Hey, just came across this post and was happy to see you guys are taking this issue seriously. If you haven't already, there's an excellent course at Udacity on accessible development. Everyone at my work is required to do it - I highly recommend it! It's something that is important to build a good habit from the start. Although visually impaired folks are a big focus, it covers a much wider range of best practices for all users.
There is also axe-con that just finished this week. The videos and conference are all free, so take a look.
Best of luck to you guys!
Hey man, thanks for starting this, as a consumer of both comics and manga I've been looking for something like this forever!
I'm not much of a developer but I'd like to contribute where I can. You mentioned you might need some help in the hosting department, I have a pretty good background in web hosting so any way I can help please let me know!
> matches anything we're looking for
not quite - just ensures it has results in its category its looking for and has some sort of results; nothing to do with one's library
Anyway this is not a Readarr Issue.
Jackett (and Prowlarr's actually) definitions both do a search at https://apibay.org/precompiled/data_top100_recent.json
There are no torrents in the categories being searched
This page will just about never return any results that are in the book category, thus will never work with readarr.
from testing in prowlarr all results are filtered out and none are returned as the categories do not match what was searched. I assume Jackett will be the same. Thus Readarr is correct - no results are returned
Agreed - can't wait for this to be in beta/close-to-release status - lidarr and lazy librarian are unusable imho when it comes to audiobooks, and the 'arr series of applications are absolutely fabulous - here's to hoping Readarr is able to bring that 'arr awesomeness to audiobooks! I highly encourage anyone who feels the same to become a contributor to the Readarr team: https://opencollective.com/readarr
Would you accept a pull request that implements it? I can't guarantee any timeline, but I've submitted a PR for Lidarr in the past (https://github.com/Lidarr/Lidarr/pull/1910) and imagine Readarr would be similar in terms of code style.
I use a sync to Dropbox that lets me choose various titles to add to my local Android sync folder that's connected to Smart Audiobook Player (it's a little complicated to find the local folder initially)
Once it's done it's really easy to use DB to locally sync the titles you want on your device at any given time without syncing more than you need and Smart will immediately update to see those titles