Woody is a static podcast site generator.
Drop your mp3s in a folder, set some metadata and deploy a full podcast site to Amazon S3.
To install, run this:
$ gem install woody
To Do List/Roadmap
We've got a Roadmap up and running on Trello where you can suggest features, report bugs and track the project's progress.
Install the gem (see above) and create a new project with
$ woody new projectname
Woody will generate a new project with the name given. Open up the project folder and edit the woody-config.yml to your liking.
Dump some mp3s into the /content folder and run
$ woody compile
Woody will index the mp3s and prompt you for metadata. You can change this data by editing the metadata.yml file in the /content/ directory.
After this, Woody will generate a full HTML site in the output folder. You can upload this to your host manually or use
$ woody deploy
to deploy your Woody site on to Amazon S3 (be sure to enter your AWS credentials correctly into the configuration file.)
SCREENCAST COMING SOON!
Woody was developed by David Robertson and David Hewitson as a hosting solution for an online sitcom. We decided to release it for free for a laugh.
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request