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All you Last.fm and Quasar users rejoice! I've released the first add-on for Quasar Media Player: QScrobbler
For now it is a simple Last.fm / Audioscrobbler client that will make use of Quasar's playback status propagation and scrobble all your played songs - even if your Zaurus is offline.
As with all of my software, QScrobbler is available for SharpROM- and pdaXrom-based distributions.

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For more details please visit the projectís homepage: http://katastrophos.net/qscrobbler

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Happy Holidays everybody!
speculatrix
wow, this is making me think of leaving angstrom and coming back to cacko or even trying pdaXrom!!!
koen
QUOTE(speculatrix @ Dec 26 2007, 10:49 PM) *
wow, this is making me think of leaving angstrom and coming back to cacko or even trying pdaXrom!!!


why not compile it for angstrom?
ofels
QUOTE(speculatrix @ Dec 26 2007, 10:49 PM) *
wow, this is making me think of leaving angstrom and coming back to cacko or even trying pdaXrom!!!


Just to second koen here:
It took me 5 minutes to create the OE recipe file for quasar so it could be built for Angstrom - voila Quasar is downloadable from the Angstrom feeds.
So why shouldn't this happen with the Scrobbler client if somebody cares about it ?

Oliver
xamindar
How does this exactly work? As far as I can tell Scrobbler has to be running as well to be able to send any song info back. It will not send all the songs that you have listened to sense it was last opened right? I have to open it before quasar and then leave it in the background. Would be nice if there was a way to launch it in memory in the background so I don't have to look at it all the time. It's still very cool none the less.
xamindar
Heh, it scrobbles the songs as UTC time so for me last.fm thinks they were played 8 hours before they actually were.
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