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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Free software podcasting solutions?

From: Andrés Muñiz Piniella
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Free software podcasting solutions?
Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2015 18:25:11 +0000
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El 3 de noviembre de 2015 13:08:33 GMT+00:00, Pen-Yuan Hsing 
<> escribió:
>OK, if we don't do self hosting, I guess the very least we could do is 
>post the podcast files (audio or video, the producer isn't sure yet) on
>our website for people to download. I'm not sure if my org will be OK 
>with hosting the podcasts with a third part (but apparently iTunes is 
>OK!! sigh) but I'll ask.
>Thanks Serge!
>On 2015-11-02 14:21, Serge Hooge wrote:
>> Hi,
>>> So, how would one podcast with only free software? The people who
>>> will work on the podcast are *not* technically well-trained, and
>>> that's part of why they like Apple products' (according to them)
>>> of use. Self hosting the podcasting solution (server and all) will
>>> also be difficult as there's lots of red tape around that in my
>>> organisation. What about something like LibreFM where we can submit
>>> our recordings to for them to be publically available? Is there
>>> any hope? Thanks!
>> Free as in Freedom ( uses a simple RSS and OGG deal,
>> which is pretty convenient and easy to use, but as you mentioned
>> hosting your own solution would be difficult, I think using one of
>> many public MediaGoblin instances might work.
>> Cheers,

He produces faif podcast which is available as a feed.

To reach a wider audience you can use

Itunes might force DRM (they do so for audiobooks) so it could be a way of 
warning them against iTunes?

I guess the easiest is to publish in hpr (hacker public radio) under a 
particular theme. They accept anything.


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