[Hpr] Forums/OGG Feed
ken.fallon at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 06:57:53 PDT 2009
I happen to enjoy hearing you - also we are very much in agreement. I
probably wasn't clear enough but I am not suggesting we host our own
forums which is why I suggested taking dann up on his offer to host it
over at tllts.org.
But I don't particularly care so long as there is some place.
On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 1:23 PM, s <s at deepgeek.us> wrote:
> Hi, Yall,
> My two cent for all it's worth....
> I think we should have the ogg feed. I think that considering that
> much of our content is about open source systems, I think that having
> mp3 only is a bummer. Ideally, it should be scripted, but the HPR
> correspondent should be allowed to make his own ogg file if he so
> chooses, as I believe correspondents should be allowed to set their own
> quality standards if they want to.
> As far as forums, I think it is not a good idea, IMHO. There is a work
> load associated with having any kind of forum in terms of moderation
> and I don't think we should get into it. I know that Stank Dawg is
> intimately involved with HPR, and he is already hosting an excellent
> forum, and I sincerely believe that any needs our listeners may have
> are better met as well as more efficiently handled there. All things
> considered, maybe a folder in a forum for HPR should be considered.
> Thank you for hearing me out,
> On Wed, 11 Mar 2009 10:37:52 +0100
> Ken Fallon <ken.fallon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I'd like to open some discussions on a few points.
>> 1) Forums.
>> Given that our presenters and listeners are spread out across the
>> globe I feel a forum would be a good place to keep some FAQ's, episode
>> ideas, etc.
>> Dann van TLLTS has offered the use of their forums in the past so I
>> think we should take him up on the offer (if it's still open).
>> 2) OGG Feed
>> Yes it's more work but I would like to have a ogg feed alongside the
>> mp3 feed. I'm sure this can be scripted.
>> Hpr mailing list
>> Hpr at hackerpublicradio.org
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