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working on new drPodder Media Importer feature with RSS-Server


I’m working on extending the drPodder Media Importer application with some features to run a local rss-server and by that import/download media files (audio books, podcasts (video/audio) etc.) via local WiFi to the webOS drPodder app.

This could also be accessed from the outside of the LAN/WiFi if forwarding a port in like any other normal server network setup.
This will also introduce the truncation (only top x items) of podcast-items to help drPodder/webOS on the processing side of large feeds.

With this feature drPodder will be able to delete the downloaded media files, which was not possible with the current USB-transfer of media files in drPodder Media Importer.

Let me know if this is a feature you would like?

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