[Hpr] Who Wants To Be a HPR Hero

Code Cruncher code.cruncher at yahoo.ca
Thu Jan 20 18:07:59 PST 2011


I could do it on Sunday if that is soon enough.

cheers - maia

On 20.01.11 13:53 , Jason Scott wrote:
> So, I'm adding all the back episodes of HPR, in mp3, ogg and spx, to
> audio.textfiles.com. The directory looks like this right now:
>
> http://audio.textfiles.com/shows/hpr
>
> You can see how I have descriptions after the files, pretty basic ones.
>
> The format looks like this:
>
> hpr0006.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 6: Part 15 Broadcasting, by
> Dosman and Zach (January 8, 2008)
> hpr0007.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 7: Orwell Rolled Over in his
> Grave, by Deepgeek (January 9, 2008)
> hpr0008.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 8: Asus EePC, by Mubix
> (January 10, 2008)
> hpr0009.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 9: This Old Hack 4 by
> Fawkesfyre (January 10, 2008)
> hpr0010.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 10: The Linux Boot Process
> Part 1 by Dann (January 13, 2008)
> hpr0011.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 11: dd_rhelp by Operat0r
> (January 14, 2008)
> hpr0012.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 12: Xen by Mirovengi (January 16, 2008)
> hpr0013.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 13: LPI Certifications Part 1
> by Ken Fallon (January 17, 2008)
> hpr0014.mp3 Hacker Public Radio Episode 14: Databases 101 Part 2 by
> Stankdawg (January 18, 2008)
>
> So, I ask.... can anyone else make these for the remaining episodes I
> haven't described yet? I'm sure it's just a little ripping and
> scripting action, I just don't have the time right now and I'd like to
> have the full descriptions up when I announce it. Obviously you need
> only do this for the main directory, since I can do sed for putting in
> the .ogg and .spx versions.
>
> Who wants to be the hero.
>
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