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Re: Podcasting question.


webmeist
Another useful source of info might be the RSS-DEV mailing list:

<rss-dev@y...>

The URL for the list (for older messages, subscribing, etc.) is

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rss-dev/

Best --

Ian
webmeist@c... wrote:

> Apologies, but this may seem a rather low-level question for this list. 
> I have previously been mostly a happy lurker.
>  
> I have lately been looking into this phenomenon of the growing interest 
> in podcasting (or whatever casting seems to be the preferred term).
>  
> I understand that basically podcasting is the ability to mix audio feeds 
> via MP3s within RSS. Could anyone here please let me know anything 
> similar to the following areas?:
> 1.Are there various methods to accomplish the mixture of the sound and 
> XML, or more to the point, have there been any studies into the 
> efficiency of the server/database used or the bandwidth consumed?
> 2.Would one platform be considered better than another (Apache/Linux, 
> Mac, Win)?
> 3.Has anyone ever heard of a best practices relative to podcasting?
> 4.Would there be such a thing as an "industrial-strength" podcast server?
>  
> Any help would be very greatly appreciated.
> Daniel Smith

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Ian Graham
H: 416.769.2422 / W: 416.513.5656 / E: <ian . graham AT utoronto . ca>

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