for sure not last) FOSS conference, I will write about it sooner or later 😉
P.P.S.: libmygpo-qt is always looking for additional Developers, so if you’ve read till here and are interested, drop me a line 😉