My series of weekly videos, in lack of a better name called daniel weekly, reached episode 35 today. I'm celebrating this fact by also adding an RSS-feed for those of you who prefer to listen to me in an audio-only version.
As an avid podcast listener myself, I can certainly see how this will be a better fit to some. Most of these videos are just me talking anyway so losing the visual shouldn't be much of a problem.
A typical episode
I talk about what I work on in my open source projects, which means a lot of curl stuff and occasional stuff from my work on Firefox for Mozilla. I also tend to mention events I attend and HTTP/networking developments I find interesting and grab my attention. Lots of HTTP/2 talk for example. I only ever express my own personal opinions.
It is generally an extremely geeky and technical video series.
Every week I mention a (curl) "bug of the week" that allows me to joke or rant about the bug in question or just mention what it is about. In episode 31 I started my "command line options of the week" series in which I explain one or a few curl command line options with some amount of detail. There are over 170 options so the series is bound to continue for a while. I've explained ten options so far.
I've set a limit for myself and I make an effort to keep the episodes shorter than 20 minutes. I've not succeed every time.
The 35 episodes have been viewed over 17,000 times in total. Episode two is the most watched individual one with almost 1,500 views.
Right now, my channel has 190 subscribers.
The top-3 countries that watch my videos: USA, Sweden and UK.
Share of viewers that are female: 3.7%