Everyone named “Greg” out there in the world can now sit up straight and imagine this little program is named in their honor.
I was introduced to greg after yesterday’s note about podcastxdl, and in spite of its lack of color and command-action-target input style, I think I like it better than the latter.
Of course, that screenshot isn’t very interesting, but what you see there is a lot of the way greg works. It maintains a list of podcasts and addresses, and you can wrangle them with fairly straightforward actions.
greg add adds to that list.
greg remove drops it off, after you confirm it.
greg check sees if anything is updated, and
greg sync synchronizes your local folder with what’s available online. Like I said, it’s fairly straightforward.
I don’t see anything offhand that disappoints me about greg. I ran into no errors except when I fed it an invalid link, and it warned me that it wasn’t going to work. And aside from the lack of color and lack of an “interface,” it seems to work perfectly without my empty-headed suggestions.
So there’s greg, which we can add to the meager list of podcast aggregators for the console. Now do you see it? “greg”? “aggregator”? Aha. … 😉