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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You can’t make a site like that and not make an Atom feed for it in this day and age. Get with the program! ;-)

    (Thanks for that, btw. And a cool, if in retrospect straightforward, domain name idea (just like a good name idea should be). Yay, now I can laugh about PMichaud’s LOLCODE compiler once more.)

    • Here you are :-) http://yapc.tv/rss/ [yapc.tv]

      By the way, up to date that lolcode talk was viewed more than 10 000 times!

      • Yay! Thanks for that. :-)

        I don’t know how you count views, but 10,000 is probably quite a bit higher than the number of real unique viewers. I must’ve gone to that talk’s page a dozen times. I also downloaded it several times – once from yapc.tv, once from blip.tv, then again in high-res MPEG form from yapc.tv. (Btw, the high-res MPEG was cut off at three minutes or so. :-( Can you check and fix that? (Or have you already?))

        Still, though, even if we take an extremely conservative guess and suppose that the number from your stats is 10× higher than the number of real viewers (it’s probably something like 2–3× higher at most), then that lightning talk has reached 3–4× times more people through the web than were present in person. (Based on a less conservative guess, it has easily reached 10× as many people.) That’s very cool, and very much to your credit. Thanks for making this effort. :-)

        • I don't count, blip.tv counts :-) Such a number is due to posts in several blogs and is only applicable to Patrick's talk. View numbers of other talks is ~100 times fewer.

          I'll that large MPEG, but its size seems to be the same as a file on my computer, and local file is 6 minutes long. I'll repair the problem if it exists.

          What about multiplication coefficients, I agree with you, the way of spreading Perl talks is really cool :-)