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Ajaxonomy's Digg Bury Recorder Version Beta 0.2 Released

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We are proud to announce the release of Ajaxonomy's Digg Bury Recorder version Beta 0.2. This new release has a number of new features and fixes some issues that occurred with version Beta 0.1. Below is the list of new features and bug fixes.

New Features

  • Captures all buries for all stories
  • Graphs diggs to buries

Big Fixes

  • Recorder not capturing all buries

The first new feature above is one of my favorites. The tool now captures buries from all stories posted to Digg. The great thing is that you no longer have to leave the application running over night and you won't miss a bury because the application was not started!

The second feature shows a graph of diggs and buries. So, now you can see a graph showing how many diggs you had at the time of each bury. This was created using Google's Chart API.

For fixes this release fixes a bug that was causing some buries to not be captured. This was due to server delays and browser issues. The fix has been tested and appears to be working, but if you notice an issue contact us using the Contact button on this blog.

Well, that is a run down of the new features and fixes with this release, so please let us know of any bugs you find. Also, if you find any interesting information using the tool you can sign up for a free account on this blog and write a post like this one that has a chance to appear on the home page of Ajaxonomy.com (a.k.a. this blog).

In case you don't have the link to application click here to be taken to the application.

Update:
It has been pointed out that the application does not capture 100% of Digg bury data. It does capture 100% of Digg Spy's bury data, which captures all buries for upcoming and popular stories. However, it does not capture buries from stories that have been fully buried as these can no longer make the Digg home or popular pages. So the tool will show you the buries that matter (the buries that keep you off the home page).

Thanks to everyone that pointed out this clarification.