It's been two months, should we be expecting a new podcast? Is there somewhere on Stack Exchange to go for this information?

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I think you have to say Alex Miller's name three times fast. –  Tim Stone Jan 23 '12 at 21:40
@Tim don't forget it has to be in front of a mirror. At midnight. –  Pëkka Jan 23 '12 at 21:51
@Pekka How about two mirrors? –  jadarnel27 Jan 23 '12 at 21:53
Is there a tag we could add that would better catch the attention of those in the know? Feature-request a new podcast? –  Will M Jan 25 '12 at 0:00
I'm tempted to tag it support. =P –  Jeremy Banks Jan 31 '12 at 18:53
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As far as I know, the Stack Exchange blog (and the podcasts category in particular) is the only source of up-to-date information on the podcast. As you say, it's been over six to eight weeks since the last podcast, whose blog entry enthusiastically states

That’s it for Podcast #30, which is it for podcasts in 2011. See you next year!

So I guess the only thing we know for sure is: sometime this year (2012).

Update (2012/02/06)

Now that Jeff Atwood is leaving Stack Exchange, it's somewhat unclear when the next podcast will be.

Update (2012/03/02)

Podcast #31 just went up yesterday.

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I hope you're wrong there with that update. Jeff seemed to say much less in the SE podcasts as compared to the old SO series: its been more about the guests. So, he'll be missed, but the show must go on! –  martin clayton Feb 7 '12 at 0:41
@martinclayton True enough. I'll edit my answer to remove the air of finality about it. –  Chris Frederick Feb 7 '12 at 0:51
Having listened to every episode over the last year, following the often humorous, occasionally wise, and always inspiring journey from idea into a site for millions, I am truly sad to hear Jeff left. But I guess all stories must end eventually... –  Garrett Hall Feb 19 '12 at 14:58
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SE Podcast #33 – It’s Back!

It’s Back! Welcome to episode #33 of the Stack Exchange podcast. We’ve got a brand new co-host (Jay Hanlon, our new VP of Community Growth) plus our guest this week is David Fullerton, VP of Engineering at Stack Exchange.

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