[Hpr] Backup shows
kevin.wisher at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 15:14:47 PST 2014
I agree that 2 years is too long.
On Sun, Mar 2, 2014 at 6:11 PM, dg <dg at deepgeek.us> wrote:
> I think a back up que is nice, but I think anything over a year is
> excessive. Even the most historical show would be, IMHO, stale. I
> don't know if it's hard to do, but expanding how far out the calendar
> goes is an option, but I don't understand how it all works. This "also
> scheduled" thing at the end is interesting. You could just put backup
> shows a year out after they are submitted, I guess. Is any "floating"
> possible for shows?!
> Just thoughts...
> On Sun, 02 Mar 2014 23:03:29 +0000
> Dave Morriss <perloid at autistici.org> wrote:
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> > Hi All,
> > Yesterday, while recording the February Community News with Ken and
> > Ahuka, the subject of the backup shows and how to manage them came up.
> > There are currently 12 backup shows in the queue, the oldest having
> > been there for over 2 years. On the one hand it seems reasonable to
> > maintain such a queue as an ultimate fall-back, but on the other
> > hand, keeping shows for as long as this seems like a bad idea.
> > So, some feedback from the HPR Community would be helpful. As far as I
> > can see the main questions are:
> > - - Should there be a maximum time for backup shows to be queued?
> > - - Should we limit the number that are held at any time (by
> > releasing the older ones)?
> > - - Is there still a need for a backup queue at all?
> > Your thoughts would be appreciated.
> > Dave
> > - --
> > Dave Morriss, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK | perloid at autistici.org
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