Adding a show to the Airtime calendar.
Sourcefabric released Airtime 1.8.1, an update to the free, open radio software for scheduling and remote station management, on May 3rd. Containing mainly bug fixes, the update addressed reports from the community on the new feature set introduced in Airtime 1.8.
The Airtime server software runs on Ubuntu and Debian, and multiple users can use the software to schedule radio shows remotely through any web browser. Support packages and custom services are available from Sourcefabric.
Key improvements of Airtime 1.8.1
- Fixed issue where an track's progress bar would keep updating, even if the track was no longer playing.
- Fixed problem where editing a show would only update some of the show instances.
- Fixed an issue related to editing a show that had instances scheduled in the past.
- airtime-clean-storage command-line utility now works properly
- Fixed an issue related the "airtime-import" command-line utility
- Fixed an issue with the Airtime Debian package overwriting configuration files
- Fixed some database install issues on Debian
- Fixed an issue with show names and foreign characters causing the show to not start (temporarily disabled allowing the usage of these characters)
New features in Airtime 1.8.x
- Ability to edit shows introduced - edit everything any show data at any time.
- Show repeat and rebroadcast - can also be edited, ten rebroadcast shows now possible.
- Calendar improved. Loading a station schedule is now five to eight times faster.
- Airtime’s new installation script has two config files options - preserve and overwrite
- Uninstall no longer removes Airtime config files or the music storage directory.
- Airtime’s default output stream is now OGG, rather than MP3.
Full Airtime 1.8.1 changelog.