so if you want to make a QR code that works for everyone, maybe you could use Apple’s feed-based URL scheme and build a QR scanner into each podcast app that intercepts it. So iOS users that just use their a generic QR scanner get Apple Podcasts, and people scanning from their podcast app get a better experience.
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The onboarding will all get sorted by the bigger players as time goes on. I just want podcasting to be ready for when that day comes. Because when it does, and mass onboarding to lightning gets baked into everyone’s Twitter account, things are going to take off like a rocket ship.
Just need to make sure all the supporting infrastructure is in place.
@davekeeshan Also an excellent idea.t plan is to sit down tomorrow and write the flow chart needed to find them. First look at A, then check B, and so on.
@phoneboy How long since the last episode was published? If it was demoted to low scan priority it might take up to two weeks before it gets scanned again.
@ville Is that an on-chain transaction, or is that buying lightning directly? Just wondering about the fees.
@agates This is a really, really good idea. I’m actually afraid we will forget it. Could you put it into the proposal doc? I’m going to open the next phase while in Nashville and I don’t want to forget.
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