Another question for today, how much does your website matter if the show is usually discovered in a pc client anyway?
@amerika yeah, I get that. I am more wondering on the quality/presentation.. I am hosting noexpectations.show 100% dyi. But that also prevents me from having a fancier site, since my skills are sparse. I could do a lot more using something hosted and with a lot of the upfront gruntwork done by better designers and such... It's just something I was wondering... is my bare bones approach going to detract from things?
@amerika I think the effect would get annoying after surfing around multiple pages... it's a nice novelty for a landing page though.
In my view, no.
If people can read it in a regular browser it'll be fine.
Most of the post-90s web stuff does not contribute to the bottom line unless you need interactive function, like say for a Fediverse node.
@nixer For me, very little. I figure people will 'find' my podcast through an app (iOS/Android/Web Player) and the info I put up at mikeneumann.show is just for those apps to pull from.
Intended for all stake holders of podcasting who are interested in improving the eco system