[kwlug-disc] Podcast, phase 01

Andrew Sullivan Cant acant at alumni.uwaterloo.ca
Sun May 18 23:24:56 EDT 2014


Khalid,

Do you have any suggestions about resources on generating enclosure 
links for RSS from the emfield module?
I was able to find a page for a screen cast which claims to describe 
this, but the video seems to have been taken down.
http://www.drupaltherapy.com/node/34

Looking at the Media Field configuration:
http://kwlug.org/admin/content/emfield/emvideo
http://kwlug.org/admin/content/emfield/emaudio

It claims that the archive.org module supports RSS for video, but not 
for audio.

Paul,

I downloaded all of the previous videos from twitch/youtube with the 
intention to upload them to archive.org. But I am slow. :)
But which I can get back to doing now, and then hopefully we can embed 
them all in the same way.
I assume you I'll need credentials to uploaded as the 
"Kitchener-Waterloo Linux User Group" Artist/Composer?

Andrew


On Wed May  7 20:31:17 2014, Khalid Baheyeldin wrote:
> On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 12:07 PM, Paul Nijjar <paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca
> <mailto:paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca>> wrote:
>
>
>     If anybody has specific pointers on how to do this I would be
>     grateful. Here are the requirements:
>
>     - Allows me to (manually) enter archive.org <http://archive.org>
>     URLs into a node
>
>
> There is a media module for archive.org <http://archive.org> here
> https://drupal.org/project/media_archive
>
> But, unless you are a specialized video aggregator site with many
> thousands of videos, I recommend that you don't over-complicate the
> backend, so as to make maintenance less and upgrades less painful.
>
> Just add HTML at the end with an href link to the video.
>
>     - Allows me to set up RSS feeds based on those nodes. Ideally I
>     would have a feed for OGGs and for MP3s, because it is 2003 and I
>     totally think that OGG is worth supporting.
>
>
> But are users interested in aggregation by format, or aggregation by
> time, tags ...etc.?
>
>     - It needs to be a solution that can be implemented in Drupal 6 but
>       will have a sane migration path to Drupal 7
>
>
> Above module supports both, it seems.
>
>     I do not need to slurp anything from archive.org
>     <http://archive.org> manually (especially since I do not know how
>     to get an RSS feed out of that service).
>
>
>     Here is the best strategy I can think of so far:
>
>     - Maybe using the emfield module to create appropriate CCK fields and
>       allow streaming off of kwlug.org <http://kwlug.org> for each node
>     - Make a new content type of "podcast" that has fields for each of the
>       file format containers I want to support in the feeds
>     - Set up a view that produces different RSS feeds. The big questions
>       are whether I can set up different RSS feeds that have different
>       enclosure elements (one for OGG, one for MP3), whether this RSS feed
>       can be made "iTunes friendly" (whatever that means), and whether
>       external enclosures will be handled properly.
>
>     I have been looking through the different modules but nothing looks
>     promising. There is https://drupal.org/project/ffpc but it looks
>     poorly maintained. Most of the documentation that is out there is for
>     really old versions of Drupal (apparently making podcast feeds was
>     awesome in Drupal 4.7)
>
>     - Paul
>
>
>     On Tue, May 06, 2014 at 11:26:54AM +0000, chaslinux at gmail.com
>     <mailto:chaslinux at gmail.com> wrote:
>     > Paul I believe there's a drupal module that could take care of
>     podcasts and RSS feeds.
>     > Blog: http://www.charlesmccolm.com/
>     > Sent from my cell phone.
>     >
>
>
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