TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly

The podcast has been submitted to iTunes, but my understanding is that the approval process can take anywhere from a day to over a week. I'll let people know if and when it's accepted

@brass-man Itunes also kinda sucks. @thecravenone has our podcast on there, but roughly half of the episodes never show up on my phone.

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@stuart said in TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly:

@brass-man Itunes also kinda sucks. @thecravenone has our podcast on there, but roughly half of the episodes never show up on my phone.

FWIW, this is something on your phone causing the problem. Every time it doesn't show up on your phone, it shows up in iTunes, on the Apple website, and in non-iTunes podcast apps.

@thecravenone You’re correct. Unfortunately, though, if the goal is to get people listening, that’s still problematic; anecdotally, it seems like there’s a significant population of people who ONLY listen to podcasts via their IPhone app (myself included), and if episodes don’t show up on their phones, they probably stop bothering.

This isn’t intended to blame you, Sam; I think it’s something wrong on Apple’s end. And I’m kinda just diving into it here as something for @Brass-Man to be aware of.

@stuart said in TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly:

there’s a significant population of people who ONLY listen to podcasts via their IPhone app (myself included)

Likewise. I only listen to podcasts on my phone while I'm commuting.

I'm only aware of iTunes as a vector for getting the podcast onto people's apps. Is there some better alternative?

@brass-man I know there is the "Stitcher" App - it's referenced at the end of some of the podcasts I listen to (e.g., "Find this podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, and wherever else you find your podcasts"), but I'm not sure if there's a separate submission/aggregation process for that app.

@brass-man said in TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly:

I'm only aware of iTunes as a vector for getting the podcast onto people's apps. Is there some better alternative?

To submit to iTunes, you submit an RSS feed. That RSS feed may be used by any app. (Though being listed in iTunes certainly helps people find you)

iTunes has a feed-checker you can use that you'll have to pass before they let you submit your cast.

@brass-man said in TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly:

I'm only aware of iTunes as a vector for getting the podcast onto people's apps. Is there some better alternative?

HTTP?

@nedleeds said in TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly:

@brass-man said in TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly:

I'm only aware of iTunes as a vector for getting the podcast onto people's apps. Is there some better alternative?

HTTP?

IETF RFC 1945? From 1996? Nah. That shit's outta date.

@brass-man it showed up for my on the iTunes podcast app on my iPhone.

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@thecravenone said in TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly:

@brass-man said in TMD Vintage Magic Podcast - e1: Brian Kelly:

I'm only aware of iTunes as a vector for getting the podcast onto people's apps. Is there some better alternative?

To submit to iTunes, you submit an RSS feed. That RSS feed may be used by any app. (Though being listed in iTunes certainly helps people find you)

iTunes has a feed-checker you can use that you'll have to pass before they let you submit your cast.

So am I right in concluding that this means there already is an rss feed? If so, what is it so that I can add it to my podcast player.

I use PocketCasts on my android phone, and the podcast is there YAY!

Same for me, using Overcast on iOS. Excited to give it a listen!

I just had a chance to listen to the podcast. Really great you're putting in this work to give us more vintage content.

I like the concept of shoter (than so many insane plays) episodes, and I think that roughly 1 hour is a good length. Obviously I only have 1 episode to go by now, but the duration seemed appropriate for the topics discussed.

I like the idea of rotating guests, and I really enjoyed listening to Brian Kelly's discussion of the snakestill deck. I like to hear how other people reason when deckbuilding and experimenting, and I think that there is none greater than Brian for this at the moment. Great guest to get this show on the road.

I do have some questions about the snakestill deck for Brian. For a deck that wants a fast standstill in play, why was the 4th standstill cut?

I like the inevitability aspect for a single champion of wits. However, the mishra's factory weakness was glossed over a little fast in my opinion. How does this deck fare against the workshop decks with factories? Do the standstills come out? Or do you assume the opponent plays as if you have all the factories?


I also appreciate that you at least tipped on the current prices of power and duals. Mainly because I never hear anyone about it, yet is has a profound impact on my personal ability to play vintage. I don't play online, and with the current prices for power and duals, I will not be able to complete a set (I have a sapphire and an ancestral), and the average tournament (which are now nearly non existent in the Netherlands) will not be able to give power as prizes.


Keep up the good work! Love to have a new podcast to listen to.

As a point of improvement for the future, I would like to hear a little more discussion. Right now it's more an interview with Brian than a discussion. I woul personlly prefer to hear more back-and-forth between you two, uncovering where you make different decisions and what that results in.

@brass-man just heard the Brian Kelly episode, and I loved it! Do you (or the podcast) have a patreon? I'll definitely give at least $2/mo.

This was excellent the first time and will be getting a second listen.

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