Didn't know that.. Still, I'm sure it could be done in say a week of work. WHat kind of budget/tech skills do these guys have Jay? If they're gonna use Drupal they might wanna sponsor a module (throw in 1000$).
P On 12/5/06, Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Except that Drupal and feeds are a bit messed up so you usually have to > hack node.module to get changes to the built-in feeds. It's the one thing > that sucks big time about Drupal. > > I'd love to see a media rss module for drupal, but I also know it's > outside my level of competence to make myself. > > - Andreas > > Den 05.12.2006 kl. 14:16 skrev Peter Van Dijck <[EMAIL > PROTECTED]<petervandijck%40gmail.com> > >: > > > What they have to do is code a Drupal module that does mediaRSS. That > > should > > not be too hard or too much work. > > > > Peter > > > > > > On 12/3/06, Jay dedman <[EMAIL PROTECTED] <jay.dedman%40gmail.com>> > wrote: > >> > >> > Here's the MRSS spec: > >> > <http://search.yahoo.com/mrss> > >> > It was developed by Yahoo! with a lot of collaboration from a > >> > community of contributors, including many folks on this list. > >> > FeedBurner supports MRSS in a pretty limited way -- really just as an > >> > addition to the enclosure element. Blip.tv <http://blip.tv/> < > http://blip.tv/> includes > >> a > >> lot of MRSS > >> > metadata in their feeds, including support for media thumbnails and > >> > alternate versions of each video (FLV, Quicktime, etc.). > >> > Is there something in particular you want to do with MRSS? > >> > >> yep....i saw the spec, but am having a hard time fitting my brain > around > >> it. > >> I am working with a group of Community TV stations that are starting > >> to upload and trade TV programs for playback around the country. > >> > >> They want to attach a lot of metadata into their posts....so they are > >> asking if Media RSS could help them. Questions I have is....how do > >> they create feeds that attach all this info into their feed? > >> Do they need to make their feeds by hand? > >> > >> right now, they are just uploading to their own servers...and using > >> Drupla to create their feeds. > >> > >> Jay > >> > >> > > > > > > > > -- > Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen > <URL: http://www.solitude.dk/ > > > -- Find 10000s of videoblogs and podcasts at http://mefeedia.com my blog: http://poorbuthappy.com/ease/ my job: http://petervandijck.net [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]