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  • Hi. Is it possible to include the output of [display_podcast] in the RSS feed from a site?

    The RSS feed of our podcast ( Ubuntu Podcast ) is syndicated on a number of planets, including Planet Ubuntu-uk.

    The planet software strips the enclosure tags and some people only read the planet on the web. It would be great if the big “Download OGG” / “Download MP3” button we have on our main website were also visible when our posts are syndicated.

    Is it possible to do so?

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  • Plugin Author ntm


    Currently it is not possible.

    But over weekend, I’m going to think about a way to implement such a function and tell you more afterwards.


    Plugin Author ntm


    I have implemented a further option into the current Development Version ( beta 23). On the Feed/iTunes Settings page of podPress you will find among the options for the default blog feeds a new one: “Print podPress elements into the <content:encoded> tags”. If you activate this function then podPress will put the code of the podPress post elements into the <content:encoded> tags of the <item>s.

    Does the feed parser of Planet Ubuntu-.. pages grab this part of an <item>?

    It would be great if you could tell me whether this is what you would like have. If it is useful, I will make it a permanent part of podPress.

    Hi ntm,

    Thanks for the reply! I will try the development code out and let you know how it behaves. It will take me about a week as I am away for OggCamp this weekend.

    But thanks again!


    Hi, I’ve tested the development version of podpress on a test wordpress install, with the feature enabled. It seems to work just fine – thanks!

    I haven’t had a chance to test it on our live site yet, but will do so soon.

    Thanks again, it’s brilliant to have a response like this.


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