2-24-02: iScrobbler is now available! See below for download links!
2-24-02: Project Update: Binaries released to a group of beta testers. Public binaries in a few days!
2-18-02: Project Update
2-13-02: Project Update
iScrobbler is an application for Mac OS X that creates a simple menu extra that submits your "currently playing" info from iTunes to AudioScrobbler. AudioScrobbler is a project similar to the CDNow project that suggests music you might like based on what other people's interests. The difference is that while CDNow makes suggestions based on what people buy, AudioScrobbler makes suggestions based on what people are actually listening to. Also, AudioScrobbler is a non-commercial project. AudioScrobbler submissions are also possible through a plugin for Winamp2 (read this SixDifferentWays post for info on how to get it running with Winamp3), and XMMS.
iScrobbler is now available as a compressed .DMG file from the sourceforge download library.
The informal requirements are as follows:
iScrobbler is developed by Sam Ley. Visit his weblog, send him an email or see his personal stats on Audioscrobbler.com!
iScrobbler is written in Objective-C/Cocoa and Apple Script. iScrobbler requires the cURLHandle Framework to be installed if you intend to compile the application yourself. The framework is not needed to use the application. cURLHandle is graciously provided in the public domain.
iScrobbler is licensed under the GPL. A copy of the license can be found here.
Source code is currently available via anonymous CVS. See the Project Page for more details and CVS links.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.