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Last Month's Shows Id Day Date Title Host 3065 Fri 2020-05-01 The case for the unattributed message Ahuka 3066 Mon 2020-05-04 HPR Community News for April 2020 HPR Volunteers 3067 Tue 2020-05-05 Getting my Python3 code working in Python2 MrX 3068 Wed 2020-05-06 Keeping track of downloads in Elm tuturto 3069 Thu 2020-05-07 Linux Inlaws S01E05 Porn and Skynet monochromec 3070 Fri 2020-05-08 making vim xdg compatible crvs 3071 Mon 2020-05-11 Bash snippet - quotes inside quoted strings Dave Morriss 3072 Tue 2020-05-12 The joy of pip-tools and pyenv-virtualenv clacke 3073 Wed 2020-05-13 Matchbox and Diecast Restoration Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212 3074 Thu 2020-05-14 For your consideration - Escape Pod Ken Fallon 3075 Fri 2020-05-15 Federated Blogging with WriteFreely Ahuka 3076 Mon 2020-05-18 Keep calm and Virion Dave Morriss 3077 Tue 2020-05-19 Video conference Push to Talk DanNixon 3078 Wed 2020-05-20 Coronavirus Update 2020-05-07 Ahuka 3079 Thu 2020-05-21 Linux Inlaws S01E06 Porn and Trump monochromec 3080 Fri 2020-05-22 Ansible ping Ken Fallon 3081 Mon 2020-05-25 Why do formal verification? tuturto 3082 Tue 2020-05-26 RFC 5005 Part 1 – Paged and archived feeds? Who cares? clacke 3083 Wed 2020-05-27 Mumbling while on lockdown Dave Morriss 3084 Thu 2020-05-28 AudioBookClub 18 - Star Trek: The Continuing Mission Thaj Sara 3085 Fri 2020-05-29 Architectures of Robust Openness Ahuka 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 29 comments in total. Past shows There are 8 comments on 4 previous shows: hpr3013 (2020-02-19) "Bash Tips - 21" by Dave Morriss. Comment 3: nobody on 2020-05-22: "awk" Comment 4: Dave Morriss on 2020-05-22: "Response to 'nobody' re awk" hpr3053 (2020-04-15) "AudioBookClub 17 - Blood Witness" by HPR_AudioBookClub. Comment 2: mordancy on 2020-05-28: "Blood Witness" hpr3059 (2020-04-23) "A quick intro to Snapcast" by DanNixon. Comment 1: Windigo on 2020-05-01: "Thanks for the introduction" hpr3063 (2020-04-29) "Pens, pencils, paper and ink - 1" by Dave Morriss. Comment 1: Archer72 on 2020-05-05: "Fountain pens" Comment 2: Bookewyrmm on 2020-05-07: "Pens, ink and paper" Comment 3: Dave Morriss on 2020-05-07: "To Archer72" Comment 4: Dave Morriss on 2020-05-07: "To Bookewyrmm" This month's shows There are 21 comments on 11 of this month's shows: hpr3065 (2020-05-01) "The case for the unattributed message" by Ahuka. Comment 1: brian in ohio on 2020-05-01: "enemies" hpr3066 (2020-05-04) "HPR Community News for April 2020" by HPR Volunteers. Comment 1: tuturto on 2020-05-04: "Thanks" Comment 2: Dave Morriss on 2020-05-05: "No problem" Comment 3: clacke on 2020-05-06: "Blood type distribution" Comment 4: Ahuka on 2020-05-06: "I loved the show" Comment 5: Dave Morriss on 2020-05-06: "Re: Blood type distribution" Comment 6: Dave Morriss on 2020-05-06: "Thanks Ahuka" hpr3069 (2020-05-07) "Linux Inlaws S01E05 Porn and Skynet" by monochromec. Comment 1: Bendy on 2020-05-12: "skynet" hpr3071 (2020-05-11) "Bash snippet - quotes inside quoted strings" by Dave Morriss. Comment 1: nobody on 2020-05-22: "Further simplifying" Comment 2: Dave Morriss on 2020-05-22: "To 'nobody' re ANSI-C quoting" hpr3072 (2020-05-12) "The joy of pip-tools and pyenv-virtualenv" by clacke. Comment 1: clacke on 2020-04-30: "Errata: Ubuntu Python virtualenv works just fine" Comment 2: tuturto on 2020-05-12: "Interesting and insightful" hpr3073 (2020-05-13) "Matchbox and Diecast Restoration" by Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212. Comment 1: tuturto on 2020-05-13: "sounds good" Comment 2: Tony Hughes on 2020-05-14: "Feedback from Tuturto" hpr3075 (2020-05-15) "Federated Blogging with WriteFreely" by Ahuka. Comment 1: clacke on 2020-05-01: "Federated link for talk on federated things" hpr3077 (2020-05-19) "Video conference Push to Talk" by DanNixon. Comment 1: Ken Fallon on 2020-05-19: "Brilliant Idea" Comment 2: jezra on 2020-05-19: "an amazing mix of custom hardware and software" hpr3078 (2020-05-20) "Coronavirus Update 2020-05-07" by Ahuka. Comment 1: Zen_floater2 on 2020-05-22: "my magical forrest Atheist comments." hpr3083 (2020-05-27) "Mumbling while on lockdown" by Dave Morriss. Comment 1: DanNixon on 2020-05-29: "Groove based tape format" Comment 2: MrX on 2020-05-31: "Re Groove based tape format" hpr3084 (2020-05-28) "AudioBookClub 18 - Star Trek: The Continuing Mission" by Thaj Sara. Comment 1: Ahuka on 2020-05-28: "Missing Fifty" 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: http://hackerpublicradio.org/pipermail/hpr_hackerpublicradio.org/2020-May/thread.html Events Calendar With the kind permission of LWN.net we are linking to The LWN.net Community Calendar. Quoting the site: This is the LWN.net community event calendar, where we track events of interest to people using and developing Linux and free software. Clicking on individual events will take you to the appropriate web page. Any other business Tags and Summaries Thanks to the following contributor for sending in updates in the past month: Dave Morriss Over the period tags and/or summaries have been added to 9 shows which were without them. If you would like to contribute to the tag/summary project visit the summary page at https://hackerpublicradio.org/report_missing_tags.php and follow the instructions there. View the full article
