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=== Music Stream Vote === Contributors: bkidwell Donate link: http://www.glump.net Tags: IceCast, music, radio, IRC, bot, vote, top-ten Requires at least: 3.6.0 Tested up to: 3.7.1 Stable tag: master License: GPLv3 License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html *Music Stream Vote* is an application for collecting votes on the currently playing track on any Internet radio station running Icecast that has an IRC chat room and a WordPress web site. == Description == Features: * Poll IceCast ``.xspf`` URL for name of currently playing track every *n* seconds. * Announce track changes in an IRC chat room and post them to WordPress. * Allow chat room users to post votes from -5 to +5 on each played track. (One vote per person per play, undoable and changeable.) * Configurable IRC commands and responses (enable, disable, change response text) for "Say hi", "Help", "Vote", "Unvote", "Now Playing", and "Stats". * Report Top 10 tracks in chat room. * Report Top 100 tracks and last 24 hours of play on web site. * Search form allows web site visitors to query voting history. * HTML5 audio player with current and recent track titles displayed. See [full documentation](https://github.com/bkidwell/music-stream-vote/tree/master/docs) on the [GitHub project page](https://github.com/bkidwell/music-stream-vote) . == Requirements == * An Internet radio station running software like IceCast that provides a "Now Playing" [XSPF](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XML_Shareable_Playlist_Format) file at a static URL. * An IRC chat room where you have *permission* to run a bot. * A WordPress web site. * PHP 5.4+ (WordPress requires 5.2.4 but Music Stream Vote requires 5.4). * MySQL 5.0+. * ``php5-json`` package (doesn't come with PHP by default in some operating systems) * A host to run the IRC bot -- preferably the same as the WordPress site, but not necessarily. * PHP 5.4+ * Linux or a Unix OS on the bot host. Not a strict requirement, but at the moment the control script and instructions will require some expertise to adapt it to Windows. * ``php5-json`` and ``php5-curl`` packages (don't come with PHP by default in some operating systems) == Changelog == = 1.2 = * Fix: Don't repeat the same error message endlessly in the IRC chat room. * Fix: Declare database tables with ``utf8`` character set to prevent garbled non-Latin characters. * Fix: Only show first alias for `!help` command when making error message. * Fix: Better focus setting when clicking a tab in Settings. * Added: Search form allows web site visitors to query voting history. * Added: HTML5 player launched with [launch_player] shortcode. * Added: Proper cleanup when uninstalling (plugin's tables and options are deleted). * Added: Admin-only ``!set`` command to change options from within IRC. = 1.1 = * First stable release. * Abbreviated "!stats" output in chat room to cut down on getting kicked by channel minder bot. * Changed channel messages from the bot from PRIVMSG to NOTICE message type. Clients should/may color these message differently and skip NOTICEs when notifying the user that someone has talked. * Added documentation -- viewable in GitHub, in the source code, or inside the WordPress plugin's Settings screen. * Allow voting with no space between the vote command and the vote value (shortcut). * Allow the vote value to be surrounded by brackets, quotation marks, or whatever -- to avoid user confusion. * Allow extra input after the vote value; stored as comment in the vote table in the database for future enhancements. * Added tabs (sections) to the Settings screen for usability. * Allow IRC bot commands to enabled and disabled individually in the Settings screen. (For example, you may want to disable "!stats".) * Allow IRC bot responses to be always sent as a private message reply instead of to the channel, to avoid getting to chatty in the main channel during peak hours. Configurable in the Settings screen, seperate option per response type. = 1.0 = * Initial release.