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    MP3::Podcast 0.05 available

    This new version, available from CPAN is just a user-contributed patch over the previous version, which erroneously numbered months starting by 0 instead of 1. Thanks to Gavin Hurlbut for the patch. Feature requests and additional patches are welcome.
    For those who still don't know, MP3::Podcast is a Perl library for creating podcasts out of directories with MP3 files. Information is gathered from the MP3 file itself, so the user just have to point the program to the directory to be podcast. It was originally done for Siniestro Total, but has since been used by, at least, one site. If you use and find it useful, I'd like to know, too.

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