[Hpr] Dropping the Call in Numbers

Russ Woodman - K5TUX k5tux at k5tux.us
Mon Dec 11 08:55:07 PST 2017


I'd like to apologize for dropping the ball on the US call-in number for submitting shows. Changes in the way inbound SIP trunking works and the companies that provide those for little to know money change rapidly. I've always wanted to maintain that service because I think it's a useful one but with all the irons I have in various fires, it's never really been possible. I'm OK with letting things lapse on that front but I'd like to get back to it at some point if I can find a stable and low-maintenance way of doing it. Sorry again. 

Russ, K5TUX 

----- Original Message -----

From: "Ken Fallon" <ken at fallon.ie> 
To: hpr at hackerpublicradio.org 
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2017 10:09:44 AM 
Subject: [Hpr] Dropping the Call in Numbers 

Hi All, 

I would like to propose dropping the option to use the call in numbers. 
As over the years this option has only ever been used by two hosts. 

At the time there was no easy upload option on the site, I believe the 
need for it has diminished, and it only adds to the admin overhead when 
we need to be focused on other work. 

Currently we are having issues with the workflow in multiple areas. 
Firstly the UK number has expired, the HPR FTP server is not working 
with Active FTP making it difficult to get the shows. 

Please share your comments. 


Ken Fallon 

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