January 20th, 2009

Ratified.org Update on Migrated Feedburner Feeds

My Feedburner control panel informs me that it’s time to move my accounts to Google. In my post before regarding Google Feedproxy, I weighed the pros and cons of moving to Google. We don’t have a choice after all. By hook or by crook, Google aims to have everything moved by February 28, 2009.

The issue I had before with Ratified.org and Feedproxy has been solved. See for yourself Selaplana’s and Anton’s feed numbers are now correctly updating. If you have recently moved your account, please inform me immediately by using this form. Please include your name, URL and new feed URL (e.g. http://feedproxy.google.com/xxxxxxx or http://feeds2.feedburner.com/xxxxxxx). Simply use the Subject: New Feed URL so I can act on it quickly.

I’m thinking of getting a few volunteers (3-4) to help add new blogs to the system. Any takers? Let me know.

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  1. 6 Comments

  2. Hannah said...

    @_@ I blur for now… If google feedburner thingy is live and well already then maybe I wait and see…

    Jan 20, 2009

  3. Fitz said...

    I just transferred and the message to me from Google says that my new feed url is: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/xxxxxxx
    (number 2 is added)

    However, when I checked
    It also showed my feed. Hmmm… quite confusing.

    To add to that, my subscriber count now dropped from 400+ to 20+ I think I lost all me email subscribers (or maybe Google has not yet finished migrating everything… *me worries*)

    Anyway, I’ve already filled up the form.

    Jan 20, 2009

  4. Andrew said...

    @Fitz: That’s fine. I’ve updated your Ratified profile. 😉

    Jan 21, 2009

  5. jehzlau said...

    @hannah awwwww… oo nga hintayin nalang natin anong mangyayari

    @koya – minove ko na akin.. wahehe.. kaso feeds2.feedburner.com sya not feedproxy ~_~

    Jan 21, 2009

  6. Andrew said...

    @Jehz: Ok lang, that works fine too.

    Jan 21, 2009

  7. Karlo Licudine said...

    I have free time. How can I help?

    Jan 29, 2009

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