Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Rhythmbox: Improved Last.fm Plugin - Weekly Report 2
- From: Ruben Vermeersch <ruben savanne be>
- To: Jamie Nicol <jamie thenicols net>
- Cc: rhythmbox-devel gnome org, gnome-soc-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Rhythmbox: Improved Last.fm Plugin - Weekly Report 2
- Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2010 10:47:42 +0200
On Sat, 2010-06-05 at 15:23 +0100, Jamie Nicol wrote:
> Hi all!
> So my week didn't get off to the best start. First thing Monday morning
> I tried to open my window to let some lovely fresh air in to the room.
> It was stuck so I tried harder and ended up accidentally sticking my arm
> through the window. Very painful, big big cut down my arm, glass
> everywhere. Spent most of Monday in hospital, and found typing quite
> difficult for the first part of the week.
Ouch that sucks! Hope there's no permanent harm!
> So, apart from reaching new heights of idiocy, what else have I
> I have moved the login UI away from the preferences window and into the
> Last.fm source. I have added error handling code to the login process.
> Errors are reported much in the same way as not being logged in is--with
> a GtkInfoBar telling you so, with a button to log you in again. I talked
> to the lovely chaps on #libre.fm. They are currently working on
> supporting the 1.2.1 scrobbling API (what I just ported Rhythmbox to).
> When they've implemented this I can come back and add support for it.
> And what are my plans for next week?
> I'm going to move on to the next part of my project: showing the user's
> profile from within rhythmbox. The first stage of this will be working
> out a sensible way of sending these requests and parsing the responses.
> I feel this week will be predominantly a research week: it's important
> that I make sure I do this bit correctly, otherwise the code could
> easily become absolutely horrible.
> Code is available from here: http://gitorious.org/rb-lastfm/rb-lastfm
> if anyone wants to try it out.
Cool work, keep going! Next week, please include a looking back section
as well, that compares your planned work with the work you've actually
done . It'll help your own planning.
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