@benjaminbellamy adding to that, almost no one says something that every podcast should do, own the address of its feed. You can redirect to your hoat, but definitively, the feed everyone knows of your podcast should be owned by you.
Last, when you have multiple RSS feeds, mirrored here and there, they always end up being all indexed, confusing your audience and splitting it into pieces like a shattered… mirror.
To me, adding Podcasting 2.0 tags there seems to be an awful idea.
Podcast Host must be a part of that.
They must feel involved.
We all know that workarounds have a tendency to stick forever…
Do not encourage podcasters to create a multi-layered RSS feed.
There is no benefit here.
No podcast host will keep you stuck.
They all offer 302 redirection. But by the way, do we you if Chartable will? They did not say.
Pipewire has many advantages over Alsa / Jack Audio / PulseAudio:
- It works for both audio and video (Hello OBS!).
- It is supposed to be more consistent.
- It provides lower latency.
- It natively allows you to work with several sound cards simultaneously! 🥳
I created a pull request to be able to specify both network name and protocol with podcast:socialInteract :
This is useful especially with open networks which use the same protocols.
I rewrote my guide to how to enable your podcast for value4value streaming sats a bit - https://podnews.net/article/how-to-earn-bitcoin-from-your-podcast
I've focused on using the word "Bitcoin" more, since people understand that; added some earning data, and clarified some wording, I hope.
Podcasts, e-commerce & open-source
Intended for all stake holders of podcasting who are interested in improving the eco system