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iCommune's new future

Hey, iCommune is back. Well,at least that's what its author states on http://icommune.net:


[quote]
I've decided to give iCommune a new future.

Here's what the next version will be:

  • a stand-alone application that manages network accessible music libraries
  • able to generate and manage playlists for your favorite mp3 player
  • able to communicate with and control your mp3 player using AppleEvents
  • Rendezvous-enabled
  • built with a robust indexer and XML format that properly handles non-ASCII characters
  • completely free of any Apple proprietary code or interface use
  • completely open source under the GPL
[/quote]

Sounds good enough to me..
:)

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