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Yes, I know Calibre, I've been using it for a long time.
But Guayadeque is more flexible and efficient than Calibre. All Guayadeque needs is to know how to deal with e-book files (PDF, EPUB) and how to tag them (ISBNdb, Open Library, Amazon, Google).
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I don't know if it is easy to implement, but I think a useful option would be to manage also video files.
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No. Please no. Let's keep this as audio player only. All those versatile apps are crappy in more than one aspect so at the end most of the people use one for each media type.
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Yeah this is not a good idea, sorry.
Though I must say I think Calibre is a horrible program. I would also appreciate a 'Guayadeque-like' ebook manager.
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I think its out of the scope of a Music Manager.