[Hpr] HPR New Year's Eve show info.

Patrick Dailey pdailey03 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 28 05:34:56 PST 2011

I think Ken is handling that part. Thank you for the good idea.

On Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 6:12 AM, Fifty OneFifty <
fiftyonefifty at linuxbasement.com> wrote:

> pokey,
> I'm sure you thought of this, but a banner or a link to this info ought to
> be posted at the top of the HPR page.  People who have heard of the New
> Years Eve broadcast but haven't heard the details will probably look there.
> FiftyOneFifty
> On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 10:12 PM, Patrick Dailey <pdailey03 at gmail.com>wrote:
>> OK, we have a server mumble server and an icecast stream set up for
>> Saturday's show.
>> Big thanks to the PipeManMusic from the Open Source Musician's Podcast
>> for setting up the server for us.
>> Here are the details.
>> We will be recording from about noon to midnight Eastern US time. (maybe
>> longer. who knows?) All HPR contributors *and listeners* are welcome to
>> call in (as long as there's room on the server) and discuss their favorite
>> HPR shows and topics of 2011, or bring a topic that you think would help us
>> to have a good show. We'll be streaming the whole thing, as well as
>> distilling it down to one or more podcasts for the rss feed. Whether you've
>> contributed to HPR or not, please consider calling in and helping us to
>> make this a great HPR community event.
>> Mumble server address:
>> Port:
>>  43556
>> Password:
>>  OSMPMumble
>> For callers there will be a seperate room to test your setup before
>> jumping in the live room just to avoid doing on air mic checks. Please
>> check your sound there before jumping into the main room. Please set
>> compression to the 31.8Kb/s speex codec for compatibility (NOT the CELT
>> codec), and use push to talk.
>> The stream will be on:
>> If you can provide a stream mirror, please publish that to your people
>> instead of the primary one. If anyone has spare website names lying around
>> that they want to temporarily redirect it that static address, that would
>> be very cool too.
>> I'm thinking that we may also want to set up a dedicated irc channel for
>> the day also.
>> If you have any other ideas that I've missed, post 'em or bring 'em on
>> the day.
>> Happy New Year Hacker Public Radio!
>> --
>> Thank You,
>> pokey
>> Not sent from an iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android or any other such
>> hipster device.

Thank You,
Patrick Dailey

Not sent from an iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android or any other such
hipster device.
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