|The music player|
The last hoard of Emacs-related code I’ve written over the years is part of my Emacs-based music player. It started off (in 1997) as a way to rip my CDs and play mp3s (as well as swap out the mp3s to CD since I didn’t have enough disc space to store all the mp3s).
It’s grown over the years and changed focus somewhat.
Most of the stuff has been written pretty monolithically, with all the code stashed in jukebox.el. So I’ll be attempting to disentangle parts that could have some reuse value over the next weeks, as time permits.
|last.fm web interface|
But if you want a system that you can use yourself, the EMMS system is probably a better bet.
The first result from the disentanglement process is scrobble.el. It’s a library for interfacing with the last.fm web site. I like last.fm. It’s the only “social networking” site I use — I find it genuinely useful for finding concerts and stuff.
Following will be a cddb library, a DAE (i.e. cd-ripping interface), a sampling-and-splitting interface, and probably other bits and bobs. As well as the jukebox itself.