[Hpr] Backup shows

Kevin O'Brien zwilnik at zwilnik.com
Sun Mar 9 11:38:14 PDT 2014


I approve.

On 03/09/2014 12:55 PM, Ken Fallon wrote:
> I would like to bring this topic to some form of closure. Can I invite
> everyone to comment on this proposed text.
> 
> <quote>
> If you have a non urgent show, please consider scheduling it during the
> summer period in the Northern Hemisphere as this is usually when we are
> short of shows. The backup queue is intended only to be used in the
> cases where there is still a gap in the schedule 24 hours prior to release.
> 
> The shows will by their very nature need to be "timeless", ie: your
> topic should still be relevant in four years or more. People will be
> able to hear the show on the website but they will not be included in
> any feeds until release.
> 
> Please begin all shows with text similar to:
> "This is a backup show, if you are hearing this then HPR needs shows
> ASAP. Please consider contributing a show. Email admin at hacker public
> radio dot org for more information."
> 
> We expect that we need at least 10 shows in the backup queue in order to
> give people enough time to record and submit shows. Remember once that
> all the backup shows have been used up and there are no more shows in
> the queue, HPR as a project will stop.
> </quote>
> 
> --
> Regards,
> 
> Ken Fallon
> http://kenfallon.com
> http://hackerpublicradio.org/correspondents.php?hostid=30
> 
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