What the heck are you talking about?
About Otto, a small application built on the MeegoTouch (formerly called Dui) framework. MeegoTouch will be the Ui framework powering Harmattan, the next Maemo version.
Ok, and what is it supposed to do?
Otto uses Tracker (which will be deeply integrated into Harmattan) to look for untagged music tracks (but you can also search for a specific track to tag). And for a track, it can search for tags online automatically, by computing an audio fingerprint and matching it against the MusicDNS service. Tags, if available, are retrieved from MusicBrainz, a community driven metadata database. All that, in one click (or touch, if you’re using a touchscreen). Because tagging tracks is boring, it should be as automatic as it can be.
Interesting, where do I get it?
I put the code on Gitorious. To compile it, you need a recent enough version of MeegoTouch, and libofa. The former you’ll probably to compile from source, the latter is packaged in most distributions out there.
This thing totally doesn’t work! Help!
Well, it works well enough for me, but of course I don’t expect the code to be bug free. I’ll gladly answer any question in the comments. Also, merge requests are enabled on Gitorious, so send your patches!