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Re: [Librefm-discuss] Some ideas about integration with identi.

From: Kacper Pluta
Subject: Re: [Librefm-discuss] Some ideas about integration with
Date: Sat, 3 Sep 2011 10:25:14 +0200

Matt I got an account on but now I have a problem with RSS/Atom feed from

this link:

its broken. How I can get a link to atom feed, or RSS but lead to proper feed?

2011/9/3 Matt Lee <address@hidden>
One of the goals of GNU social was to add more social features to GNU
FM. GNU social itself has hit a point of little development, but much
of the code that powers and StatusNet is GNU social.

Luke Slater (aka @reality) has done some work on OStatus features for GNU FM.

We'd like to be able to allow you to share your listening habits with
many OStatus systems. I'm pleased to say, we could do this very easily
with Atom and software like -- by publishing an Atom feed of
your listening habits, you would be able to easily mirror this on a
StatusNet site, or publish it to a variety of systems using

Douglas you have right, it's a identica issue, not Maybe I will write about this idea to people from identica.

2011/9/3 Douglas Whitfield <address@hidden>
On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 18:51, Kacper Pluta <address@hidden> wrote:
 I would also like to on my web profile on display a list of my favorite pieces in the vertical bar on the right side.

If I understand you correctly here, this is a issue, not a issue.  I doubt they'll go for it.  Once you start doing stuff like that you are on the path to being MySpace/facebook and I'm pretty sure that's not what they want.

That said, I too would also *love* to see that integration.  I'd want to see it end there, but then people would be wanting flickr integration and just integration after integration.  Of course, I don't speak for @evan and  Just my two cents.  Also, IANAL.

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