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HPR Community News October 2012

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Part of the series: HPR Community News

A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is a regular show scheduled for the first Monday of the month.

Featuring

aparanoidshell
bobobex
corenominal
Epicanis
FiftyOneFifty
Ken Fallon
KT4KB-Jon

New hosts

Welcome to our new hosts: bobobex, and Dave Morriss

Show Review

id title host
1086 HPR Community News September 2012 HPR Admins
1087 The FSCONS of Jonas Öberg Seetee
1088 Penguicon 2012 Ahuka
1089 Max Mether of SkySQL talks about MariaDB Various Creative Commons Works
1090 TGTM Newscast for 10/2/2012 deepgeek
1091 Useful Vim Plugins Dave Morriss
1092 Ham Radio: The Original Tech Geek Passion MrGadgets
1093 Separate Presentation from Content - 2 Office Software Ahuka
1094 Linux, Beer, and Who Cares? FiftyOneFifty
1095 TGTM Newscast for 2012/10/07 deepgeek
1096 KeepassX Frank Bell
1097 The Cyberunions Podcast Various Creative Commons Works
1098 My Journey to Geekdom bobobex
1099 compilers part 2 sigflup
1100 Why Android Tablets Suck Part2 MrGadgets
1101 Recovery of an (en)crypted home directory in a buntu based system FiftyOneFifty
1102 Speech Impediments DoorToDoorGeek
1103 Thoughtkindness: In Defense of Media Freetardation Epicanis
1104 TuxJam: Episode 15 Various Creative Commons Works
1105 TGTM Newscast for 10/24/2012 deepgeek
1106 Of Fuduntu, RescaTux (or the Farmer Buys a Dell) FiftyOneFifty
1107 Compilers Part 3 sigflup
1108 What's In my Bag? Mike Hingley
1109 Astricon 2012 - Virtues of the Open Source Telephony Platform Various Creative Commons Works
1110 The Doctor Who Restoration Team AukonDK

Other News

Only about one third of the downloads are OGG so if you are freedom lover change over to the ogg feed.
http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_ogg_rss.php

Apologies again to BuyerBrown for the show mixup.

FOSDEM - HPR/Podcast table

If anyone is going to FOSDEM (https://fosdem.org/2013/ and would be interested in covering a booth, please get in touch with admin at hpr
This also counts for other podcasters who want to share a table.

Reshaping HPR

There has been a lot of activity on the mail list this month about changes to the scheduling rules and about the upload formats.

Please start by (re)listening to 0560 - Old soldiers | 2010-08-02

As we didn't have shows to fill the feed, we introduced other Non-HPR exclusive content to fill the gaps.
As contributions increased this resulted in a long delay in getting the HPR exclusive content out.
The rest can be read via manually created mail archive http://hackerpublicradio.org/archive/hpr-at-hackerpublicradio.org_2012-10-archive.pdf

There is also a discussion about changing the upload to FLAC only

Dev News

The cpanel website is giving problems and Josh is working to get them fixed.

mordancy pointed out that we didn't have a full feed for the ogg and spx. So after thinking about it for too long these have also been added.

We made some clean up to the website so please have a look around and report anything out of the ordinary.

Epicanis has been working on a upload form which can be found http://hpr.dogphilosophy.net/hprup.php

The gitorious page can be found http://gitorious.org/hpr-scheduling-system

The rest can be read via manually created mail archive http://hackerpublicradio.org/archive/dev-at-hackerpublicradio.org_2012-10-archive.pdf


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Comment #1 posted on 2012-11-07T16:56:48Z by pokey

Another great monthly roundup show.

I enjoy these so much, wehether I'm on them or not. I did really want to be on this one, but a flu kept me in bed all that day. I'm really missing being on these.

Fiftyonefifty kicked himself a whole bunch, and I don't think he deserved most of his self inflicted punishment. However I owe him one kick: He incorrectly attributed the me with the idea for the New Year's Show. It was in fact Ken Fallon's idea (and it was a great idea), and it was the HPR community, all together, that pulled it off. From setting up the servers, to providing the audio content, the HPR community did it all. We pulled together and produced an event so good that I don't even have enough words to describe what happened here. All I did was volunteer to record it. I would be a fraud if I took any more credit for it than that.

I am forever thankful to the people of this community for letting me be a part of it.

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