Coming soon!Posted: November 3, 2011
I certainly enjoyed podcasting for the short time that I tried it, and it seems like the broader Clojure community could use some auxiliary informational and entertainment material out there. Not all of us can lurk on IRC or read Clojure blogs all day — and after all, there is something very humanizing and enriching about being able to have some kind of palpable contact with birds of a feather, even if it is only hearing the voice of the author of that cool new Clojure library.
Ironically, the first post here has no audio — but only because I first want to hear from anyone potentially interested in a Clojure podcast:
- What would you like to hear about?
- Who (or, what sorts of people) would you like to hear from?
- How do you prefer to get podcast content (iTunes, other RSS, SoundCloud, embedded flash player…)?
I have a variety of ideas re: format, topics (both one-off and recurring), “segments”, and so on, but I want to listen to what you have to say first.