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  12. HOPE 2020 will take place online from July 25 through August 2, 2020. Hackers from all corners of the world will convene virtually for nine days of online presentations from a wide variety of sources. You can be one of them! We want as many elements of the hacker community as possible to be a part of this historic event. You too can give a talk or be part of a panel. While we all would prefer to be there in person, this provides an opportunity for anyone to share their ideas from wherever they happen to be. Simply email your talk proposal to speakers@hope.net. You should include a proposed title, an abstract, and a short bio for each speaker. Provide enough information so it is clear why HOPE attendees would find your topic interesting, new, and relevant. Make it clear why YOU are the right person or people to give this presentation. Most speaker/panel sessions will be allotted 40 minutes for the session, and then 10 minutes for live Q&A. If your talk is accepted, we will provide full assistance in getting it ready for your timeslot, whether you choose to pre-record or present your talk live. All types of presentations are encouraged, from solo talks to panels, debates, demonstrations, and interactive discussions. Presenters must consider the viability of their session for an entirely online presentation method. Your presentation can be made in ANY language or dialect. Please submit the abstract and biography in English, though, since that is the language that HOPE uses to communicate with presenters and attendees. If you intend to give your presentation in a language other than English, please mention this in your talk proposal. Submissions should highlight their relevance to hacking. They should be original, and not previously presented. We encourage presenters from all age groups and backgrounds. HOPE is an inclusive event, seeking civil discourse and education on all topics related to the hacker world. HOPE encourages all approaches and interpretations to hacking, presented by hackers, makers, developers, teachers, learners, and experimenters. If you have a passion for discovering how things work and sharing that knowledge, you have the hacker spirit. Some topics from past HOPE events, and new topics of interest, include: - Hacker approaches to fighting 2020's massive health and social challenges - Information, disinformation, and information literacy - Technologies, along with their benefits and risks - Social engineering - Education - Hacker culture and lifestyles - Effecting social change - Industry, government, commerce, and multinationals - Science, engineering, and math - Body modification, hacking, and enhancement - Phones, networks, and telecommunication - Hardware and software - Secrets and disclosures - Data, privacy, encryption, and policy - Outer space and beyond - How-to's / DIY (for beginners or any level) ...and much, much more All submissions will receive an automated response. (You won't get multiple responses if you email us more than once in a short period of time, but we will still get your email.) Notices of acceptance will be mailed out in the weeks ahead. Send all submissions to speakers@hope.net. All speakers will be given full access to the conference, which includes Q&A sessions with each presenter, a commemorative conference t-shirt that will only be given to conference attendees, and a special HOPE 2020 badge. If you want to help with coordinating this historic event, send an email to volunteers@hope.net. *** HOPE 2020 - July 25 to August 2, 2020 - Everywhere *** View the full article
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  14. NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE Posted 28 May, 2020 1:10:58 UTC The new edition of Off The Hook from 05/27/2020 has been archived and is now available online. An apology for last week's show, fundraising show, Greg Newby, Aestetix & Mitch Altman join via Skype to discuss the plans for the upcoming virtual HOPE conference, The Hacker Digest lifetime subscription, three-year subscription to 2600 Magazine, the hacker tote bag. "Off The Hook" - 05/27/2020 Download the torrent here View the full article
  15. In this episode, the HPR_AudioBookClub discusses Star Trek The Continuing Mission created by Sebastian Prooth and Andy Tyrer. Non-Spoiler Thoughts Thaj misses Star Trek, and this made me realize that (this has since changed) Voice acting is very good. It's hard to translate things like starship combat into an audio drama. Background sounds really sell the structure of these episodes as Star Trek. This proves that an abundance of canon is not a reason to reboot things. This finds a niche in an unexplored part of the timeline and works. The warp sound effect for jumping to warp is weird. We think LostnBronx should write a StarDrfiter Audiodrama for us to produce. Beverage Reviews As usual, the HPR AudioBook Club took some time to review the beverages that each of us were drinking during the episode Thaj: Water and something from Kroger that I think resembles chocolate ice cream. x1101: Throwback style Mt. Dew made with real, diabetes inducing, sugar pokey: Led Light Bulbs....wait