Thanks for your reply. I think the main goal should be documentation and a partner, which can fullfil the submission. Yes, Podlove is a really great selfhosting possibility, but I think, there could be a little more communication about reaching a bigger audience or all daily questions / experiences. For example: I´ve started a new podcast about WordPress How-Tos and one of the first question from my fans was: is there any playlist at spotify? And it´s really hard to find useful infos about how can I submit my podcast to spotify - e.g. when I use podlove.
The first step was the subscribing button telling listeners how to follow on an easy way - the next step could be to find a partner for podcasters, who would like to use third party services for submitting their podcasts to a bigger audience (automatically). So podlove could define a WordPress standard for podcasting: you can use our plugin for free to selfhost your production, but you can also fulfill Enterprise podcasting by submitting content to other services with our partner XY - like you did with Auphonic.