Nobody will care about this, but in case you do... here's a list of useragents out there in the wild. I dynamically produce my RSS feed with different tags for the audio for each client, so I can spot really quite well what app is using what useragent. podnews.net/article/sample-pod

Nobody probably cares about this either, but podnews.net/_pages/podcast-ana now has a full sample of what happens if you look at the RSS useragent vs the audio useragent when it comes to identifying sources. Both use the OPAWG list.

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@jamescridland Thank you James. I love these types of analytics when someone takes time to share. It helps make sense of log data. Saved a copy.

@dave That was relaxation coding, but next time I do it, my plan is to automate the logfile capture and analysis, and then output the parsed totals into a database somewhere. I would like to keep a similar page like this publicly visible with the last day's logs on it (since I suspect it might be a good testing ground).

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