I used to think awards were there to recognise some one, then I came to realise it is usually just used by an organisation to attach themselves to some else's success:
I wrote a new tool for fediverse: search Peertube via Matrix. It uses Sepia Search API to search on all participating public Peertube instances. You can also select any single instance. It's implemented as a module for Hemppa the bot - see docs here: https://github.com/vranki/hemppa#peertube-search #peertube #matrix
Clubhouse data leak: 1.3M user records leaked online for free
In this episode, we welcome to the show New York based stand-up Shaun Eli.
Shaun tells us about the New York stand up scene both pre and post covid. He also discusses writing for Jay Leno opening monologues back in the 90s, performing in 5 continents (not 7, yet)
@davekeeshan If you want to receive keysend using LNPay you have to include their node id and the 696969 customRecord in the value block, like this:
<podcast:value type="lightning" method="keysend" suggested="0.00000015000">
I'm just not sure that all apps support the custom record yet.
Can some one tell me how to extracts the correct lightning address from lnpay.
When I go into lnpay there are 2 wallets, paywall and fee, if I go into both of them the both seem to have the same address, but a different 696969 value.
To KEYSEND to via LND to THIS WALLET run the command below:
lncli sendpayment -d 033868cxxx00 -a [NUM_SATOSHIS] --keysend --data 696969=1234xxxxxxxxx90
Am I missing something? What is the correct address for the value tag?
I have added initial support for location tags in my RSS feed. There are only 4 tags, as not every episode is about a location.
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⚡ New value enabled podcasts:
- Gurus of Comedy
- Starve the Doubts
- Podcasting 2.0 Namespace Example
- Clube Do Livro Ação Humana
Podcasts using https://Satoshis.Stream: 18! 😍
I noticed that on the podcastIndex that the default RSS feed for my podcast is the buzzsprout feed and not from my website. I thought we actually discussed this in the past and fixed it. I view my website generated feed as my primary feed.
However, this highlights the bigger problem, in the case of multiple feeds is there a programmatic way to designate a primary feed. I was thinking a tag (surprise surprise) that lists the secondary feeds.
Microsoft buying Discord doesn't seem like the end of the world.
In any case if you're looking for an alternative we've been experimenting with @firstname.lastname@example.org for awhile now. Element works pretty great and can bidirectionally bridge to your Discord server: https://matrix.org/bridges
This episode we go old school, literally. We are joined by comic Mabel Slattery to discuss medieval comedy and Mikhail Bakhtin and his Carnival Theory, we get into some ideas like Humour Theory, Chaucer’s Knight Tale and just having a bit of craic!
Is there a term to delineated between podcasts produced by a regular punter, and the radio shows rehosted as podcasts?
Independent podcasts? What about if they have advertising?
I know that if a podcatcher can read it it is a podcast, but I'd like to see some numbers that split out the space a bit better.
What's the split?
* Financed shows (typically for radio) or audiobooks
* Regular podcasts with advertising
* Regular podcasts
would I be right in assuming this is the corner you are interested in, Filecoin backed pinning (IPFS) services?
I am intrigued, have you advanced any work with respect to podcasting?or anything?
I have successfully hosted all the mp3s from my podcast, which is a good first step, also helpful for the alternate enclosure work.
The lack of an ability to track a podcast in IPFS is annoying me,i feel like the rss feed is the list to use, like for everything else.
I'm wondering if we need an open source "person" directory that is downloadable and community created. Assign ID's to each "person" that can be referenced by the person tag.
Martin brought this up before. I'm just thinking this could be used as a resource for hosters to query with auto-complete as people type in the name of the person's in their episode.
This sounds like the same argument, but different, but the same:
Why popular YouTubers are building their own sites
There are some interesting notes here, especially about pinning and a pinning service