Although the remaining active developers have been very busy with real life these days, the project is not dead.
We worked on underground minor bugfixes, and basically waited a month for this news: our test webradio reached a uptime of one month!
The other nice news is that the system is spreading a bit, since we have our (probably) first non-developer user. The webradio at Centrale Paris, Radio Pi, is moving to liquidsoap. They used to run a spaghetti system, and are currently moving to liquidsoap for a cleaner system with more features. The migration came sonner than expected, since they unfortunately had some hardware problems causing loss of much data and breakage of the old system.
This is a very good motivation for more bug-fixes, updating of the documentation, making the system easier to install and use, and probably another release... let's say before summer, we're still busy computer science phd students ;)
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