[Hpr] Request for New Year's Eve backup files

Ken Fallon ken.fallon at gmail.com
Mon Jan 2 22:30:45 PST 2012

My capture of the overnight stream is about 152M and is uploaded to
the ftp server. It's a mplayer dump and comes out as "Ogg data, Vorbis
audio, stereo, 44100 Hz, ~64000 bps, created by: Xiph.Org libVorbis I"

The md5sum bf93df67f53dccda07c3d668a03e0218

You are doing mighty work there Pokey.

On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 2:56 AM, Klaatu <klaatu at straightedgelinux.com> wrote:
> I think i have those.  I couldn't find the turtles part but...still, it's the
> times you're talking about:
> http://gnuworldorder.info/ohio/Mumble-2011-12-31-20-16-16-
> Mixdown.ogg
> and
> http://gnuworldorder.info/ohio/Mumble-2011-12-31-22-59-12-
> Mixdown.ogg
> let me know if these are the right ones, wrong ones, or if you absolutely need
> the flac originals (they're BIG and my network connection still ain't that
> great)
> -klaatu
>> I have lost a file from the New Year's Eve recording, and sadly it was a
>> big one. I didn't actually loose the file, it's just empty. There was no
>> way to chech these on the fly, so I only just discovered now that there was
>> a problem. I need a mixdown recording from roughly 8:00 to 12:00. This
>> would be starting right after the time that we were joking about the flat
>> earth, and turtles, and the server started to fail. We all logged out and
>> back in to the mumble session. I need from there to at least after the Auld
>> Langsyne song. I may have the multi track recordings from this on my other
>> computer, but I'm not sure. Even if I do, it would save me a lot of time to
>> have the mixdown instead. Please just stick it in the
>> "New_Years_Eve_backups" folder of the FTP if you have it. If you do have
>> recordings, but you don't have time to fish that one out, then just zip
>> everything that you do have into a directory with your name on it, and
>> upload that, please. Thanks for the help everyone.
> - klaatu
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