Re: [videoblogging] vogfeed

It seems to me that these metadata issues are approachable but nobody has
taken responsibility for getting a finished solution all the way to the
finish line.

I wouldn't approach it as a thing about presenting a solution to various
groups, because the cat herd doesn't respond well to such an open ended
situation. Getting buy-in is half the project, doing a good job in
factoring the problem is the other half. A traditional way to deal with
this is to invite the people you need buy-in from to help with the
factoring — make an ad-hoc working group, in other words.

On Tue, 26 Oct 2004, kenyatta cheese wrote:

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> I think your frustrations over not getting sufficient feedback over your
> rel="enclosure" and general HTML-based solutions has seeped over into this
> thread, Andreas. I noticed it after you started to mention the possible use
> of <a> tags as a solution earlier this month. It's a very good idea and
> would definitely solve some of our problems beyond just videoblogging. And
> like you said, you need to make changes within blogging and media creation
> tools for this to work. Just presenting this to the videoblogging community
> isn't going to gain it widespread adoption. Perhaps you need to present
> this to a couple of other groups that would benefit from examining your idea
> and helping you in getting it rolling (wordpress-hackers? the ipodder-dev
> list, perhaps?) You should forward your post to them and see what they
> think.
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> In the meantime I'm going to continue providing Josh with a 2.0 feed with
> media enclosures for his vipodder development as long as he finds it useful.
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>> On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 15:21:56 -0400, kenyatta cheese <minitrue@…>
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>>> So I decided to not Solve The Problem in exchange for Getting Something
>>> Done. Vogfeed provides Josh with a second semi-regularly updated feed of
>>> posts with media enclosures with the help of all of you. (Demandmedia is
>>> the first.)
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>> I obviously don't think your implementation is a good idea. You know it's
>> not a solution. the result will be that once the problem is solved it'll
>> be much harder to get everything fixed (because some people will be
>> relying on broken solutions).
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>> Anyway, I took the liberty of Solving The Problem for you. I will
>> implement the solution in the pingback client once I get time. You can
>> implement as you wish. Now you don't have the excuse that the problem
>> isn't solved. :o)
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>> Read all about it at: <URL:http://www.solitude.dk/archives/20041026-1300/>
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>> – Andreas
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