[9/16 Update: latest release: version 0.3] I’m doing a little experiment with audioblogging, partly to try it out and partly to test a new helper script for setting up rss enclosures. The big idea is this. You have a Web-visible area to which you add files from time to time. You’d like to be able to publish an enclosure feed so that your friends/customers/audience can see and download the new files as they appear. If you’re lucky, your blog-authoring tool already supports enclosures. Mine doesn’t, at least as far as I know. Enter dir2rss, a Perl script that crawls your filesystem directory and outputs an RSS feed with an enclosure-bearing item for the latest files in the directory. I talk more about it in my first-ever audioblog post, which is also the first item in my first-ever dir2rss-generated audioblog feed. The script is here: dir2rss-0.2.zip. Give it a try and let me know how it goes! Update: I added guids and usage instructions in the README. The hyperlink in this posted has been updated to point to the new 0.2 version.