[Hpr] Usefulness of the Community News Show
dg at deepgeek.us
Sun Mar 16 09:40:38 PDT 2014
absolutely *DO NOT STOP* the community news. The reviews of the shows
are invaluable to me as I don't listen to all, and they allow me to
realize I missed something I should not have.
Improvement? Maybe offer the list a chance to do a "one minute review"
of shows that they can send to you, you could patch these into the
program. This way, people can participate while time shifting. Only
idea I have...
On Sun, 16 Mar 2014 17:34:53 +0100
Ken Fallon <ken at fallon.ie> wrote:
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> Hi All,
> Yet another topic during the Community News scheduled for Thu
> 2014-03-20: hpr1469, titled "HPR Community News for February 2014" was
> whither the community news itself was useful ?
> I started it so that people would have transparency into what's going
> on in the community, what's going on on the mailing lists, call for
> more shows, etc. It also to guarantee that each show would have at
> least some feed back - to send the message - yes we heard you.
> As I'm the one who usually leads it, it is scheduled at a time that I
> can usually attend but I also realise that the time is very
> inconvenient for other contributors. While it was necessary for a
> time to have a HPR figure head to get the network back on it's feet,
> this function is no longer necessary and in fact we would now benefit
> from having more community involvement in reporting on the news.
> To get the discussion going, I'll throw out a few questions and hope
> you can comment. I'm particularly interested in hearing from those
> that have not commented before.
> Is the community news useful ?
> Should we stop it ?
> How would you improve it ?
> How can we get more people involved in it ?
> What is the meaning of life ?
> Should we rotate the hosts ?
> What other options have we ?
> - --
> Ken Fallon
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