[Icecast] radio station infrastructure.

Parker Thompson parker
Wed Jul 21 11:14:32 PDT 2004


On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, adam wrote:

|I have a beta scheduling system witten in php with sql and a drop of
|python...its all web based, is a multiuser system and some of the features
|include:

Sounds like the kind of thing I'm looking for, maybe even a bit fancier
than I need (but hey, that's ok).

|I am happy to do a demo in the next days if you're interested (GPL)

That would be awesome.

pt.
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Parker Thompson
Data Archivist
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|On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, Parker Thompson wrote:
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|> Hello,
|>
|> I'm setting up icecast/ices to be used as part of a radio station.  For
|> our purposes, we're going to want to be able to do things like schedule
|> blocks of media to be played at regular times (shows), as well as to
|> schedule things like one-time broadcasts.
|>
|> It looks like this can be done by building a scheduler app, and writing a
|> script that provides the appropriate items to ices at the appropriate
|> time.
|>
|> My question is, has anyone done this already?  It would be great to have a
|> nice web-based interface through which to manage our station(s) but if
|> possible I'd like to avoid writing one :).
|>
|> Thanks,
|>
|> pt.
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|> Parker Thompson
|> Data Archivist
|> The Internet Archive
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