A few days ago it was 2 years since I published the first Watir Podcast.
In this 2 years I have published 34 podcasts with people literally all over the world. Lately I am trying to produce a podcast a month, and I am trying to keep it about 30 minutes long. I have recorded podcasts as short as 5 minutes, but also longer than 70 minutes.
The following table lists downloads since December 2009, when I started using Podtrac. The first number is total downloads, the second number is unique downloads. Please notice #26. :)
I am glad to see that podcasts as old as 1 or even 2 years are still downloaded.
|#34 Zhimin Zhan on TestWise||70/57|
|#33 Jake Dempsey and Brian Knorr on Watij and UISpec||221/191|
|#32 Brent Strange||276/249|
|#31 Jari Bakken and Simon Stewart on Watir 2.0, Selenium and WebDriver, Celerity and HtmlUnit||379/331|
|#30 Jim Knowlton on Using Watir for Exploratory Testing||402/373|
|#29 Bret Pettichord and Charley Baker on Past, Present and Future of Watir||283/262|
|#28 Tom Copeland on SafariWatir||225/217|
|#27 Angrez Singh on FireWatir||199/188|
|#26 Alister Scott on Watir.com||1,408/448|
|#25 Dave Hoover on SafariWatir and Software Craftsmanship||206/186|
|#24 MarekJ and Charley Baker||167/166|
|#23 Željko Filipin||171/168|
|#22 Bret Pettichord on WatirCraft||168/165|
|#21 Alister Scott on Watif||158/156|
|#20 Sai Venkatakrishnan||164/154|
|#19 Bret Pettichord on Git||143/137|
|#18 Rick Hower on AWTA 2009||129/127|
|#17 Deniz Türkoglu on AWTA 2009||137/132|
|#16 MarekJ on AWTA 2009||144/143|
|#15 Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory on AWTA 2009 and Agile Testing||168/159|
|#14 Steve Kim on AWTA 2009||138/134|
|#13 Alister Scott on AWTA 2009||140/137|
|#12 Bernie Miles and Stanislaw Wozniak on AWTA 2009 and Sponte||125/118|
|#11 Alan Baird on AWTA 2009||120/118|
|#10 Charley Baker on AWTA 2009||131/125|
|#9 Paul Rogers||156/147|
|#8 Alister Scott||140/138|
|#7 Bret Pettichord on FireWatir||186/182|
|#6 Tiffany Fodor||155/154|
|#5 Walter Kruse||109/107|
|#4 Jeroen van Menen on WatiN||159/147|
|#2 Charley Baker||124/121|
|#1 Bret Pettichord on Watir||170/164|
After two years, what to say? It was a lot of fun, I hope it will not end soon.
I would like to thank everybody that wanted to talk with me. I would probably stop recording podcast if I did not have a lot of help from Watir Podcast Team. A big thank you to all of you that co-hosted a podcast, contributed music and logo, worked on the web site, edited audio... I could not do it without you.
I would probably give up a long time ago if Tiffany Fodor did not offer to edit the audio and create show notes. Tiffany, thank you.
Also, a bit thank you to every listener. Yes, you too. Well, if you were not listening, all this would not make a lot of sense.
If you have some time, and you would like to contribute to the podcast, please let me know. I need help with finding guests, co-hosting, I am always looking for music that can be published under a Creative Commons licence... If you would like to take over Watir Podcast, let me know. I would help you with everything. I have other stuff to do, but if nobody is interested, I will not let the podcast die.
I did not mention a lot of people by name, because this blog post would end up being too long. You know who you are. Yes, you. Thanks.