I'm not sure to understand the purpose of the fast follow urls / QR codes. I thought this would be a unique URL that would work on every app that implements this, but that doesn't seem to be the case at all.
What's the point of those urls compared to existing subcription urls / eep links / QR codes?
Next version of Podcast Addict will support the Alternate Enclosure tag. A first beta should be available by tomorrow
@dave it looks like Apple episode search API may be down right now. I didn't find an endpoint to search for episodes by keywords on the github. Has this been implemented?
Also I found some artwork urls without any scheme / domain like: 318059_p03xq5qw.jpg
Am I supposed to prefix those URLs with something like: https://podcastimages.com ?
@dave Hey, is there a way to get a list of RSS feeds supporting the person tag at the episode level? I failed to find a single one for now
If you want to test 'Search by person', it's now implemented and available in Podcast Addict latest Beta.
@dave is there a limit to the number of returned results? I'm passing this argument '&max=100' but keep getting up to 60 results for some reasons no matter what I search for
Sorry for asking this, but I'm not sure to understand the purpose of the locked tag. At first I thought it was to prevent platforms from indexing a feed, like <iTunes:block> tag, but that's clearly not the case. Is this tag useful in a podcast app? How is this tag supposed to prevent piracy when anyone can duplicate the feed content and remove this tag from it before publishing it to Anchor?
Sorry if all those questions have already been answered...
Did anyone take a look at Podlove work? They worked on some specs a while ago and it might be worth looking at them (especially regarding the chapters) as a lot of apps / services are already supporting them: https://podlove.org/specifications/
Intended for all stake holders of podcasting who are interested in improving the eco system