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There's a "Podcast only" RSS feed:, but when I point my podcatcher to that URL I get nothing. I entered it in my browser and got an error page:

ERROR: podcast is not a valid feed template.

Is this the place to bring this up? If so, what can I do?

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Applying the W3C validator to

I get:


This is a valid RSS feed.

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Hmm, sorry about that. It's strange though, I used to get, which gives the error. And I still get that as the first hit when googling "stack exchange podcast rss". I hadn't noticed the URL changed a bit. But that must have happened in the last few minutes. Or am I going crazy. Anyway, works now, thanks. – Miel May 16 '11 at 20:23
I still get an error when I try to add all these urls with podkicker. It's an android app. This is the only podcast feed I've ever got an error adding. – Daniel Kaplan Jan 4 '13 at 22:11
The Stack Exchange Podcast RSS feed doesn't work in MyPOD either (also an Android app): . I've never had trouble with it in iTunes. – Philip Durbin Jan 5 '13 at 16:21

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