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GNOME Internet Radio Locator (GIRL) version 2.0.0

GNOME Internet Radio Locator (GIRL) 2.0.0 is available!

This new GIRL 2.0.0 release comes with updated Hungarian translation and support for NRK P1, P2, P3, P3 Ur??rt and University of Cape Town Radio in South Africa.

This release will display information about the current radio channels while navigating between radio stations that you choose to listen to.

The default radio station since GIRL 1.9.0 is still WMBR at M.I.T. in Cambridge, MA, the second radio station that I added to GIRL 0.2.0 in November 2014. WMBR is one of the good Internet radio stations around.

All of the included 62 Internet radio stations in this program are:

NRK P1 (Oslo, Norway)
NRK P2 (Oslo, Norway)
NRK P3 (Oslo, Norway)
NRK Ur??rt (Oslo, Norway)
UCT Radio (Cape Town, South Africa)
CFRC (Kingston, Canada)
CHUO (Ottawa, Canada)
radiOrakel (Oslo, Norway)
KXSC (Los Angeles, CA)
WPTS (Pittsburgh, PA)
WTBU (Boston, MA)
Arizona State University (Phoenix, AZ)
SoundFM (Waterloo, Canada)
Radio NRJ Bern (Bern, Switzerland)
WVAU (Washington, DC)
KCSN (Los Angeles, CA)
KCSN (Los Angeles, CA)
KVRX (Austin, TX)
KSUB (Seattle, WA)
WRVU (Nashville, TN)
WHPK (Chicago, IL)
WNYO (Oswego, NY)
WUSB (Long Island, NY)
WUSB (Long Island, NY)
COOG (Houston, TX)
WVUA-FM (Tuscaloosa, AL)
University Radio York (York, United Kingdom)
EPER (Budapest, Hungary)
Burst Radio (Brighton, United Kingdom)
Fuse FM (Manchester, United Kingdom)
CJSW (Calgary, Canada)
Caper Radio (Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada)
WXOU (Rochester, MI)
WAMU (Washington, DC)
KDUP (Portland, OR)
95bFM (Auckland, New Zealand)
2NURFM (Newcastle, Australia)
Radio Adelaide (Adelaide, Australia)
Radio Adelaide (Adelaide, Australia)
Radio R (Brno, Czech Republic)
Radio Radius (Z??rich, Switzerland)
Leeds University Student Radio FM (Leeds, United Kingdom)
University Radio Nottingham (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
King’s College London Radio (London, United Kingdom)
Imperial College Radio (London, United Kingdom)
Coimbra University Radio (Coimbra, Portugal)
Radio Campus Bruxelles (Bruxelles, Belgium)
Radio Campus Paris (Paris, France)
WCSB (Cleveland, OH)
Pulse LSE (London, United Kingdom)
Oxford Student Radio (Oxford, United Kingdom)
Oxford Student Radio (Oxford, United Kingdom)
Cam FM (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Radio UNAM (M??xico City, M??xico)
WXYC (Chapel Hill, NC)
WXYC (Chapel Hill, NC)
KALX (Berkeley, CA)
WHRB (Boston, MA)
Radio NOVA (Oslo, Norway)
WWNO (New Orleans, LA)
KTRU (Houston, TX)
BBC World Service (London, United Kingdom)
NRK Radio Alltid Nyheter (Oslo, Norway)
WKCR (New York City, NY)
KZSU (San Francisco, CA)
KEXP (Seattle, WA)
WMBR (Boston, MA)

It is almost 5 months ago since I released GIRL 0.2.0 and I have
frankly no idea how many people who run this program to listen to
Internet radio. 16 people (see AUTHORS) have contributed to the
program so far.

If you find the program useful, drop me an email at [email protected]
The GIRL program is completely free, but you don’t have to do anything
else than run it on your computer in order to listen to Internet
radio. You are also free to fork it as long as you follow the license
terms in GNU GPL version 2, but I would appreciate if you send patches
instead of releasing your own version. Send patches through Bugzilla
on https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=girl

You could install and run GIRL on free GNU/Linux systems (such as Debian
GNU/Linux available from http://www.debian.org/ and Fedora Linux available
from https://getfedora.org/ with the provided binary packages) and listen to
58 supported Internet radio stations around the world if you have installed
the Videos application (https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Videos) from the GNOME
project.

This program is available in 13 languages, released as a part of the
GNOME project (http://www.gnome.org/) and 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; either
version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. 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. You should have received a copy of the GNU General
Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
02111-1307, USA.

Changes since GIRL 1.9.0:

Stations

* src/girl.xml: Add UCT Radio (www.radio.uct.ac.za)
* src/girl.xml: Add NRK P1 (www.nrk.no)
* src/girl.xml: Add NRK P2 (www.nrk.no)
* src/girl.xml: Add NRK P3 (www.nrk.no)

Translations

* po/hu.po: Updated Hungarian translation by Bal??zs ??r

Source

http://download.gnome.org/sources/girl/2.0/girl-2.0.0.tar.xz

Fedora 21 RPMS
http://girl.software/girl.spec
http://girl.software/girl-2.0.0-1.fc21.src.rpm
http://girl.software/girl-2.0.0-1.fc21.x86_64.rpm

Mailing list
http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/girl-list/

Screenshot
http://girl.software/screenshot.png

Source repository
git://git.gnome.org/girl
https://git.gnome.org/browse/girl
ssh://[email protected]/git/girl

Translation status
https://l10n.gnome.org/module/girl/

Translators are as always welcome to translate Girl into a new language.

Authors
Ole Aamot (Maintainer)
Marek ??ernock?? (Czech translation)
Rafael Ferreira (Brazilian Portuguese translation)
???????????????? ??????????????/Miroslav Nikoli?? (Serbian translation)
Wolfgang St??ggl (German translation)
Piotr Dr??g (Polish translation)
Muhammet Kara (Turkish translation)
Bal??zs ??r (Hungarian translation)
Wiki Graphic Designer (Icon design)
Aly Raj (Icon design)
Andika Triwidada (Indonesian translation)
?????????????? ????????????????????/Efstathios Iosifidis (Greek translation)
Matej Urban??i?? (Slovenian translation)
Samir Ribi?? (Bosnian translation)
Daniel Mustieles (Spanish translation)

You are welcome to add personal radio stations in $HOME/.girl/girl.xml
(see src/girl.xml or http://girl.software/girl.xml for the syntax) and
translations to new languages, and submit suggestions for improvements
in Bugzilla on https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=girl

Thanks to all who contributed stations/patches/translations in the 2.0
release!

Enjoy Internet radio,
Ole Aamot