Thomas Perl wrote: > Hello! > > As promised some months ago, here's the survey about your use cases for > gPodder. Please take the time to write a short description on how you > use gPodder and with what devices you use it, especially: > > * How often do you check for new episodes? Manual or automatically? > Automatically - set to 90 minutes, but I don't always keep it running. > * To how many channels are you currently subscribed to? > 20 audio > * Do you leave your episodes in gPodder or export them using "save as"? > Export using mp3 sync with "delete after sync" - I always listen to them only on my mp3 player. > * Do you use the iPod/MP3 player or Bluetooth sync feature? With what? > Yes, with my Nokia phone (OggPlay) - I remove the SD card and sync to that. > * Have you written custom scripts/utilities to fix gPodder annoyances? > I have a gpodder-add.sh script that I use to add feeds from firefox (just runs 'gpodder -a "$@"') I also have a script that I run to create m3u files that I run after I sync to my mp3 player. Lastly, because my mp3 player does strange things with mp3 files that are too long, sometimes I have to use mp3splt on really long episodes. > * Have you had problems with some feeds? (missing pubdate, length,...) > No, or at least not recently. > * Are you using other podcast-related services that could be integrated > into gPodder but currently aren't? > No > * Have you been using gPodders ogg-to-mp3 conversion feature for iPods? > My player supports ogg. > * Are you running the SVN version of gPodder or which released version? > SVN > Maybe this can bring in some fresh ideas or get some inspiration from > other people's "gPodder workflows". Or maybe not. It depends on you ;) > Notes: -Sometimes I start a second instance when I forget that I have gPodder minimized to the tray - it would be nice to either not allow this, or pop-up the existing window. -Some podcasts I listen to are online classes, for these it would be nice if gPodder could download the oldest episodes first. -I have had to delete feedcache.db a few times due to corruption.