Cloudnine is a web application that generates Spotify playlists designed to elevate the listener's mood. To do this, it takes into account the user's current state of mind (as rated by the user) in addition to the current weather conditions in the user's geographic area. The goal is to counteract the effects of seasonal depression.
The application is being built by University of Surrey students as part of a software engineering coursework assignment.
Contributions are currently open only to members of the core development team (named below).
To contribute to this project, please:
- Follow the steps on the Development Environment Setup wiki page to correctly configure your local machine.
- For each contribution, follow the steps in the Contribution Guide.
This project was made possible by the contributions of the following individuals:
- Adrian Constantinescu
- Annabel Taylor
- Juan Snyman
- Laura Adok
- Liman Makama
- Samuel Hobbs
- Syed-Ali Raza
Contributors to this project (those listed above, in addition to any others not listed) agree to license their contributions under the terms of the Apache License 2.0, the specifics of which can be found in the
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