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HPR - HPR1177: HPR Community News Dec12/Jan13

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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.

Featuring

New hosts

Welcome to our new host:

Dick Thomas,

Delwin,

Charles in NJ,

Dude-man,

Beto,

Peter64,

johanv,

Emilien Klein,

NYbill, , and

K5TUX.

Apologies and Thanks

Dude-Man for missing that he was a new podcaster.

Thanks to Emilien for the patch to the readme

Thanks to Mike Hingley, and Dave for the heads up about the problems with the website

Big thanks to everyone who supported the New Year Show.

Apologies to everyone that was offended by my posts to the mail lists

Show Review

id

title

host

1132

LiTS 019: Kill the worms!

Dann

1133

How I got in to Linux

Dick Thomas

1134

Scannerdrome Ep. 1 - Lola Lariscy

Various Hosts

1135

TGTM Newscast for 12/01/2012

deepgeek

1136

01 Introduction to Office software

Ahuka

1137

Open Street Maps

NewAgeTechnoHippie

1138

Programming languages 2 - Python

garjola

1139

The missing episode

MrGadgets

1140

TGTM Newscast for 12/9/2012

deepgeek

1141

mumble client intro

Delwin

1142

LiTS 020: pgrep and pkill

Dann

1143

The N Days of Christmas? Intro to Recreational Math

Charles in NJ

1144

Who Owns Your Files

Ahuka

1145

TGTM Newscast for 12/20/2012

deepgeek

1146

Wireshark-1

NewAgeTechnoHippie

1147

Eulogy for the Netbook

AukonDK

1148

Development Discussion

Dave Morriss

1149

02 LibreOffice Writer Default Template

Ahuka

1150

Hacking Karma And Reincarnation With The Forgiveness Discipline

deepgeek

1151

Hacker Public Radio New Year Show Part 1

Various Creative Commons Works

1152

Hacker Public Radio New Year Show Part 2

Various Creative Commons Works

1153

Hacker Public Radio New Year Show Part 3

Various Creative Commons Works

1154

Hacker Public Radio New Year Show Part 4

Various Creative Commons Works

1155

Hacker Public Radio New Year Show Part 5

Various Creative Commons Works

1156

Hacker Public Radio New Year Show Part 6

Various Creative Commons Works

1157

Hacker Public Radio New Year Show Part 7

Various Creative Commons Works

1158

Hacker Public Radio New Year Show Part 8

Various Creative Commons Works

1159

Food - Health - Nutrially Densce food

Dude-man

1160

TGTM Newscast for 1/8/2013 DeepGeek

deepgeek

1161

PAM Two Factor Auth SSH

Beto

1162

LiTS 021 - killall

Dann

1163

Installing PYWWS on a Raspberry Pi

Peter64

1164

About git

johanv

1165

TGTM Newscast for 1/17/2013

deepgeek

1166

Airtime Radio Automation

AukonDK

1167

Kernels in the Boot, or What to Do When Your /boot folder Fills Up

FiftyOneFifty

1168

How I started my local Linux User Group

Emilien Klein

1169

Autotools

Nido Media

1170

TGTM Newscast for 1/20/2013

deepgeek

1171

Tech and Loathing 13 - Remote Desktop Protocols

K5TUX

1172

LiTS 022: Sort

Dann

1173

Sonar GNU/linux

Jonathan Nadeau

1174

Low Tech Fab (PCB Etching)

NYbill

1175

how to start irssi in screen after reboot

Lord Drachenblut

Events

http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale11x Scale11x. The Eleventh Annual Southern California Linux Expo February 22-24, 2013 Hilton Los Angeles International Airport

http://www.northeastlinuxfest.org/NELF: pokey: The Northeast Gnu/Linux Fest March 16 and 17

http://www.linuxfestnorthwest.org/LFNW: LinuxFest Northwest 2013 Bellingham, WA • April 27th and 28th, Contact: David Whitman

Mail List Discussions

Setup for the New Year Show - there is no cli client for mumble or for piping to ice-cast

DeepGeek asks for help in a new Segment about corporate use for web proxies

cobra2 discusses RSS torrents

Problems playing episodes ? Always mail admin@hackerpublicradio.org

KT4KB_Jon Lambdin [Hpr] CQ CQ CQ de KT4KB - Let's do a podcast Via Amatuer Radio

Aaron Swartz - passed away

Stickers!

Nido Media HPR Saturday Sessions (Digest is a once a day thing)

Reassign the shows to the TGTM News Team

Changes to the owner of TGTM Tech News Show

Should we add the intro/outro - yes if you want to

klaatu http://radio.pittsburgharts.org:8000, dosman is running a part15 radio station at my house. While most people agree with the explicit tag, Ken strongly disagreed with the suggestion.

Reminder of how HPR is governed

While Stankdwag pays for the hosting, HPR is run by the community, not the Admins! That means what the community decides is the direction we take it.

Filtering "Clean" shows

The necessary changes to accommodate a per show explicit field has been made.

To get the filtered feeds, please append 'explicit=0' to the end of any of the fields.

This will trigger the field 'rss/channel/item/itunes:explicit="Clean"'

http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_mp3_rss.php?explicit=0

http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_ogg_rss.php?explicit=0

http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_spx_rss.php?explicit=0

http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_total_rss.php?explicit=0

http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_total_ogg_rss.php?explicit=0

http://hackerpublicradio.org/hpr_total_spx_rss.php?explicit=0

This will leave the on the as "Yes" but will

toggle the to clean.

Currently the only shows flagged as 'explicit=0' are the ones from

klaatu. For those wishing to reclassify your shows please review the

attached guidelines from the FCC and follow the link to Apples website

http://www.apple.com/itunes/podcasts/specs.html. Apple has a policy of

banning incorrectly flagged shows, so we could loose approximately 7 -

20 % of HPR listeners in one fell swoop if you classify your show

incorrectly.

Please alert me or admin@hackerpublicradio.org if anything strange

starts to happen.

Ken (as HPR Admin)

Website Changes

Website Updates, RSS Feeds, Cal page: new list, new post script, explains how the queuing is done. Still need to update the contribute, readme and intro outro.

HPR Transcode script - Help needed by one and all

Cannot get the mailing list to archive

Sonar Fundraiser

The Sonar Project is to build a Linux operating system focused on accessibility. There are 1 billion people in the world with some type of disability. Jonathan Nadeau is a blind user and has already made the Sonar GNU/Linux distribution completely accessible to blind people. Now he needs our help to take it to the next level.

Pimp and pay http://www.indiegogo.com/sonar

We need shows

There are 14 shows in the queue. http://hackerpublicradio.org/calendar.php

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