[Hpr] Harassment on HPR

Paul Quirk paul at pquirk.com
Sat Dec 14 05:50:45 PST 2019


I'm fairly new here, but the reason I wanted to join and contribute is the
fact that the podcasts over the past year left me with the impression that
this is a brotherhood of sharing knowledge, and whether I found something
interesting or boring was due to my own tastes and did not reflect the
community as a whole. Horses for courses and all that. I fully support a
policy that prohibits harassment.

On Sat, Dec 14, 2019 at 8:42 AM jason <jason.s.dodd at gmail.com> wrote:

> Does this include the guy who commented that my how i found linux show was
> boring?
>
> :)
> On 12/14/19 7:56 AM, Ken Fallon wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
> I have had disturbing reports that multiple hosts have been harassed
> after posting shows to HPR. After further investigation I have no reason
>  to doubt that these reports are anything but genuine.
>
> This has been a bit of a shock to me, as HPR has always seemed like a
> well-regulated community. I for one don't condone harassment or
> offensive behavior especially against people who have made the effort to
>  contribute to the network. I believe that this is the view of the HPR
> Community in general, but I would like confirmation.
>
> Therefore I formally propose the following policy change.
>
> Modify http://hackerpublicradio.org/about.php#free_culture as follows:
>
> < Hacker Public Radio is dedicated to sharing knowledge
> ---
>
> Hacker Public Radio is dedicated to sharing knowledge in a welcoming
>
> community that offers positive feedback and encourages respectful debate.
>
> I would appreciate your active response on this issue.
>
>
>
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