@dave What's the best way to update feed URL on Podcast Index by the podcast hosting company *without* the use of a 301 redirect? Would it be by adding <itunes:new-feed-url>? Aggregator code seems to suggest that:
Without <itunes:owner>, how will Apple be verifying feed ownership in the future?
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In the GH issue concerning namespace license (https://github.com/Podcastindex-org/podcast-namespace/issues/273), I've added a few examples of licenses that other standards' bodies use.
I think it's important to decide on something, not just because of the namespace but because of all the content on the repo. E.g., I wanted to include `example.xml` as a test material in a Rust project (https://github.com/rust-syndication/rss) for parsing RSS but I'm hesitant because there is no license.
Andrej Karpathy has transcribed all episodes of the Lex Fridman Podcast using OpenAI's Whisper.
Have you seen this?
Specifically the discontinued support for the owner tag and Atom feeds.
@dave Just testing some things on Podcaster Wallet website. Should "here" be a hyperlink? This is shown after registering.
I don't even use PHP, but I guess it's worth a try to someone out there! 😂
🚀 Announcing OP3: the Open Podcast Prefix Project
Wondering what folks here think of this idea - I want this to exist!
And can see a path to getting there...
2. Items in a music podcast feed are songs. @adam often stresses that one needs to *ask* for support for value. But how to do that in a music podcast? Inserting a donation call in the middle of a song would totally ruin it.
I can't even think of anything effective that could be done about this... What do you all think?
1. Songs are shorter than regular podcast episodes. Even if listened to multiple times, it's unlikely the creator will receive the same amount of streamed satoshis.
I think this could be addressed by podcatchers allowing to set streaming amounts manually for each podcast. But even then, the odds are stacked against a music podcaster because the listener has to put in the extra work.