Currently Being ModeratedJul 3, 2012 2:26 PM (in response to CG_teacher)
The first things to do would be to download a program that will maintain your RSS feed. Podcast spitter from the app store was the top hit when I did a search. I've not used it, but it appears that it'll do the trick.
Next, just create a website using the web service in Snow Leopard Server.
Point Podcast Spitter at the share that hosts your web site and that should do the trick.
When you upload your RSS feed, all the stuff needed to make it an RSS feed should go with it.
Granted it's a VERY thinned out version of the steps needed to take, but the concepts are correct.
If you need a more detailed description, write back with more info about how your server is set up and how it's connected to the internet.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 3, 2012 2:35 PM (in response to gracoat)
I do have Web services enabled on my server and am hosting a rudimentary web presence via that. I thought perhaps the Snow Leopard Server software would provide the RSS feed. Perhaps via Podcast producer or something.
I'll check out Podcast spitter.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 3, 2012 2:41 PM (in response to CG_teacher)
Actually, if you have Web Services enabled, then just enable the blog for it.
This actually does allow for RSS.
When you create your blog via the web service, you'll see in the address bar in safari that little RSS button is clickable.
It'll take you to the RSS feed for your blog.
In server admin, click the Web service button for your server.
Click the sites button.
Select the site in question.
Click the web services button below.
Put a checkmark beside blog.
Wait 5 minutes for the server to sort things out... ...and you should be able to log in to your blog using this address:
Where server.example.com is the address for your server, and username is the shortname of a user entry in your Directory.