Here I announce a new cool use for Perl (POE + MP3::Info + TT, especially)
Trickster - Pure Perl Media Streaming Server
This would be your enjoyment as an intranet radio station. You can browse and manipulate streaming queue with simple web interface. Queue manipulation and playlist history is all handled with a file based Unix way, so extensions can be made easily.
Implemented with POE (HTTP streaming server part) and Template-Toolkit + Template::Plugin::MP3 (web interface part).
You can see screenshot of its interface here
You can join the development mailing list and view CVS repository at
sourceforge.jp project page.
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