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Announcing Tangerine 0.3.1

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Tangerine is a sharing program for your music. Tangerine allows you to share your media with people nearby over the DAAP protocol. Tangerine hooks into your media player, or watches your file system to share your collection, with the tags and info you’ve given it. Your media- shared.

Tangerine isn’t new; Tangerine has been around for a little bit but unfortunately its development has stagnated. I love sharing, and I wanted to be able to share media from Banshee, so I talked to Snorp, and picked up development. Tangerine 0.3.1’s only major “feature” is a ramped up Banshee plugin that will share your Banshee media collection.

But now the exciting part!




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