LibreTime makes it easy to run your own online or terrestrial radio station. It is a community managed fork of the AirTime project.
It is managed by a friendly inclusive community of stations from around the globe that use, document and improve LibreTime. Join us in fixing bugs and in defining how we manage the codebase going forward.
We are currently ramping up development on this repository.
Check out the documentation for more information and start broadcasting!
Please note that LibreTime is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.
Please submit enhancements, bug-fixes or comments via GitHub.
The LibreTime follows the standardized Collective Code Construction Contract (C4). Its abstract is provided here.
C4 provides a standard process for contributing, evaluating and discussing improvements on software projects. It defines specific technical requirements for projects like a style guide, unit tests, git and similar platforms. It also establishes different personas for projects, with clear and distinct duties. C4 specifies a process for documenting and discussing issues including seeking consensus and clear descriptions, use of “pull requests” and systematic reviews.
The full text of the contract is licensed under the GPL and available at the above link courtesy of the ZeroMQ community.
To get support for any questions or problems you might have using the software we have a forum at discourse.libretime.org. We are moving towards using the forum to provide community support and reserving the github issue queue for confirmed bugs and well-formed feature requests.
You can also contact us through our Mattermost instance where you can talk with other users and developers.