Konvert2Ogg is a KDE4 project I have started this month, and today is the big 0.1 day ;) It converts MP3s to Ogg Vorbis, effectively replacing the old command-line tool with a nice GUI.
Here’s the big shiny link:
I’ve been pleasantly impressed with the service SourceForge offers open source projects for free: hosting, space for downloads, shell access and even svn!
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WOW! I’m impressed.
Even though I’m a Gnomer, and an mp3er (since I have multiple appliances that play mp3s, and cannot be updated to handle other formats), I think that it’s great that you’re creating a project and hosting it on Sourceforge.
Pay attention to tags and the way you handle them, especially those that are not in Unicode – there are many codepages and you’ll need to make sure nothing gets screwed up in the process.
Thanks for the insight, the app itself doesn’t support tags yet, but it will, soon enough.
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