Oh dear. A few days ago I read on Daily Blog Tips that due to Google acquiring FeedBurner that all feeds should be moved to Google’s servers. The problem with that is that Google set a deadline. Feburary 28th. Worst part is, any feeds not transferred before said date will 404.
It’s pretty easy to transfer your feeds. There’s a link at the top of the FeedBurner member pages entitled "Move my feed now" or something similar, which lets you sign into a Google account to move the feeds to. Then it transfers the feed, which may take a very long time depending on the length of said feed. Then, you’re done. You won’t be able to sign in to feedburner.com anymore, but feedburner.google.com works. You’ll also be advised to change your feeds.feedburner.com links to feeds2.feedburner.com, but if you don’t, they’ll redirect.
I think Google’s mistake, though, is setting unmoved feeds to 404 after the deadline date. For instance, if I didn’t read Daily Blog Tips, I would not have known about this. At all. I’m so detached, I didn’t even know FeedBurner had been acquired! Imagine the problems. I probably wouldn’t know a thing until June when someone complains that the RSS feed has stopped working.
So, you peoples who use FeedBurner, make sure that you transfer your feed to Google’s server!