These days, finding good songs to listen to on the road can be a challenge. Radio stations
don't always play the kind of music everyone likes and there's no way to control what will be
played next. CDs help solve part of this problem, but they provide only a little over an
hour of music.
MP3s have become popular recently for storing songs on a computer, so why not take this same
technology and apply it to a car? VergePlayer
is a project
to integrate internet audio formats in an automotive environment in a way that allows maximum
configurability and ease of use.
Although the project is progressing steadily, it could certainly use some help from outside
developers. All of the code is open source under the GNU public license and is available in
section. Take a look at the
to do list
let us know
if you would like to help out.