This page tracks projects and completeness to be integrated in Nightingale :
|Name||Type||Description||Repository||Owner||Status||% Completion (estimation)|
|Equalizer Presets||bundled add-on||ability to save/load customs presets (add-on example here)||GH||Azraeht||Landed||90 %|
|CD Rip||add-on||extract audio tracks from CDs||GH||asdes||Dev stalled||60 %|
|Metadata completion||add-on||Based on song footprint using services like Musicbrainz||GH||B3c00lz||Dev stalled||10 %|
|Sharing||add-on||A way to easily share the track playing on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ (you can look at LiveTweeter as a base)||GH||Dark_Angry_Casimir||Dev stalled||30 %|
|Cloud services integration||add-on||A way to integrate Google Music (no API yet), Spotify (web API/core API) and Grooveshark||GH||Azraeht||Dev stalled||5 %|
|Ability to specify start and end of songs||bundled add-on||like iTunes GetStatisfaction idea||GH||Calz||Dev stalled||70 %|
Add-on is in test stage, no reviews yet from users/developers :(
The interface needs to be polished in compare to Winamp, iTunes and other media players.
From what I saw, students did a great job on code and interface but there are still work to do to make the add-on work.
Fre:ac binaries + Windows binary to hide command line window.
Feel free to look at the work done and write more here !
Seems like only Twitter was being worked on with OAuth and it's not really working. As LiveTweeter already allow basic Twitter, we need also Facebook and Google+. Mozilla is working on a similar project called “Firefox Share” which is pretty good, maybe someone could fork it but I doubt it will work on our version since Firefox API moved a lot (JetPack etc.)
Student only did a research work. GeekShadow have started to work on a Google Music add-on which only add a bookmark node on the service pane. More work could be done to allow download and upload of songs since there are APIs (unofficial).
No plans for other services yet !
Student was able to store custom beginning and ending in a database but this need to be reworked.