Version 113 (modified by Adam Cécile (Le_Vert), 14 years ago) ( diff )



2009/02/26 -- Museek+ 0.2 is finally out! This is a major release with a complete rewrite of the daemon (museekd) and one of the main client (museeq). It is quite stable and users are strongly encouraged to update. Development will now continue on the future 0.3 version: don't hesitate to help us.

2008/09/22 -- NewNet branch has finally been merged into trunk! A 0.2 release will follow soon...

2008/09/13 -- Debian's binary packages for Sid and Lenny are available. Based on devel snapshot from the NewNet branch.

Welcome to the Museek+ Trac

What is Museek+?

Museek+ is a GPL licensed file-sharing application for the Soulseek peer-to-peer network. It is written in C++ and runs on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD (it may run on other platforms (MacOSX, ...) but this has not yet been tested).

It is based on Museek, a soulseek client written by Hyriand. For an history of Museek+, see the FAQ.

Museek+, an actively developed Soulseek client

Museek+ (or Museek-Plus) can now be considered as a replacement for Museek. It is actively developed and supports most of Soulseek features (downloads and uploads with rate limiting, searches, wishlist, rooms, interests, browsing, user lists, private chat).
New features, like private rooms, should be included in future versions.

Museek+ is separated into several components:

To install Museek+ see this page.

We are looking for your help ! If you have some skills in RPM packaging, FreeBSD ports or anything else, please contact us ! You can open a ticket and attach your files.

What's New in Museek+?

Read about the New Features : MuseekPlusNewFeatures
Feature History : ChangeLog
To Do : ToDo
What makes Museek different from other clients? : SoulseekClientComparison

Other programs in the Subversion Repository

  • moodriver -- A driver library for Museek Clients implemented in C++

Read the Developers Guide for information about the Soulseek Protocol, Museek Client Protocol and Translation instructions for Museeq.

Note: See TracWiki for help on using the wiki.