I was curious what the community thought of having either a GIS specific podcast or gis competition. Both can happen online and both would help in building a community base, ultimately giving us more users and answers with more quality as a result. The community would gain knowledge with either item, and it would also attract new users who are interested in the topic of GIS. Currently the SE podcasts are just ramblings on the life of the general SE community and creators. My thoughts are that more potential users would be attracted to SE, if category specific events are created, this may help in gaining more interest for GIS.SE. The reason that SE isn't one big site was to accomplish what I am alluding to. I feel that one or both of these would be beneficial to this community and ultimately improve the answers and questions we get on GIS.SE. The ultimate goal of the SE community is to reduce the noise when searching for an effective solution to a question when searching for a quality answer on the web. These two items would specifically increase the footprint of GIS.SE, improve the quality of the GIS.SE community, and raise interest in SE overall. These two items both require work to incorporate, but I feel they would be beneficial to the SE community.
Question: What does everyone think about having either GIS.SE specific podcast or competitions?