Non-technical contributions to open source projects are as valuable as code. I decided to highlight this and in particular explicitly invite graphic design-related contributions:

github.com/nukeop/nuclear/issu

Nuclear 0.5.0 released:

github.com/nukeop/nuclear/rele

If you do encounter any bugs, please inform me here or on Github before I send an email to our 2500 subscribers and embarrass myself with a broken build

Integrating the internationalization framework was a stunning success. Many contributors offered their help with translating, and thanks to them, we already support 5 languages, and there are more coming.

github.com/nukeop/nuclear/issu

A framework for translations has been integrated, and now we're looking for contributors willing to translate Nuclear into languages they know:

github.com/nukeop/nuclear/issu

Getting ready to release Nuclear 0.5.0. All new features are already developed, including support for local files, downloads, equalizer, and more. We're just placing final finishing touches now.

Btw, downloads are available in the development version if any of you would like to beta test the feature and share ideas for improvements.

The equalizer feature is complete, thanks to charjac. Looks and works awesome.

Reviews have been redesigned.
The best new music dashboard should be way less confusing.

Are programming streams popular? Would there be any interest in a stream of the development of Nuclear?

Events feature under development - check if your favorite artists are on tour and find out where to see them

#ShareATool

1) Nuclear - Desktop music player focused on streaming from free sources (in beta phase):
github.com/nukeop/nuclear
Nuclear Mastodon account: @nuclear
2) Pidgin - IM with options to add various third party plugins which enables you to use facebook chat, steam chat, etc, XMPP included.
bitbucket.org/pidgin/main/src
3) Synchting - cross platform peer to peer file synchronization, also available on f-droid:
github.com/syncthing/syncthing

You can get a t-shirt by contributing to Nuclear (and other open source projects)

Details:
hacktoberfest.digitalocean.com

Nuclear 0.4.3 has been released, with new features and many bugfixes.

github.com/nukeop/nuclear/rele

NOTE: Mpris had to be disabled, an outdated dbus module is difficult to bundle and will have to be replaced with something written in pure node.

4 more features to go and release 0.5.0 will be ready. Then a couple of days of bugfixing.

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