When compiling hosting company stats, what are the sane limits that should determine size? Anchor.fm currently has 1,506,486 feeds in the Index. A large percentage of it is garbage/old.

A lot of Spreaker garbage also.

So, what should a realistic hosting stats page include? Only feeds that have published a new episode in the last X days? That doesn't seem right since some podcasts are evergreen.

Maybe podcasts that have more than X number of episodes?

Advice welcome.


I'd like to give some realistic stats alongside the raw ones.

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