I’ve been quite busy for the last two weeks, so this post is really late. But because this release contains most of what I worked on for Google Summer of Code last month, I created a post anyway. Continue reading GNOME Music 3.13.2 Released!
This is supposed to be published last week, but…
Last week, I have worked on the advanced search branch of Music. The branch just got merged last Monday, and will be released along Music 3.13.2 on Monday next week.
Update: Got confused on the dates, it should be next, next week. Continue reading One Week Search.
My project for Google Summer of Code 2014 is about improving search and adding support for accessing your songs in remote resources. I’ll be working with Sai, where I’ll focus with Advanced Search and Sai will focus on Remote Resources.
So, in this post, I’ll talk mostly about Advanced Search (also known as Global Search). Currently Music uses filtering when you search which presents some problems, like how you need to load all items in a view before searching there and you have to move to a certain view to search songs. Continue reading Music: Advanced Search and Remote Resources
The notifications, search and playlists features are now usable and almost complete, so I added a new package to our openSUSE Build Service repositories. We are not sure yet if it would make it to 3.10 cycle (because the UI and String freezes are already in effect), but we really hope so.
Here’s the overview of the status of these three features. Continue reading GNOME Music: Notifications, Search and Playlists