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Using a podcast client is strongly encouraged because of the obvious limitations of trying to listen in the web browser. Although I do at some point intend to include a PWA, in the future, probably using either flutter-web or react.
Paste the rss link into a podcast client application.
Every podcast (or audiobook) has an associated rss feed which you can paste into a podcast client. My personal preference is AntennaPod.
Django has a built-in syndication app for generating the rss feeds, which I find delightful to work with once you get the hang of it.
I record to Audacity on a refurbished Dell Optiplex 3010, which has an Ivy Bridge Core i5 cpu, running Manjaro Linux, which I installed by hand the Arch way using pacstrap, with the Mate Desktop Environment, using a Samson Meteor usb condensor microphone.
It would certainly be possible to configure the website to allow additional contributors, and/or build the rss feeds such that they could be listed in iTunes, or Google Podcasts, or Spotify.
I have added a custom logging handler using sendxmpp, because Prosody is far easier to setup than in comparison to an email server. The relevant settings are in tp/logging_settings.py, called from tp/settings.py.