[ubuntu-uk] Ubuntu UK Podcast season two

James Milligan lake54 at lake54.com
Thu Apr 9 18:46:45 BST 2009

I know that podcasts can be split into chapters - iTunes does support  
this as well. Download a tiesto podcast and you'll see ;-)


On 9 Apr 2009, at 18:31, Rob Beard <rob at esdelle.co.uk> wrote:

> Alan Pope wrote:
>> 2009/4/3 Jon Reynolds <maillist at jcrdevelopments.com>:
>>> Yey, I am glad the podcast is back and I enjoyed it. The theme  
>>> tune made me smile as I had missed that.
>> :)
>> Thanks for the kind words. About 6 months ago in the pub on a  
>> Friday a
>> cow-orker left his phone on the table as he went to the loo. I sent
>> the podcast theme to his phone and set it as his ringtone whilst he
>> was away. Now there's 4 phones in the office that use it as their
>> ringtone. Quite bizarre.
>>> Also, as I told popey, I was holding my breath at the beginning  
>>> awaiting the "Sounds like a fun packed show!" and it never  
>>> happened!!!
>> We were a bit rusty, it being the first recording for ~12 weeks or  
>> so,
>> so I think we can be forgiven this minor faux pas. :)
>> Cheers,
>> Al.
> I've only just got round to listening to the podcast, sounds good from
> what I heard (about 20 minutes worth before accidentally pressing the
> skip back button on my mobile rather than holding it down - I dunno  
> this
> new fangled technology it wouldn't do that with tapes).
> I wonder actually, I know it's probably a pain to split the podcast  
> into
> sections, but would it be possible to maybe include a table of  
> contents
> with the time position for each section?
> If it is possible then those of us who would be interested in  
> splitting
> the podcast into smaller bitesize chunks can do so (either with  
> Audacity
> or I guess we could bodge together a simple script to split the  
> audio at
> certain times).
> That was a bit of bad news about your Ubuntu mirror too Al, who'd have
> thought a factory reset would reformat your drives.  You'd have  
> thought
> it would be possible to do that afterwards through a web interface or
> whatever.
> Rob
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