klaatu at straightedgelinux.com
Mon Apr 30 10:23:28 PDT 2012
Cobra2 is right about me being right. there is not a "safe for work/family"
policy in place at this time for submissions to HPR.
> Klaatu is right there is not a "safe for work/family" policy in place at
> this time for submissions to HPR. -- cobra2
> Klaatu <klaatu at straightedgelinux.com> wrote:
> There's no policy forbidding "bad" language on HPR.
> If you want to put a disclaimer at the header of the show, and in the
> shownotes, just so people know not to play it in front of their kids or
> bosses, I think that seems like a kind thing to do.
> But that's it, AFAIK.
> > H'lo everyon!
> > Just a quick question.
> > I recorded an interview with a developer of the Drupal CMS, and will
> > submit that as a show. As far as I know you do not really care if there
> > are swearing and referenses to drinking and such.
> > The developer in question was from Denmark, and are known for his foul
> > mouth and taste for beer.
> > Since his degree of swearing was a bit higher than "normal" people, I
> > have decided to put a little disclaimer in the intro, just informing
> > those who are a bit more sensitive than others to perhaps skip that
> > perticular show.
> > Do you have any other policy in place that I should be aware of?
> > /Kenneth "Seetee" Frantzen
> > @alltinomit
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