Jan,20 Exciting news update. TheGuardian has gracefully agreed to review the code base with a view to bringing in his improvements into the new UI. All going well this branch will hopefully include
- Twitter notifications
- magasine search
- improved configurations
- optimised UI workflow to the Herman-Rodgers UI
And a shout out to nncrypted for bring forth changes and enhancement patches also.
Thanks folks, because I was going cross-eyed trying to bring in the huge volume of changes you both have added to the original branch over a new UI.
To all other contributors - Patches are gratefully received espically when they can be auto merged :).
Thanks - DobyTang
Drive for this year is unit test expansion New Features Stability
Back after a hectic 6 months, apologies for the late update of branch back to master. Thats now complete.
Notice a few forks from the branches, happy to facilitate pull requests, i've alot more time over the next two weeks.
issues list is open again for additions
LazyLibrarian is a program to follow authors and grab metadata for all your digital reading needs. It uses Goodreads.com (for author info and book info) websites as a source. License: GNU GPL v3
Right now its capable of the following:
- Find authors and add them to the database
- List all books of an author and add them as 'wanted'.
- LazyLibrarian will search a nzb-file for that book (only Newznab and nzbmatrix are currently supported)
- If a nzb is found it will be send to sabnzbd or saved in a blackhole where your downloadapp can pick it up.
- When processing the downloaded books it will save a coverpicture (if available) and save all metadata into metadata.opf next to the bookfile (calibre compatible format)
- The new theme for the site allows it to be accessed (and usable) from devices with a smaller screen (such as an iPad)
- AutoAdd feature for book management tools like Calibre which must have books in flattened directory structure
- Added Usenet Crawler configuration + 2 NZB configurations (alas NZBMatrix is gone and removed)
LazyLibrarian runs by default on port 5299 at http://localhost:5299/
Linux / Mac OS X:
- Install Python 2.6 or higher
- Git clone/extract LL wherever you like
- Run "python LazyLibrarian.py -d" to start in deamon mode
- Fill in all the config fields =======
- Run "python LazyLibrarian.py -daemon" to start in deamon mode
- Set your username & password in the settings if you want.
- Fill in all the config stuff
Auto update available via interface from master
Need an logo/favicon/icon badly. Made a temporary one. If you feel creative, go ahead.