Categories Asides WordPress Enclosures Post author By Matt Post date October 25, 2004 8 Comments on WordPress Enclosures Another user discovers WP’s new enclosure feature, it’s nice when things just work. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Gallery: 10-25-2004 → Waterproof Powerbook 8 replies on “WordPress Enclosures” WordPress Enclosures WordPress’ new enclosure feature discovered by a fellow WP user [photomatt] AWESOME! What’s an enclosure? … indeed it “just works”. (I’ve now moved from my homegrown patch to the CVS version). Now I’m trying to work out how to best ping http://audiorpc.weblogs.com/RPC2 with an RSS feed address rather than with the more usual blog URL. Then it’ll “just work” even better 🙂 I tried to send a pingback, but it failed (probably my fault). Anyway, I think this way of handling enclosures is a really bad solution. I have written about what I think should be done instead. Andreas – you’ve got some good ideas, but I’ve already covered the bases so far as future media is concerned – the enclosure support in WordPress supports files of types image, video, and audio. Your Quicktime movie will be enclosed just as surely as an mp3! It’s very early days yet, and enclosure support has changed completely since the first version. I’m confident we can iron out any usability problems with time, effort and communication. Yeah, what’s enclosure? The Wired CD By popular request, here is the full track listing of the Wired / Creative Commons CD available with Wired’s November issue. Download. Sample. Mash. Share. Enjoy. The Beastie Boys – Now Get Busy David Byrne – My Fair Lady Zap Mama – W… n French) or directly on Wired CD’s mini-site. Update: Yap, WordPress 1.3 (alpha 4) does enclosures all right! Yay! Update 2: All right, here’s one for all of you podca […] Comments are closed.