Description: Command-line MPRIS-compatible Media Player Controller
Playerctl is a command-line utility and library for controlling media players
that implement the MPRIS D-Bus Interface Specification. Playerctl makes it
easy to bind player actions, such as play and pause, to media keys.
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I was about to submit a spec  and srpm  for playerctl and found this submission. Are you still interested in maintaining playerctl in Fedora? If yes, we could be co-maintainers, I've been using it for a few weeks now and I already adopted it!
I'm the owner of playerctl and I'd like to see it packaged in Fedora because it is the distro I personally use. If you need any help with creating a package let me know.
I will start the non-responsive maintainer policy to then start my own review request. I keep forgetting that playerctl is not in Fedora because I'm dogfooding on the packaging I linked in my previous comment.
Hi, I opened bug 1671571  with a new package request for playerctl. Then I noticed this bug is already open. I successfully built playerctl in COPR  and Koji. You can use and install playerctl on Fedora with the COPR repositories for Fedora 28 or later.
I'm closing this dead review as per guidelines, and we are making progress in bug 1671571. Jan, if you are still interested in playerctl, I'm sure Justin won't mind one more co-maintainer once he is sponsored.