A co-worker of mine set up a Democratic Jukebox public test server today. Have fun trying it out: Web frontend: http://jukebox.jensnistler.de Stream server: http://jukebox.jensnistler.de:8000/stream
New features added to Democratic Jukebox: Made all lists sortable Added Google-like search operators Made every data cell a filter option Added language switch (english/german) Autoplay figures out what music it should play according to logged in users preferences
Last week I’ve published my latest fun projekt, the democratic music player: Democratic Jukebox. Ever wanted to listen to music with a larger group of people e.g. in your office? Who decides what to play? Make your music player democratic and give everyone the chance to promote their favourite song. The jukebox provides a web …
I found a nice little piece of software again today while cleaning up my development stuff… Sphinx is an open source full text search server, designed from the ground up with performance, relevance (aka search quality), and integration simplicity in mind. It’s written in C++ and works on Linux (RedHat, Ubuntu, etc), Windows, MacOS, Solaris, …
Today I’ve published my first Chrome extension for my current employer Jaumo. It is just a proof of concept and the first publicly available item that uses our in-development REST-API. Go have your Jaumo message status indicated directly in Google Chrome: Grab the extension now!