[Hpr] Pre-releaseing episodes

Jason Scott jason at textfiles.com
Fri Oct 10 07:14:12 PDT 2008

I think if you were being paid, it'd be one thing. But I always tend to 
release things on my weblog as well as what sources I give it to. You have 
readers, you want your readers to know stuff, I don't see the issue there.

On Fri, 10 Oct 2008, Deepgeek wrote:

> Hi, Guys,
> I have a new blog, and I want to do a companion article on all my new
> podcasts, I therefore have a question for all the contributors.
> Is it cool or uncool to pre-release episodes on a personal blog?
> It looks like the normal thing will be for hackerpublicradio.org to
> drive traffic to my little boring blog, but when they do get there, I
> like them to have a choice of download format, such as ogg or flac in
> addition to the normal mp3.  Often, I will give an episode to Enigma
> without a number, and let him assign a number upon publishing it.
> Example is my last episode, my original is "whitelisting-cpanel.mp3",
> upon publication, it becomes "hpr0202.mp3".  I want to know if it is
> cool if I make my companion blog entry to allow downloading something
> like "whitelisting-cpanel" with links to the ogg, flac, and mp3, and
> then later change the name to "hpr0202" later, upon publication.
> What do you guys think?
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