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@dave for use cases where an application wants to find podcasts that have locations in their chapters, I'm wondering if we could add an attribute to the chapters tag, something like locations="true" or features="locations,..." (the latter would be csv of chapter features).
It's kind of ugly but that's what we get for having external resources.
Podcasting 2.0 Dev Meeting for July 17th 2021 https://noagendatube.com/videos/watch/ebb1ba56-ebe7-4fdc-a544-2ef53cb2673d
@agates seems like it’s a time in the world to end our relationships with “industries” and create new relationships in communities.
Podcasting 2.0 Episode 46: Sliding into your PM's -- Adam & Dave discuss the week's developments on podcastindex.org including the Pocketcasts acquisition and the RRS debate Redux http://l.curry.com/fs5
Huh, the music industry is having problems getting the average musician paid. Who knew?
And now we're pushing for new ways to distribute and identify music in RSS and get rewarded for it by their fans with no middleman via a decentralized currency.
I hear podcasters talk about "the future of podcasting on Spotify" and I'm sitting here thinking to myself about "the future of music on podcasting."
I have strange life goals.
Some insight into low latency video streaming.
"Low Latency, LL-HLS, LL-DASH"
"Building a data team at a mid-stage startup: a short story"
Podcasting 2.0 Episode 45: Pressin' The Flesh and Kissin' Babies -- Adam & Dave discuss the week's developments on podcastindex.org joined by Aric for an overview of the new website and much much more! http://l.curry.com/frS
@adam https://m.imdb.com/title/tt11909202/?ref_=ext_shr_lnk your last show with joe is on imdb with a zookeeper reference
Intended for all stake holders of podcasting who are interested in improving the eco system