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RE: [podcasters] Old episodes?

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  • Chris Kalaboukis
    I guess I should trim my feed then? I have all 443 shows on there..... ________________________________ From: podcasters@yahoogroups.com
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 24, 2007
      I guess I should trim my feed then? I have all 443 shows on there.....

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      Sent: Friday, August 24, 2007 2:12 PM
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      Subject: [podcasters] Old episodes?



      I in no way feel my main podcast is to the point that I need to worry
      about this, but as I like to plan ahead, I figured I would just start
      figuring a plan out now. How many episodes is it generally best to
      limit your feed to before you run into problems or have too large a
      file size for your feed? I have heard 20 episodes at a time from some
      people. I know one podcast I listen to, for some reason, gives a
      duplicate of the prior episode every time they release a new one. For
      instance they will release episode 31, and with it will be another
      copy of episode 30. I think this is a coding or maybe guid issue, but
      I want to avoid such issues where possible.

      Also, if you do remove items form a feed after a certain time frame,
      what is the best way to provide access to those? Archive feed? Archive
      posts on your site? I am just looking to get some ideas before I hit
      the mark where I have to make a decision right away. Thanks all!

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