[Icecast-dev] Open bugs/features for contribution.

Sourav Saha sourav.saha048 at gmail.com
Wed May 4 08:03:57 UTC 2016

Good to see this response.

I recently did some work on Icecast in my current organization (here we use
the open source version of icecast-server 2.3.2 and apply our own
plugins/patches on top of it), so my contribution was mostly into my
company specific changes. That's how I came to know about this project and
thought if I can make any contribution in future into this project that
would be great for me. My skills are mostly into C/C++, Linux development
across different domains.. and ohh I'm from Bangalore, India :)

I was just browsing through the icecast-server tickets reported in
https://trac.xiph.org/ to figure out something to start with.. yet to
figure out on this and any pointer regd. this would be helpful :)


On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 11:46 PM, Philipp Schafft <lion at lion.leolix.org>

> Good evening,
> On Mon, 2016-05-02 at 17:19 +0530, Sourav Saha wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> >
> > I am new to Icecast open source project and I would like to contribute
> > into this open source project. Looking for some kind of guidelines how
> > to get started and where to browse for the open issues or features to
> > look into.
> We're always happy to see when people are interested to help. :)
> > Any kind of help would be much appreciated.
> Sure:
> You can find the ticket system at https://trac.xiph.org/
> However most development happens on IRC at Freenode in #icecast
> I would recommend you to join the channel and say hello.
> (most active while the sun is high over Europe.)
> Maybe you can also tell us a little bit more about yourself. What you're
> interested in, what you skills are and how you found the project or
> whatever you want to add.
> Have a nice evening. :)
> > - Sourav Saha
> --
> Philipp.
>  (Rah of PH2)
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