RE: [podcasters] XML feed creation tool
- There's a somewhat older but still useful piece of software I've used
for a couple of years called NewzAlert which generates the RSS file
Tim 'Gonzo' Gordon
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Sent: Friday, November 02, 2007 10:24 PM
Subject: Re: [podcasters] XML feed creation tool
Those that aren't using Libsyn anyways.
On 11/3/07, Katronix Serf <kat@thekatsplace.
<mailto:kat%40thekatsplace.com> com> wrote:
> I think most people are using WordPress with PodPress, to blog theirusing
> posts, and to auto create the xml feed.
> On Nov 2, 2007, at 8:31 PM, weisslerjody wrote:
> > Dear Podcasters,
> > I am an experienced podcaster with a real problem. I have been
> > webpasties which has an online xml creation tool and host for myall
> > files.
> > Fortunately for me (or unfortunately) depending on how you look at
> > it,
> > my two podcasts have outgrown these services since they literally
> > charge for overusage. I therefore want to host my own xml files.
> > Other than hand coding...what are the current tools that you are
> > using to create your own xml..whatever
> > I am aware of feedburner, but I don't want to be locked into
> > google might ends up doing with all the feeburner feeds.--
> > Please help...
> > One more thing...I use Linux, OSX and Windows, but would prefer to
> > have a tool that works on the Windows environment so my colleagues
> > could use it too.
> > thanks,
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- If you're looking for a no-cost feed generator, you
can always use this online tool:
I didn't like the way the the tool listed the newest
episodes last, so I ended up changing the code by
hand, and now I just update manually, but it did get
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> Feed Editor:
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My $.02 I use Feed Editor, but I can't say how good it is compared with
other programs because I'm new at this as well.
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