RDF/RSS1.0 podcasting updates

I think I am going to build a podcast aggregator on my own, usage of RDF/RSS1.0 in the podcasting universe must be enhanced… The first step would be a Python console application getting the usual suspect’s podcasts. As it’s beeing Python the natural choice seems to be librdf, so get a grip on Rasqal. With a little help of dajobe I got a I think I am going to build a podcast aggregator on my own, usage of RDF/RSS1.0 in the podcasting universe must be enhanced… The first step would be a Python console application getting the usual suspect’s podcasts. As it’s beeing Python the natural choice seems to be librdf, so get a grip on Rasqal. With a little help of dajobe I got a query to get the list of Enclosures and the Length out of my RDF/RSS1.0 feed. Here is the code:

`I think I am going to build a podcast aggregator on my own, usage of RDF/RSS1.0 in the podcasting universe must be enhanced… The first step would be a Python console application getting the usual suspect’s podcasts. As it’s beeing Python the natural choice seems to be librdf, so get a grip on Rasqal. With a little help of dajobe I got a I think I am going to build a podcast aggregator on my own, usage of RDF/RSS1.0 in the podcasting universe must be enhanced… The first step would be a Python console application getting the usual suspect’s podcasts. As it’s beeing Python the natural choice seems to be librdf, so get a grip on Rasqal. With a little help of dajobe I got a query to get the list of Enclosures and the Length out of my RDF/RSS1.0 feed. Here is the code:

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Have a [try on it][5].

[5]: http://tinyurl.com/5xzvv