Nuvola Player needs a new maintainer

Nuvola Player is a graphical interface for tuning in to all your Cloud-based music services. I first wrote about it a month ago (see Nuvola Player: Enjoy all your Cloud music services from one interface).

But now comes an announcement from the lone developer that “development has been discontinued.”

Why?

Because:

I went from being “single” to “in a relationship” a few months ago and I have less free time and extra expenses since then, so I have to evaluate more carefully what I spend my time on and think more economically. Unfortunately, Nuvola Player has become an unwanted child in this context.

I could say a few things about this, but I’ll just let it be. Meanwhile, if you think that Nuvola Player is worth the trouble, contact the author.

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