[Hpr] Usefulness of the Community News Show
davidglennwhitman at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 19:00:34 PDT 2014
I vote KEEP THE COMMUNITY NEWS. I enjoy it, it is informative and I like
it. I will agree that more of us should participate. Perhaps there could be
dueling community news shows, with reviews of cake. Just kidding about the
Disregard TYPOS! Sent from my phne.
On Mar 16, 2014 2:21 PM, "NYbill" <nybill at gunmonkeynet.net> wrote:
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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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