GNOME Internet Radio Locator 5.0.0 with BBC (United Kingdom) on Fedora Core 34

GNOME Internet Radio Locator 5.0.0 with BBC (United Kingdom) features English and Asian language translation, a new, improved map marker palette with 188 other radio stations from around the world and live audio streaming from BBC implemented through GStreamer.

BBC – Radio 1
BBC – Radio 2
BBC – Radio 3
BBC – Radio 4
BBC – Radio 4 LW (UK only)
BBC – Radio 4 LW (non-UK)
BBC – Radio 5 live (UK only)
BBC – Radio 5 live (non-UK)
BBC – Radio 6 Music
BBC – Radio 1Xtra
BBC – Radio 4 Extra
BBC – Radio 5 Live sports extra (UK only)
BBC – Radio Asian Network
BBC – BBC CWR
BBC – BBC Essex
BBC – BBC Hereford Worcester
BBC – Radio Berkshire
BBC – Radio Bristol
BBC – Radio Cambridge
BBC – Radio Cornwall
BBC – Radio Cumbria
BBC – Radio Cymru
BBC – Radio Cymru 2
BBC – Radio Derby
BBC – Radio Devon
BBC – Radio Foyle
BBC – Radio Gloucestershire
BBC – Radio Guernsey
BBC – Radio Humberside
BBC – Radio Jersey
BBC – Radio Kent
BBC – Radio Lancashire
BBC – Radio Leeds
BBC – Radio Leicester
BBC – Radio Lincolnshire
BBC – Radio London
BBC – Radio Manchester
BBC – Radio Merseyside
BBC – Radio nan Gaidheal
BBC – Radio Newcastle
BBC – Radio Norfolk
BBC – Radio Northampton
BBC – Radio Nottingham
BBC – Radio Orkney
BBC – Radio Oxford
BBC – Radio Scotland FM
BBC – Radio Scotland MW
BBC – Radio Sheffield
BBC – Radio Shropshire
BBC – Radio Solent
BBC – Radio Solent West Dorset
BBC – Radio Somerset Sound
BBC – Radio Stoke
BBC – Radio Suffolk
BBC – Radio Surrey
BBC – Radio Sussex
BBC – Radio Tees
BBC – Radio Ulster
BBC – Radio Wales
BBC – Radio Wiltshire
BBC – Radio WM
BBC – Radio York
BBC – Three Counties Radio
BBC – BBC World Service (London, United Kingdom)

The project lives on www.gnomeradio.org and the Fedora 34 RPM packages of  version 5.0.0 of GNOME Internet Radio Locator are now also available for free:

gnome-internet-radio-locator.spec

gnome-internet-radio-locator-5.0.0-1.fc34.src.rpm

gnome-internet-radio-locator-5.0.0-1.fc34.x86_64.rpm

To install GNOME Internet Radio Locator 5.0.0 on Fedora Core 34 in GNOME Terminal, run the following installation command to resolve all dependencies:

sudo dnf install http://www.gnomeradio.org/~ole/fedora/RPMS/x86_64/gnome-internet-radio-locator-5.0.0-1.fc34.x86_64.rpm

To run GNOME Internet Radio Locator from GNOME Terminal, run the command

/usr/bin/gnome-internet-radio-locator

To inspect the source code and build the version 5.0.0 source tree, run

sudo dnf install gnome-common
sudo dnf install intltool libtool gtk-doc geoclue2-devel yelp-tools
sudo dnf install gstreamer1-plugins-bad-free-devel geocode-glib-devel
sudo dnf install libchamplain-devel libchamplain-gtk libchamplain
git clone http://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-internet-radio-locator
cd gnome-internet-radio-locator/
./autogen.sh
make install

GNOME Internet Radio Locator 4.0.1 with KVRX on Fedora Core 33

GNOME Internet Radio Locator 4.0.1 with KVRX (Austin, Texas) features updated language translations, new, improved map marker palette with 125 other radio stations from around the world with live audio streaming implemented through GStreamer.

The project lives on www.gnomeradio.org and Fedora 33 RPM packages for version 4.0.1 of GNOME Internet Radio Locator are now also available:

gnome-internet-radio-locator.spec

gnome-internet-radio-locator-4.0.1-1.fc33.src.rpm

gnome-internet-radio-locator-4.0.1-1.fc33.x86_64.rpm

To install GNOME Internet Radio Locator 4.0.1 on Fedora Core 33 in Terminal:

sudo dnf install http://www.gnome.org/~ole/fedora/RPMS/x86_64/gnome-internet-radio-locator-4.0.1-1.fc33.x86_64.rpm

 

GNOME Internet Radio Locator 3.4.0 with C-SPAN for Fedora Core 32

GNOME Internet Radio Locator 3.4.0 features updated language translations, new, improved map marker palette and now as well as C-SPAN from United States Supreme Court, Congress and Senate, also includes streaming radio from Washington, United States of America; WAMU/NPR, London, United Kingdom; BBC World Service, Berlin, Germany; Radio Eins, Norway; NRK, and Paris, France; France Inter/Info/Culture, as well as 119 other radio stations from around the world with live audio streaming implemented through GStreamer.  The project lives on www.gnomeradio.org and Fedora 32 RPM packages for version 3.4.0 of GNOME Internet Radio Locator are now also available:

gnome-internet-radio-locator.spec

gnome-internet-radio-locator-3.4.0-1.fc32.src.rpm

gnome-internet-radio-locator-3.4.0-1.fc32.x86_64.rpm

To install GNOME Internet Radio Locator 3.4.0 on Fedora Core 32 in Terminal:

sudo dnf install http://www.gnomeradio.org/~ole/fedora/RPMS/x86_64/gnome-internet-radio-locator-3.4.0-1.fc32.x86_64.rpm

