#12
RG9400 wrote:
Mon Apr 27, 2020 10:26 pm
One thing to consider is that the Lidarr/Radarr devs have started work on Readarr. It's super super alpha right now, but it may make more sense to wait and implement that since it follows the same framework that the other Arrs are. LL is great, and I use it currently as well, so having it as an alternative (a la CouchPotato) isn't a terrible idea. Just giving a heads up on what the future may look like :D
I actually didn't know about Readarr. Thanks for letting me know about this one. Also, yes, it would seem like it would be better to implement Readarr instead of LazyLibrarian (which is a mess imo). I just spun up a docker and tried it out; it seems really good for now.