[Hpr] Links to Creative Commons Podcasts
jason.s.dodd at gmail.com
Mon Oct 14 03:20:20 PDT 2019
gpodder.net. Another thing I use and assumed everyone else did, too.
By the way, is Stefan the new maintainer or the 'old' one? They put a
call out for a new maintainer if the project is to live on. Don't see
anything about this on the site.
On 10/14/19 2:52 AM, Ken Fallon wrote:
> I ended up using https://gPodder.net which is now my default
> destination for shows.
> I've contacted the project lead Stefan Kögl @skoegl on twitter and
> hopefully I can convince him to do an interview.
> Ken Fallon
> On 2019-10-09 20:12, Dave Lee wrote:
>> Please remember that "Linux podcasts" and "Creative Commons podcasts"
>> aren't necessarily the same.
>> The Bugcast is Creative Commons, but I wouldn't expect to see it on
>> Linux Links any time soon.
>> Also, Linux Links is out of date in places. I sent them an email a
>> couple of weeks ago about TuxJam *not* being "out of production", but
>> I've not had a response yet.
>> On Tue, 8 Oct 2019, 14:13 Ken Fallon, <ken at fallon.ie
>> <mailto:ken at fallon.ie>> wrote:
>> On 2019-10-04 22:29, Kevin Wisher wrote:
>> > Would it be posible to add a page/form on the HPR site for
>> people to
>> > submit podcast info?
>> As discussed on the Community News show, this is something I do
>> not want
>> to take responsibility for. If we accept the form, then we need
>> to add
>> it to the DataBase, then put keep it and maintain it.
>> I also don't want to step on the toes of http://thelinuxlink.net for
>> foss podcasts.
>> That said there is our our sister project http://hackermedia.org/
>> be a better home for this. However that site could use some love.
>> Ken Fallon
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