hpr3846 :: HPR Community News for April 2023
HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in April 2023
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Part of the series: HPR Community News
A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is a regular show scheduled for the first Monday of the month.
There were no new hosts this month.
Last Month's Shows
Comments this month
These are comments which have been made during the past month, either to shows released during the month or to past shows. There are 16 comments in total.
There are 6 comments on 4 previous shows:
(2023-03-23) "Remapping Mouse Buttons with XBindKeys on Linux"
by Jon Kulp.
- Comment 1: Zen_floater2 on 2023-04-03: "LOOK EVERYBODY!!!"
(2023-03-28) "A tale of wonder, angst and woe"
- Comment 2: Bookewyrmm on 2023-04-17: "small update"
(2023-03-29) "Gitlab Pages for website hosting"
- Comment 1: rho`n on 2023-04-01: "Congfiguring HPR site generator"
(2023-03-31) "Creating a natural aquarium"
- Comment 3: minnix on 2023-04-01: "video demonstration"
- Comment 4: Ahuka on 2023-04-03: "Brings back memories"
- Comment 5: minnix on 2023-04-06: "Hi Ahuka"
This month's shows
There are 10 comments on 8 of this month's shows:
- hpr3826 (2023-04-03) "HPR Community News for March 2023" by HPR Volunteers.
- Comment 1: Kevin O'Brien on 2023-04-04: "Updating your profile"
- hpr3828 (2023-04-05) "The Oh No! News." by Some Guy On The Internet.
- Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-04-14: "entertaining"
- hpr3831 (2023-04-10) "Introducing Bumble Bee." by Some Guy On The Internet.
- Comment 1: Trey on 2023-04-10: "Great interview"
- Comment 2: brian-in-ohio on 2023-04-14: "liked it"
- Comment 3: Dave Morriss on 2023-04-16: "Excellent show"
- hpr3832 (2023-04-11) "How I left Google behind" by minnix.
- Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-04-14: "thank you"
- hpr3837 (2023-04-18) "Make a vortex cannon" by Mike Ray.
- Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-04-27: "intro"
- hpr3841 (2023-04-24) "The Oh No! News." by Some Guy On The Internet.
- Comment 1: Ken Fallon on 2023-03-31: "Move Play button"
- hpr3843 (2023-04-26) "LinuxLUGCast pre-show ramblings" by Honkeymagoo.
- Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-04-27: "thanks"
- hpr3844 (2023-04-27) "2022-2023 New Years Show Episode 6" by HPR Volunteers.
- Comment 1: brian-in-ohio on 2023-04-27: "interesting show"
Mailing List discussions
Policy decisions surrounding HPR are taken by the community as a whole. This discussion takes place on the Mail List which is open to all HPR listeners and contributors. The discussions are open and available on the HPR server under Mailman.
The threaded discussions this month can be found here:https://hackerpublicradio.org/pipermail/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org/2023-April/thread.html
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Unicode characters in shows
It came to light during the month that shows with Unicode characters in their title, summary or notes were not being represented properly on the website.
This is the definition of Unicode on Wikipedia:
Unicode, formally The Unicode Standard, is an information technology standard for the consistent encoding, representation, and handling of text expressed in most of the world's writing systems. The standard, which is maintained by the Unicode Consortium, defines as of the current version (15.0) 149,186 characters covering 161 modern and historic scripts, as well as symbols, thousands of emoji (including in colors), and non-visual control and formatting codes.
The software and database behind the HPR website come from a time before Unicode, but had been updated to use this encoding a number of years ago. However, it was discovered that some changes had been overlooked.
We are currently making changes to ensure that Unicode is properly displayed on the web site, and in audio tags. It will be necessary to find and correct encoding errors in the database, and this process will be carried out as soon as possible. ✓<< First, < Previous, Next >, Latest >>