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Re: [podcasters] Libysn Announces Stats Update

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  • Martin McKeay
    I just hope the newer version is more stable than the current version. I m tired of the spinning wheel of death. And I m tired of the way my downloads
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 7, 2008
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      I just hope the newer version is more stable than the current version. I'm
      tired of the spinning wheel of death. And I'm tired of the way my downloads
      mysteriously dropped off at the beginning of the year.

      Martin

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      On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 8:05 AM, Will Brown <cloudydayart@...> wrote:

      > Hopefully this will address everyone's complaints!
      >
      > From: http://support.libsyn.com/index.php?post_id=314843#
      >
      > addressed in this release:
      >
      > lack of updates for new files
      > low numbers for past 9 months
      > speed to load stats UI
      > accuracy of data
      > user agents list (zune, appleTV, iPhone, miro, etc added)
      > real trending data over time.. per month/week/day downloads of
      > episodes or entire show
      > general confusion from v.1.5.2
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