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Bangarang – A KDE media player

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Over last few months I started work on a media player and, inspired by Aaron’s recent blog on continuous communication, it seemed appropriate to share my dabblings so far.

Bangarang is a KDE media player.

As much as possible, the pillars of KDE and existing KDE technologies are/will be used, and constructive feedback provided to the respective projects. Hopefully this might provide additional set of use cases, and a platform to test them on, for some of the still evolving technologies.

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