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    I haven’t used magit forge yet, so correct me, if I’m wrong, but I believe it was built for this usecase: https://github.com/magit/forge

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      The code on which this is based predates forge, I believe. I have used forge and it works – you can create a PR without a trip to the browser. However, it does not yet have the ability to add reviewers in Github, so I usually use forge’s C-c C-w binding to visit a branch on Github in the browser, then create the PR there.

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      Nice writeup!

      It’s super cool to have Spotify on BSD, kind of surprised it’s not more known about.

      Indeed, I am currently working on an ncurses Spotify client for exactly this reason - to use Spotify on OpenBSD. I will gladly post it here if there’s interest and once it’s somewhat ready for the public.

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        Please! What are you writing it in?

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          Sure! This will be in Rust due to the tremendous work by the librespot project. So far you can only search for tracks and play them. No queues/playlists or anything else that’s fancy, though I hope to get done some work this year.

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        Can anyone who has this server tell me about their experiences with the CPU? I’ve been interested in running OpenBSD on the Dediboxes for a while now, but from what I’ve read they’re not too performant.