[Hpr] Usefulness of the Community News Show

NYbill nybill at gunmonkeynet.net
Sun Mar 16 14:21:34 PDT 2014

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- -Yes
- -no
- -I like it as is
- -I'm not sure
- -42
- -you're over thinking it
- -keep the status quo

On 03/16/2014 12:34 PM, Ken Fallon wrote:
> 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 ?
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