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Crossing my fingers!

Quote:Hi there,

Thanks for your interest!

If your proposal matches our current business and technology development
needs, a Google representative will be in touch with you shortly.

We appreciate your interest in Google Music, and thank you for taking the
time to write in.

Regards,

Anna W.
The Google Music Team



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Subject: Integration of Google Music Into Nightingale Media Player
Date: Sun, 04 Mar 2012 04:37:21 +0000

>
> AutoDetectedBrowser: Firefox 1
> AutoDetectedOS: Linux
> IIILanguage: en
> IssueType: music_feedback
> Language: en
> feedback_desc: Let me precurse this entire email by stating that I love
> Google Music, and that I really love it for my Droid2. It's great for
when
> I'm at work and for when I'm out jogging. I use it all the time.
>
> I apologize for using the Android contact form, but I am contacting on
> behalf of the Nightingale Media Player Community, as I'm the de-facto
> leader of the open source media player's development, although it leads
> itself in a sense. Nightingale is an MPL/GPL/BSD compatible media
player,
> forked from Songbird, which is cross platform and is officially
supported
> on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh.
>
> One of our largest goals is to find a means of integrating Google Music
> into the player. We'd like to have a unified library between Google
Music
> and the local hard drive, syncing between the local drive and Google
Music
> (two way), and we'd also like to integrate player controls and playback.

> The most important feature, though, would be our desire for a Google
Music
> store within the Nightingale player - 7digital is all we have, and the
> community doesn't get a cut of the profits, and to be quite honest, it's

> just not all that great of a music purchasing platform in comparison to
> Google Music. We love Google, and we need funding for servers, and on
top
> of it all, our community has been crying for weeks wanting a way of
> integrating the cloud music services into the Nightingale media player.
> Google seems the best solution.
>
> To facilitate these things, we wondered if a private API and/or joint
> effort with our player project would be possible. Our first release had
> close to 15,000 downloads not counting the thousands of Linux users who
> built the player themselves. We're gearing up to release our next
version
> for Windows, Linux and Macintosh this coming Monday. We feel that if we
> could partner with Google Music, and possibly also get involved with the

> Summer of Code, that we could create a killer player that would eclipse
> iTunes while remaining open source and free for everyone. The Google
stamp
> of approval for Nightingale would be like putting the last shovelful of
> dirt on top of iTune's grave.
>
> We humbly ask you to forward this message to the parties who are
involved
> with such integration, and those who are in charge of Summer of Code (as
we
> aren't a legal/financial organization), and also ask that you please let
us
> know what you think.
>
> Regards,
>
> Matt Parnell
> http://getnightingale.com
>
you can look at using the onofficial google music api https://github.com/simon-weber/Unofficia...-Music-API until there is a official one
That could be a possibility, although we'd want to make sure it would work for us. The real downside is that it's written in python.