Linked by Kroc Camen on Tue 13th Jul 2010 08:09 UTC, submitted by zegenie
OSNews, Generic OSes Spotify has made a (Qt-based, but with extra gnome-support package) Linux client available for download. The client is available only to premium subscribers - reported to be because they haven't found a reliable way to show ads yet. It also doesn't support local file playback yet, but then this port was built "during hack days and late nights".
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RE[2]: Qt not QT
by lubod on Tue 13th Jul 2010 09:57 UTC in reply to "RE: Qt not QT"
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Me too!

I'd like Linux to succeed, but it has a few people who would rather say "ignorant n00b, RTFM!" than more helpful people.

This is why Ubuntu is making waves, kernel hackers!

NOT because they do kernel hacking, BUT because helping newbies (of which I'm no longer one) without insults is a declared institutional goal.

Neither PR nor technology wins alone. You need BOTH. QED.

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