A poor rushed attempt at covering the excellent podcast client mashppoder
Hosted by MrX on 2019-01-24 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Podcast, ncurses, commandline.
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After I recorded this episode I had a little look on the HPR site I found that Ken Fallon had already covered mashpodder, no doubt he did a better job than me as this was done in a bit of a rush.
Hopefully somebody will find this of some use
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Comment #1 posted on 2019-01-17T18:14:25Z by Klaatu
I've resumed using mashpodder for podcatching just recently.
The audio jack on my mobile failed (rending my mobile functionally useless as a podcast listening device), so I dug out an old media player loaded with RockBox, and I use it as my listening device. For one day, I tried loading it manually with podcasts, and then realised that I needed something to manage show downloads for me, and mashpodder is what I turned to.
I started modifying it so that it would run an arbitrary script (such as a conversion script) but got distracted. Maybe later....
Comment #2 posted on 2019-01-20T19:51:41Z by MrX
Hi Klaatu, I took some advice from our friend Dave Morris he suggested I might like to use the RSS feed to keep track of comments. I got hold of a simple RSS feeder on the Android play store. It seems to be working out great as I was alerted to your comment. Without the reader, months may have gone by before stumbling across your comments. Mashpodder is ripe for modifying especially since it's so well written with loads of good comments. I have plenty of unfinished projects so I can relate to what you are saying.
All the best
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