Re: Juce Problem

  • From: Steve Holmes <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2006 20:43:44 -0700

Hash: RIPEMD160

I think this all relates to problems I noticed a couple weeks ago when I
began questioning why I wasn't getting anything from Shelly's Podcast
for several months.  My custom podcatcher written for linux in perl had
the same problems parsing the URLs from feedburner.  I changed my client
to use wget to resolve the link and get the file name given by the
download instance.  I'm not able to get these podcasts with those goofy
style links used by feedburner.

On Thu, Jul 20, 2006 at 09:41:57PM -0700, Sylvester Thomas wrote:
> You know Shelly I am subscribed to your cast and Did notice that your show 
> from a few days ago  also didn't  come in using juice.  Hay Vince, it sounds 
> like you are not having this problem using Accessible Podcatcher.  Looks like 
> I may have to switch clients to get certain cast now.  If any of you know 
> where I can get Accessible Podcatcher, Please let me know.  Thanks All!  Sly!
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Shelly 
>   To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>   Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2006 7:31 PM
>   Subject: Re: Juce Problem
>   There is a FeedBurner problem that prevents Juice from downloading podcasts 
> whose feeds go through Feedburner. It's affecting my show, and anyone else 
> who 1) uses FeedBurrner, 2) has enabled stats tracking for downloads on 
> FeedBurner, and 3) has Juice for Windows subscribers. 
>   Feedburner recently changed the URL format for downloads: it converts the 
> URLs supplied by podcasters to a format of its own for tracking purposes. 
> There are characters in the new URL format that Juice does not like. Also, 
> the URLs are quite long. In any case, the problem affects podcasts uploaded 
> in the past week, and Feedburner is still working on a fix. The workaround 
> for podcasters is to disable download tracking. For listeners, can try 
> unsubscribing to a show and resubscribing, but that is not guaranteed to 
> work, especially if the podcaster has not yet disabled Feedburner download 
> tracking. 
>   If you need more info on this, check the Feedburner forums.
>   Anyone subscribed to my show can download any episode directly from my site 
> at
>   -shelly
>   On 7/20/06, Vince Thacker <vince@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>     Sylvester, if your problem is only with Juice I can't be much help, but in
>     case this is a clue, I just checked out the Twisted Pickle feed. The one I
>     have installed in Accessible Podcatcher is this:-
>     That's working fine. But when I went to that address, my6 address bar, for
>     some reason, just had
>     and that wouldn't work. Probably not relevant, but thought it woas worth
>     mentioning.
>     Vince.
>     ----- Original Message -----
>     From: "Sylvester Thomas" < cinema-sly@xxxxxxx>
>     To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>     Sent: Friday, July 21, 2006 1:09 AM
>     Subject: Juce Problem
>     > Greetings All!  I am having a problem with Juice.  I have been 
> downloading 
>     > the pod cast, The Twisted Pickle Show with No problems for months now,
>     > until last week.  Juice just shows it as downloading but the numbers are
>     > all reading zero, there is nothing there.  If I look it says partial 
>     > download in the subscriptions page.  I have had this problem before and
>     > usually after a few days the cast in question would  download, but this
>     > has  not been  the case here.  It is happening again with this weeks 
>     > episode.  Any help is welcome.  Thanks in Advance!  Sly!
>     >
>     >
>     >
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