I really think you're being a bit too unfair to yourself and to your
work, so I suggest you remove that line. Most great programs start off
simply and grow.
The screen-cap image implies it's a ms-windows program, but readme.md
does not list any system or build requirements (particularly OS and
If you have a website for the project (implied by the "Website" code
directory), you should link to it from github.
All in all, it looks great. Thanks for ShowHN'ing it.
Should have gone with the neutral screencap - OS X...
or.. you know.. a few screenshots on different platforms.
 And it's clear from the about section of the home-page that the developer uses windows, since he credits other's for the Mac & Linux support.
https://stoffiplayer.com/news was last updated "December 24, 2012"...
This project doesn't show much signs of life, how is it news?
It uses Kinect for Windows to quantify dance movements
This fixes two major annoyances I've had with VLC in that it never handled displaying the Genre in the playlist and there was some minor problems in the meta files in my MP3s that meant I could never have all my files displayed as it crashed when loading in the files.
It found all my MP3s both without me having to tell it where they were and loaded them in quickly.
(every label of the interface has the `text` text instead of the expected word (`play`, `file`, etc.)
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