It looks like Feedburner started doing some weird stuff with their users’ RSS enclosures, re-using the same filename over and over again.  I haven’t had a chance to look at it closely yet, but I think it’s going to break a lot of people.

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  1. Hi Andrew,

    We launched a new stats service this week which allows publishers the option to track enclosure downloads. Part of this offering is to create special tracking urls for enclosures. These url’s look similar between enclosures, possibly looking weird, but are actually completely valid and unique to each download media enclosure. More details about this feature are available here: http://www.burningdoor.com/feedburner/archives/001694.html

    We have not heard of any major issues both in our own testing and post launch. However, if you see anything that is ‘broken’, don’t hesitate to email me or our general mailbox feedback@feedburner.com or post to our forums.feedburner.com We’d want to look into any issues immediately.

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  2. Hey Jessie, thanks for dropping by. The URLs do look weird, and they break older versions of Juice and any code based on it (it’s Free Software), which don’t understand anything after the question mark. I wouldn’t be surprised if this was an issue for some of the other podcatchers out there as well.

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