Want to get Zeitgeist to track your Banshee play history? Do you then want to view it through the ace new Synapse launcher? You're in luck!
While the core development team are busy working on core enhancements and ensuring a rock solid Banshee 2.0, new community extension developer dz0ny has provided initial Jamendo support.
Ubuntu's new default media player Banshee has seen its first active development release leading towards the new media experience in Natty, 1.9.0.
Banshee CoverFlow-style plugin ‘Clutterflow‘ – which we’ve covered many,many times hence no formal introduction to it – has seen a new repackaged release this weekend. The release, which adds support for Banshee 1.8 and improves […]
The Banshee project is proud to announce that Banshee 2.0 will land on April 6th 2011, continuing the alignment of the Banshee and GNOME schedules as predicted. As Banshee has been granted the honor of […]
Banshee is to be the default music player in Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal - providing issues with disc space can be overcome.
With Ubuntu 11.04 switching to a combined Netbook and Desktop image only one music player can takes its place on default. The formal decision is due tomorrow but before then why not have some fun and let everyone know which player -you- would make default.
Let's take a break of all the wonderful UDS coverage to explore the first steps towards a new Podcast UI in Banshee.
Since Joey scooped me by posting Alex Launis exellent Play Queue enhancement, I figured now the time has come to show off a 5 month old feature in Banshee. Yes.. 5 months old. Namely Alexander […]
With our regular Banshee news-hound David Nielson enjoying himself in Brazil it’s left to me to share news of Banshee developer Alex Launi’s latest new feature for the aforementioned music player – a ‘play after’ […]
We first reported on Oliver Dufoli's Last.fm audio fingerprinting extension for Banshee back in mid-September. Now less than a month later I am happy to report that the extension has been merged into the Banshee Community Extensions and is functional.
One of the things I love about Banshee is how easy it is for people to fix their own issues without requiring extensive knowledge. Recently our community have be joined by two new developers who both started working on their own sexy features. Read on...