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New to the official addons thing, have been using my own repo.
I think both of my addons are in a pretty good state now and ready for
consideration into the official repo.
They can be found here:
(release versions under repository-downloads, development etc. under the
One is OzWeather - an Australia specific weather add on that adds official
government weather data (about the only data that is any good over here) and
radar maps, 7 day forecasts etc.
The other is XSqueeze - a squeezebox (hardware network music controller) -
emulator/controller. So far basic but quite functional, with a lot more
Both addons support localisation (OzWeather less so because all the data is
only available in English), have appropriate icons etc, and I've tried to do
things 'right'...but I am new to xbmc development, python AND git, and with
limited time, so it's been a bit of a fun curve getting here. OzWeather is
more hacked together than XSqueeze which is OO and has a decent structure in
I was wondering if anyone has a moment to do a quick review and let me know
if there are any too awful sins in there....before I submit a pull request.
Thanks for any attention!