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Use Lastfm authentication API instead of storing passwords
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The Audacious music player uses the new Lastfm API that lets you authenticate your account without having to store any password locally. The account keeps connected until you revoke the permission.

That\'s a better solution than the current password-based API used by Sayonara.


Documentation: http://www.last.fm/api/desktopauth
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#2
You are right. I used this mechanism once, but due to some Last.fm API changes this thing stopped working. I guess Rhythmbox had the same issue. But it\'s time to have a look at it again. Thank you for this hint
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