Thank you Subsonic, saying goodbye!

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Re: Thank you Subsonic, saying goodbye!

Postby zeroth » Mon Aug 13, 2018 8:00 pm

I have absolutely no issues with Subsonic. Works great and does EXACTLY what I need. The last update was Oct 2017. I'm not sure that should be considered lack of development. One good release a year is good enough for me. Thanks Subsonic team!
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Re: Thank you Subsonic, saying goodbye!

Postby bupkis » Wed Aug 15, 2018 6:59 pm

zeroth wrote:I have absolutely no issues with Subsonic. Works great and does EXACTLY what I need. The last update was Oct 2017. I'm not sure that should be considered lack of development. One good release a year is good enough for me. Thanks Subsonic team!


It's not just that the last update was Oct 2017. The last post from the developer in this forum was in Nov 2017. Bug reports on the sourceforge page have been "awaiting moderator approval" for months.

If subsonic were still open source, it wouldn't be dependent on the enthusiasm (existence?) of one person. There is no "Subsonic team!"

As it is, the writing is on the wall.
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Re: Thank you Subsonic, saying goodbye!

Postby wdf » Thu Aug 16, 2018 10:46 pm

Is subsonic abandoned?
Developer have not logged-in since Mar 13, 2018..
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Re: Thank you Subsonic, saying goodbye!

Postby madhusker » Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:27 pm

When you're dev master, you can use invisible mode!

Subsonic is setup pretty well and just works.... If you're looking for bleeding edge features and more than vanilla features, you probably need to migrate to the madsonic fork. But be ready to pay for it!!
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Re: Thank you Subsonic, saying goodbye!

Postby Jägs » Fri Aug 17, 2018 3:34 am

madhusker wrote:If you're looking for bleeding edge features and more than vanilla features, you probably need to migrate to the madsonic fork. But be ready to pay for it!!


Or, you could look at Airsonic (https://airsonic.github.io/Airsonic).
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Re: Thank you Subsonic, saying goodbye!

Postby zeroth » Mon Dec 10, 2018 8:59 pm

bupkis wrote:
zeroth wrote:I have absolutely no issues with Subsonic. Works great and does EXACTLY what I need. The last update was Oct 2017. I'm not sure that should be considered lack of development. One good release a year is good enough for me. Thanks Subsonic team!


It's not just that the last update was Oct 2017. The last post from the developer in this forum was in Nov 2017. Bug reports on the sourceforge page have been "awaiting moderator approval" for months.

If subsonic were still open source, it wouldn't be dependent on the enthusiasm (existence?) of one person. There is no "Subsonic team!"

As it is, the writing is on the wall.




Two updates this year so I guess Subsonic lives on! Thanks For the great software. I use it everyday
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Re: Thank you Subsonic, saying goodbye!

Postby Zooey22 » Thu Dec 13, 2018 12:11 am

I use Plex and Subsonic, I had used mostly plex until this week when I went to try and stream/shuffle play from my Xmass folder for tunes @ work, HA not gonna happen with Plex. PLex will not allow you to stream from folder.
Very annoying.
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