Record Live Audio as Ogg Vorbis in GNOME Gingerblue 0.2.0

Today I released GNOME Gingerblue version 0.2.0 with the basic new features:

  • Record Live Vorbis Audio stream in <Name> - <Song> - <ISO 8601 timestamp>.ogg
  • Timestamp ISO 8601 Audio File in G_USER_DIRECTORY_MUSIC ($HOME/Music/)
  • Store ISO 8601 Timestamp Song Files in G_USER_DIRECTORY_MUSIC ($HOME/Music/)
  • Meta Info Setup Wizard
  • XML Parsing

I began work on GNOME Gingerblue on July 4th, 2018, two years ago and I am going to spend the next four years to complete it for GNOME 4.

GNOME Gingerblue will be a Free Software program for musicians who would compose, record and share original music to the Internet from the GNOME Desktop.

The project isn’t yet ready for distribution with GNOME 3 and the GUI and features such as meta tagging and Internet uploads must be implemented.

The GNOME release team complained at the early release cycle in July and call the project empty, but I estimate it will take at least 4 years to complete 4.0.0 in reasonable time for GNOME 4 to be released between 2020 and 2026.

The Internet community can’t have Free Music without Free Recording Software for GNOME, but GNOME 4 isn’t built in 1 day.

I am trying to get gtk_record_button_new() into GTK+ 4.0.

I hope to work more on the first major release of GNOME Gingerblue during Christmas 2020 and perhaps get meta tags working as a new feature in 1.0.0.

Meanwhile you can visit the GNOME Gingerblue project domain www.gingerblue.org with the GNOME wiki page, test the initial GNOME Gingerblue 0.2.0 release that writes and records Song files from the microphone in $HOME/Music/ with Wizard GUI and XML parsing from August 2018, or spend money on physical goods such as the Norsk Kombucha GingerBlue soda or the Ngs Ginger Blue 15.6″ laptop bag.

GNOME Radio 3 Presentation at GUADEC 2020

GNOME Internet Radio Locator 3.0.1 (Washington)

GNOME Radio is the Public Network Radio Software for Accessing Free World Broadcasts on Internet running on GNOME.

When my FM radio stopped receiving FM broadcasts from Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) due to migration onto DAB in Oslo, Norway on September 19th, 2017, I could still listen to radio, thanks to gnome-internet-radio-locator that receive live and present radio from the Internet running on GNOME.

I spent 3 years before this event occured writing GNOME Internet Radio Locator for GNOME 2 between 2014-2017 and 3 more years, after Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) shut down its FM broadcasts, building GNOME 3 support for further international as well as Norwegian radio stations with help from the GStreamer and the GNOME community.

In 2018 I began writing my Master thesis about GNOME Radio and GNOME Internet Radio Locator and on July 10, 2020 I published my Master thesis on GNOME Radio; gnome-radio-0.2.0 and gnome-internet-radio-locator-3.0.3, at Oslo Metropolitan University and University of Oslo in Norway.

See my GUADEC 2020 talk on GNOME Radio 3 scheduled for the Newcomers Workshop GUADEC 2020 session July 27, 2020 between 15:00-17:00.

Visit gnomeradio.org and wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Radio for full details on GNOME Radio.

GNOME Internet Radio Locator 3.0.0 for Fedora Core 31

gnome-internet-radio-locator 3.0.0

GNOME Internet Radio Locator 3.0.0 features the new, improved map marker palette and now also includes radio from Berlin, Germany; Radio Eins as well as 121 other radio stations from around the world with audio streaming implemented through GStreamer.  The project lives on www.gnomeradio.org and Fedora 31 RPM packages for version 3.0.0 of GNOME Internet Radio Locator are now also available:

gnome-internet-radio-locator.spec

gnome-internet-radio-locator-3.0.0-1.fc31.src.rpm

gnome-internet-radio-locator-3.0.0-1.fc31.x86_64.rpm

GStreamer Conference 2019

I have published a lightening talk on GNOME Radio for GUADEC 2019 in Thessaloniki, Greece on August 23, 2019.

On September 10, 2019 I released GNOME Radio (gnome-radio) version 0.2.0 and I released GNOME Internet Radio Locator (gnome-internet-radio-locator) version 2.0.6 with support for Middle East Broadcasting Center in Dubai, Saudi Arabia on September 22, 2019.

On October 29, 2019 I am going via Paris on Air France to the GStreamer Conference 2019 held between October 30, 2019 and November 1, 2019 in Lyon, France to give a 5-minute lightening talk on GNOME Radio as part of my Bachelor thesis in Electrical Engineering at Oslo Metropolitan University in Oslo, Norway with the earliest delivery on June 30, 2020.