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@@ -4,6 +4,12 @@ applications to use Spotify's service, without using the official but
closed-source libspotify. Additionally, it will provide extra features
which are not available in the official library.
# Unmaintained
Unfortunately I am unable to maintain librespot anymore. It should still work,
but issues and Pull requests will be ignored. Feel free to fork it and continue
development there. If a fork gains traction I will happilly point to it from the
README.
## Building
Rust 1.17.0 or later is required to build librespot.

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Too bad! Thank you for all your work and time spent on the project. Bye bye!

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joerg-krause replied Oct 4, 2017

Too bad! Thank you for all your work and time spent on the project. Bye bye!

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@plietar Paul, thank you for all of your hard work on librespot -- it's a great project and has improved my Spotify experience at home immensely.

I hope there are no more major issues for a long time.. but just in case (as things seem to change on the service end with short notice), anyone else want to take ownership of this? I think there are probably a lot of other users like myself who would like to discuss and contribute to any new issues which may arise. I'm not a rust developer and probably not a good candidate, but I know there are others in here commenting on issues who would probably be good owners. Hoping someone wants to step up. I'm willing to help admin issues.

@plietar was the issue load the problem? If so, I would be willing to help manage/tag/close them.

maxx replied Oct 4, 2017

@plietar Paul, thank you for all of your hard work on librespot -- it's a great project and has improved my Spotify experience at home immensely.

I hope there are no more major issues for a long time.. but just in case (as things seem to change on the service end with short notice), anyone else want to take ownership of this? I think there are probably a lot of other users like myself who would like to discuss and contribute to any new issues which may arise. I'm not a rust developer and probably not a good candidate, but I know there are others in here commenting on issues who would probably be good owners. Hoping someone wants to step up. I'm willing to help admin issues.

@plietar was the issue load the problem? If so, I would be willing to help manage/tag/close them.

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@plietar likewise, thank you for all the effort you have put in on this. Hopefully it will continue to function for a while, up to the point where Spotify finally releases a Connect library. Until then, if anyone is going to take up the mantle and wants a hand admin wise, I'm happy to make myself available. If anyone is interested in porting it to python or golang, I'd also be happy to contribute. I believe there is spotcontrol if people are looking for something to start from.

Until then, good luck in future endeavours, hopefully someone is willing to take up the mantle.

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sashahilton00 replied Oct 4, 2017

@plietar likewise, thank you for all the effort you have put in on this. Hopefully it will continue to function for a while, up to the point where Spotify finally releases a Connect library. Until then, if anyone is going to take up the mantle and wants a hand admin wise, I'm happy to make myself available. If anyone is interested in porting it to python or golang, I'd also be happy to contribute. I believe there is spotcontrol if people are looking for something to start from.

Until then, good luck in future endeavours, hopefully someone is willing to take up the mantle.

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jjgh Oct 8, 2017

Hi @sashahilton00 just wanted to let you know that you got a wrong link in your comment :)

jjgh replied Oct 8, 2017

Hi @sashahilton00 just wanted to let you know that you got a wrong link in your comment :)

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arjenpdevries Dec 28, 2017

Simply fixing the url above: spotcontrol.

However, a breaking issue AFAICT.

arjenpdevries replied Dec 28, 2017

Simply fixing the url above: spotcontrol.

However, a breaking issue AFAICT.

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