[icecast] web-based playlist manager
sublime at lagfactory.net
Thu Oct 18 17:28:49 UTC 2001
Adam (and everyone else that is interested),
I'm currently developing one called Livewire Radio. It's written in PHP4/MySQL,
and currently supports a user-based system, plays random tracks when no requests
are queued, and keeps solid statistics on what songs have been requested and played.
It also has the beginnings of a credit system (which can be turned on or off) to keep the queue of songs to a managable
size. As far as I know, it's the only full-featured listener radio station written that uses IceS as a streamer. (Please
correct me if I'm wrong -- I'd be interested to see others' work!)
If you're interested in an example, I have one set up on my development machine,
but for my own sake, I think it's best not to post the URL to the mailing list.
If you'd like to see the example that I have set up, please email me and I'll give
you more information. I'd just rather not get sued for broadcasting without a license. <grin>
I've been promising a beta for a long time now. I just need to finish what I'm
working on now -- specifically, caching a user's last search request -- and then
I'll release the beta.
If you'd like more information, feel free to email me. The project will be
completely open-source under the GNU GPL, and my development team and I plan to
offer complete technical support.
Nate "sublime" Kohari
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Hirsch" <adam at baz.org>
To: <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 12:40 PM
Subject: [icecast] web-based playlist manager
> Before I went out to potentialy reinvent this particular wheel, I figured
> I'd check to see whether anyone had or could recommend a web-based playlist
> manager for ices/icecast. The one I've got in mind would take requests,
> play random tracks in the absence of requests, keep a very limited history
> and look-ahead...
> This must have been done before, right? If not, I'll take a stab at
> writing one.
> Ideology, politics, and journalism, which luxuriate
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> <adam at baz.org> Adam Hirsch <http://web.baz.org/~adam/>
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