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KDE's Amarok 3.0 Music Player Released After Six Year Hiatus - Now Ported To Qt5

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  • Magissia
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    Originally posted by ElectricPrism View Post
    the star rating system inadequate and typrically doesn't write to the file.
    I do not want my music player to write my files to store non-interoperable meta-data on it, I'd rather sync the sqlite db file?

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  • slalomsk8er
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    Originally posted by ahrs View Post


    Amarok isn't on that list though. I think they only build Nightly Flatpaks for stuff that's properly hooked up to their CI.
    Thanks for the link.

    I'm criticizing the release and announcement process, in which nightly builds are probably not interesting to regular users.
    It's just not computing; how can you announce a new release and don't ensure, that the majority of your potential users have an easy, as possible, way to access the new version?‚Äč

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  • Slartifartblast
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    Hopefully drag and drop from the albums view window to the playlist will be restored in 3.0

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  • ahrs
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    Originally posted by slalomsk8er View Post

    ngraham why isn't a newly released KDE application available on Flathub by the time of the release message?
    Why isn't there a KDE repository for the most used distribution and version to easily get the newest KDE releases?
    We don't talk about snaps...

    It's a frustrating user experience to read about the new shiny and having to resort to a VM to be able to "use" it and having to wait years for it to trickle down.
    Probably it needs updating and testing. KDE has maintained Nightly Flatpaks of some of their software for a while now if you want the changes immediately:



    Amarok isn't on that list though. I think they only build Nightly Flatpaks for stuff that's properly hooked up to their CI.

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  • gbcox
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    It's great amarok is back! Looking forward to trying it out. Someone a few comments back mentioned winamp... which reminds me of another excellent music app for qt/kde which is qmmp. It has a basic interface and also can use winamp like skins - plus the fact it full featured. You add on the features you want to use via it's plugin interface.

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  • HighValueWarrior
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    AMAROK !
    Thank you new dev.
    Major nostalgia for me and I will be installing soon. Brings back great memories!

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  • Berniyh
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    Originally posted by carewolf View Post

    I was looking into porting KRegExpEditor from Qt 3 last summer. It was too big a gap. Qt 3 days was a different time, man.
    And also a bit unnecessary, if you have a webpage like regex101

    But in principle, maybe you can cut out the basic code idea and put it into a new project?

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  • Vistaus
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    Originally posted by Nth_man View Post
    Note: For example, a PPA from one of the Amarok developers has existed for years, so people have been able to use it daily for a long time with Qt5.
    But that was not the stable release.

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  • slalomsk8er
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    Originally posted by bug77 View Post

    Discover is dysfunctional by design. It's like the brain child of Picasso and Ionesco. The sooner you put some distance between you two, the better you'll be.
    Yes, I know and don't understand how Ubuntu could package this thing that crashes every time I close it.
    But the point isn't Discover here as it would work, if the people responsible for the release would have given a thought about the majority of users.

    ngraham why isn't a newly released KDE application available on Flathub by the time of the release message?
    Why isn't there a KDE repository for the most used distribution and version to easily get the newest KDE releases?
    We don't talk about snaps...

    It's a frustrating user experience to read about the new shiny and having to resort to a VM to be able to "use" it and having to wait years for it to trickle down.

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  • reavertm
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    Originally posted by skerit View Post
    I still miss Amarok 1.4 from time to time.
    Strawberry that was mentioned in this thread is Amarok 1.4 fork that is actively maintained and ported to newer Qt versions. There is nothing to miss, it's still there in all its glory.

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