Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Podcasting, anybody? (opml reader in rockbox)
Re: Podcasting, anybody? (opml reader in rockbox)
From: Thomas Freudenberg <subscriptions_at_thomasfreudenberg.com>
Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 09:12:55 +0100
I think for your proposal we need a decent RSS Reader, which converts
the RSS Feeds (not the OPML, which is just an RSS Feed exchange format;
cf. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OPML) into a format which is understood
by Rockbox. Secondly we would need a Rockbox plugin which shows that
content on the display accompanying the playback of the enclosure.
Nevertheless an interesting idee.
Michael Elsdörfer wrote:
> Hi everybody.
> First of all, happy new year!
> I just searched the mailing list archives and was a bit surprised that
> nobody talked about podcasting yet.
> For those of you you don't know what podcasting is about, here are a few links:
> Now, podcasting got it's name from the iPod, but it works great with
> my Archos Jukebox as well, so is anybody else here who listens to
> podcasts / has his own?
> So, I thought about how to improve the listening experience on my AJB,
> and how great it is to have a open firmware like rockbox, which would
> enable us to actually do this things.
> A lot of the podcasters do publish show or production notes in OPML
> along with their podcasts, and there is a lot of talk about how great
> it would be to have this notes handy *while* listening to the podcast.
> Let's take two examples:
> * Adam Curry's (http://live.curry.com/) production notes contain links
> to the things he talks about, emails he received about topics
> discussed in a show, etc.. Wouldn't it be awesome to have a feature
> like "F1 | Show OPML" which would allow the user to view this things
> at the very same moment he is listening to the show?
> * The Dawn And Drew Show (http://www.dawnanddrew.com/) actually
> includes timestamps of when they talked about what. If that were
> stored in a defined way in the opml file, we could add a feature to
> rockbox which would allow the listener to view some kind of table of
> contents and jump directly to a certain topic. Or, let's say you
> really dislike the song that is currently played, you could just press
> a button and jump to it's ending.
> So, any thoughts? Any developers who are into podcasting and could
> implement such a thing?
Received on 2005-01-05