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@xj9 @Matter There is already a feature called "autoradio" that works very similarly to this. It also fetches random similar tracks from last.fm and queues them.

@Matter How would you like it to work? Add all top tracks then randomize them? There is already a shuffle mode, which plays songs from your current queue at random.

@kelbot @Matter Doesn't make it any more acceptable, especially since the entire point of keybase is to link profiles, something that formerly was a very difficult task, and now is being done willingly by fooled users.

@Matter An even better question is why would anyone voluntarily make it easier for advertisers to tie all your accounts on many different services together? People pay top dollar for this and keybase now has a very valuable database all filled in by the very people who will be disadvantaged by this the most

re: browsers, capitaism, Brave 

re: browsers, capitaism, Brave 

browsers, capitaism, Brave 

@selea Sure, if there's demand for it. If you're able to, please open an issue so we can track progress better (and so that I don't forget to do it).

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

@marsxyz If you can tell me when this happens, I'll be able to prioritize working on it.

@marsxyz Blinking could be caused by Electron rendering engine, not sure about crashes. I know Discogs (which is the search backend) has lots of invalid data that causes this sometimes.

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