@woodstock Hey Tim, First I wanted to say thank you for all the hard work you have done for No Agenda, especially the website.
I have dabbled in websites for 20+ years, started with HTML but when wordpress came out I got lazy and started on using it for my websites. My website is bryanradio.com and I do a monthly music show and was wanting to update and try to get into the Podcasting 2.0.
I was wondering if you could point me into the direction of where to start. Thanks
@bryankc14 thanks! From what I found Wordpress still is the most popular way to create a podcasting site, unless you go for a service like Squarespace or podcastpage.io. All my apps are custom built on the Symfony framework, just like the No Agenda website, and I’m currently repurposing the code for this reason, to make it reusable in spirit of podcasting 2.0. So if you’re interested in my solution I can try pointing you to the Symfony framework but I can’t make big promises.
@woodstock I guess the number one thing I am wanting to do is to be able to do Chapters like is being done on NAS. So some one can click and go to a specific song on the show
@bryankc14 I think buzzsprout has the best chapter integration at this point, free web-based solutions are sparse.
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