Hey guys! Finally, I got around to work on NitroTracker again, and the result is here:https://github.com/0xtob/nitrotracker
That's right, NitroTracker is 100% open source GPL v3 code (the XM player is even zlib licensed, meaning it's open source, but can be included in closed source software).
Also check out the news on the NitroTracker page here
I know, development hasn't been fast recently. The reason for this is that I graduated from university and started a (awesome!) job. Unfortunately, this has severely reduced my coding time, which is why I decided to finally make NitroTracker open source.
With this I intend to make development faster by getting some capable developers into the boat. If you're interested, don't hesitate to ask me! There's plenty of things to do, and it shouldn't be awfully hard to get started with the code.
Of course, not everyone is a coder :-) But you guys are doing an awesome job posting feature suggestions and bug reports on this forum! In order to streamline the development process, I've decided to move the place for feature requests and bug reports to the Google Code issue tracker. Read more about it in my post here
So, in the next days I will go through all of the issues you posted here and add them to the issue tracker. I'll add some issues of my own, and this will result in a detailed plan for the following three-or-so releases. Then, with (hopefully) more developers on board work will go forth much more quickly and tracking on the DS will become totally awesome!
To awesomeness, and beyond!
TobEdit by Saga Musix: Updated code repository URL from Google Code to GitHub