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Thursday, March 24, 2005


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I noticed that you said you can listen AFTER you drop your kids off at school

I know the situation all too well. But, that would only leave me about 5 min to listen to the podcasts.


I'd like to begin a podcast series, but I'm using Ray Camden's BlogCFC which produces RDF/RSS 1.0. All the resources that I've found for how to podcast indicate that RSS 2.0 and its enclosure element are used by most podcast aggregators, although I've found claims that RSS 1.0 also has an enclosure tag in its specification.

One particular resource, http://icite.net/blog/200411/rss1_enclosure.html, suggests an official RSS 1.0 enclosure specification, and points to a blog having RSS 1.0 and 2.0 feeds with enclosures.

Adding both feed types to Feed Demon shows an attachment for the RSS 2.0 feed, but not for the RSS 1.0 feed that uses the suggested RDF enclosure specification.

Can you please elaborate on the use of this RSS 1.0 enclosure implementation, on other 1.0 enclosure implemenations, and Feed Demon's usage of this format?

Thank you

While the question of RSS 1.0 enclosure support in podcast aggregators remains interesting, I've adapated BlogCFC to produce RSS2.0 as a step towards my own podcasting plans:


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