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hpr2176 :: HPR Community News for November 2016

HPR Community News for November 2016

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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.

New hosts

Welcome to our new hosts:
Bill "NFMZ1" Miller, spaceman.

Last Month's Shows

Id Day Date Title Host
2152 Tue 2016-11-01 Apples to Apples Tabletop Game klaatu
2153 Wed 2016-11-02 Splitting a Block of Bees Wax brian
2154 Thu 2016-11-03 Replacing a Bicycle Brake Cable Jon Kulp
2155 Fri 2016-11-04 Ohio LinuxFest 2016 Ahuka
2156 Mon 2016-11-07 HPR Community News for October 2016 HPR Volunteers
2157 Tue 2016-11-08 BarCamp Manchester part 3 Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212
2158 Wed 2016-11-09 Art Club Brian in Ohio
2159 Thu 2016-11-10 Coup Tabletop Game klaatu
2160 Fri 2016-11-11 An Audio Illustration Tying the Bowline Knot David Whitman
2161 Mon 2016-11-14 What's in my freezer? Inscius
2162 Tue 2016-11-15 Review/Criticism of Hipp's "Git: Just Say No" clacke
2163 Wed 2016-11-16 Gnu Awk - Part 4 Dave Morriss
2164 Thu 2016-11-17 Skipbo Tabletop Game klaatu
2165 Fri 2016-11-18 Get the most out of your commute with these great audio suggestions. knightwise
2166 Mon 2016-11-21 How to use a Slide Rule Dave Morriss
2167 Tue 2016-11-22 Google It Bill "NFMZ1" Miller
2168 Wed 2016-11-23 Analogue Random Number Generation klaatu
2169 Thu 2016-11-24 How I connect to the awesome #oggcastplanet on mobile clacke
2170 Fri 2016-11-25 soundtrap.io Ken Fallon
2171 Mon 2016-11-28 hello world spaceman
2172 Tue 2016-11-29 Dutch Blitz Table Top Game Steve Saner
2173 Wed 2016-11-30 Driving a Blinkt! as an IoT device Dave Morriss

Mailing List discussions

Policy decisions surrounding HPR are taken by the community as a whole. This discussion takes place on the Mail List which is open to all HPR listeners and contributors. The discussions are open and available in the archives run externally by Gmane (see below) and on the HPR server under Mailman.

Note: since the summer of 2016 Gmane has changed location and is currently being reestablished. At the moment the HPR archive is not available there.

The threaded discussions this month can be found here:

http://hackerpublicradio.org/pipermail/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org/2016-November/thread.html

Comments this month

These are comments which have been made during the past month, either to shows released during the month or to past shows.
There are 21 comments in total.

There are 5 comments on 5 previous shows:

  • hpr2130 (2016-09-30) "Git push to two repositories at once" by klaatu.
    • Comment 4: Dave Morriss on 2016-11-02: "Thought I'd never use this"

  • hpr2140 (2016-10-14) "Vim Plugins I Use" by b-yeezi.

  • hpr2145 (2016-10-21) "Daily notes and todo list with markdown" by norrist.
    • Comment 4: Matt on 2016-11-30: "question about the script"

  • hpr2148 (2016-10-26) "The DSO138 Oscilloscope Kit Part 2" by NYbill.
    • Comment 1: NYbill on 2016-11-02: "The real JYE Tech kit"

  • hpr2150 (2016-10-28) "Apollo Guidance Computer" by Ken Fallon.

There are 16 comments on 9 of this month's shows:


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Comment #1 posted on 2016-12-05T21:28:16Z by clacke

Dioder

In the original IKEA tongue, "dioder" is pronounced rather close to "de-order". :-)

Comment #2 posted on 2016-12-05T21:37:33Z by clacke

On the purpose of those XEPs

I'll probably bring this up again in my coming Overview of Slack Alternatives (yes, I now owe you such a show!), but before I forget:

The problems with naked XMPP, with multiple clients and with clients coming and going, are these:

1. If nobody is online at the moment, your message will be lost in cyberspace, and you may or may not be told that this happened.
2. If you have several clients online, they have priorities set to determine which client should get the messages delivered to it.

So what these XEPs do is that they add the ability to:

1. Store-and-forward, so that the server holds any incoming messages, and delivers them when you get back online.

2. Carbon-copy, which means that all clients currently connected will get any incoming messages, rather than just one of the clients.

3. Message storage, which I'm not sure how it's handled, but I suppose the server can back-fill a connecting client so that any messages received since last time will be sent to it, even if other clients have already received those messages.

I'm just inferring this from comments and from the titles of the extensions, I haven't actually used them.

Now, talking about "naked XMPP" is probably not fair, because these extensions are supported by several XMPP servers, including the original ejabberd project and the rather popular Prosody project.

Comment #3 posted on 2016-12-05T21:43:18Z by clacke

Arousing regular expressions

I did make the regex comment in a sort of Ha Ha Only Serious frame of mind, not a lewd one. :-)

My initial reaction was amusement that anyone would make the apparently futile attempt to convey regexes over audio, followed by love for the hackeresque pure devotion to the medium that would drive someone to make a serious effort, finally followed by a certain level of surprise and delight that the regex, unsuitable as it is for audio, actually carried over and was understandable!

So, part friendly mockery, part genuine delight. :-)

Comment #4 posted on 2016-12-06T17:12:51Z by Steve

Ham Radio Topics

This is not the first time that Ken has made a call for more ham radio topics. I would be interested and willing to do some shows on the topic, but I struggle a little to know how to approach it. What kind of show would you like to see Ken? An overview show of the hobby? Shows on any specific topic? Would anyone like to collaborate on a series?

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