13448Re: [podcasters] Podcast Feed Tracker for Apache
- Dec 2, 2005I haven't looked at the code... and since it's in C, there's not likely a
chance that I'd know what I was looking at anyway. :-)
But I'm curious... how does collecting the DL info for media files differ
in this incarnation that what is provided in the RAW Log files? The only
difference that I can immediately see is that the media types are already
filtered out versus having to run Podstats (or something similar) to filter
It would seem to me, that typical podcasters, who might be using an
Apache-based hosting service, are going to have easier access to RAW log
files versus requesting a module be installed on the box.
And finally... pardon my ignorance, but in a shared hosting environment, how
will the use of this module work? if it's pumping its data to a single
database/table... won't that essentially record the info for ALL who are
hosted on that box?
On 12/2/05, Andy Armstrong <andy@...> wrote:
> On 1 Dec 2005, at 16:31, robert wrote:
> > From Blackburn's Bombast:
> > I'm not sure it will compete with feedburner but Todd wanted this
> > alternative, so here it is:
> Yes, I read it. I just don't see how in any sense it's an alternative
> to feedburner :)
> Can anyone tell me what it does apart from logging downloads for
> certain file types to a database?
> Andy Armstrong, hexten.net
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