what?!?! FiftyOneFifty: Johnny Walker Black Things We talked about Recasting the captain was a bad idea. Thaj hates Cthulhu episodes of scifi shows. Which Star Trek is the best (the correct answer is DS9) Star Trek as an allegory for the real world. Pokey doesn't like time travel in Star Trek. And...we're back on DS9 We geek about the different types of ships in Trek. Since we didn't talk about the audio drama that much, we did actually like it. Our Next Audiobook Tincture, An Apocalyptic Proposition The Next Audiobook Club Recording Right now we are working through a backlog of older episode that have already been recorded. Once that ends we fully anticipate recording new episodes with listener participation. Further Recommendations Stirling Engines Nathan Lowell Pokey wouldn't mind a few cyborg modifications Peter F. Hamilton Lock Picking [I Don't want to live on this planet anymore](a href="http://cs608829.vk.me/v608829353/ac55/QTzYhbf8oUc.jpg) Cory Doctrow's "Makers" 3D printed metal dice Ace of spaces credit card bottle opener Dice Ice Doormat Feedback Thank you very much for listening to this episode of the HPR AudioBookClub. We had a great time recording this show, and we hope you enjoyed it as well. We also hope you'll consider joining us next time we record a new episode. Please leave a few words in the episode's comment section. As always; remember to visit the HPR contribution page HPR could really use your help right now. Sincerely, The HPR Audiobook Club P.S. Some people really like finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, we always include a few. Our Audio This episode was processed using Audacity. We've been making small adjustments to our audio mix each month in order to get the best possible sound. Its been especially challenging getting all of our voices relatively level, because everyone has their own unique setup. Mumble is great for bringing us all together, and for recording, but it's not good at making everyone's voice the same volume. We're pretty happy with the way this month's show turned out, so we'd like to share our editing process and settings with you and our future selves (who, of course, will have forgotten all this by then). We use the "Truncate Silence" effect with it's default settings to minimize the silence between people speaking. When used with it's default (or at least reasonable) settings, Truncate Silence is extremely effective and satisfying. It makes everyone sound smarter, it makes the file shorter without destroying actual content, and it makes a conversations sound as easy and fluid during playback as it was while it was recorded. It can be even more effective if you can train yourself to remain silent instead of saying "uuuuummmm." Just remember to ONLY pass the file through Truncate Silence ONCE. If you pass it through a second time, or if you set it too aggressively your audio may sound sped up and choppy. Next we use the "Compressor" effect with the following settings: Threshold: -30db Noise Floor: -50db Ratio: 3:1 Attack Time: 0.2sec Decay Time: 1.0 sec "Make-up Gain for 0db after compressing" and "compress based on peaks" were both left un-checked. After compressing the audio we cut any pre-show and post-show chatter from the file and save them in a separate file for possible use as outtakes after the closing music. We adjust the Gain so that the VU meter in Audacity hovers around -12db while people are speaking, and we try to keep the peaks under -6db, and we adjust the Gain on each of the new tracks so that all volumes are similar, and more importantly comfortable. 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  18. Introduction Two HPR hosts based in Edinburgh got together over Mumble to have a chat during the COVID-19 lockdown. MrX Dave Morriss Apology Dave’s sound was a bit distorted in this recording. Having had recent problems using the Zoom recorder as a microphone, this time the in-built microphone was resorted to, with even worse results it turned out. See the Sound processing section below if you want to know more. Notes Some of the topics we discussed Locations for recording. Ambient noises. WiFi versus ethernet. Dave has a 5-port switch on his dining table (not 8-port). ADSL routers Linksys NSLU2 "SLUG" SheevaPlug CUPS - printing and scanning with old non-networked printers Legacy computing experiences: Diablo exchangeable disks Line printers. Fan-fold 132 column paper Punched card experiences. Card sequence numbers. Card sorters. Checking disks for warped platters Magnetic tapes; recovering from damage. 8-track tapes Museum of Communication, Fife Strowger switch electromechanical stepping switch telephone exchange system Links Linksys NSLU2 SheevaPlug CUPS - Common Unix Printing System Museum of Communication, Burntisland, Fife Sound processing The recording was made in multichannel mode in anticipation of problems. The distorted channel was processed by using the Clip Fix effect in Audacity, which didn’t seem to change much except reduce the sound level. It was also necessary to find and remove sounds produced by the push to talk key presses. Removal meant replacing these sounds by silence so the two channels would not get out of step. After this the two channels were merged together and silences truncated. Lessons learned: don’t use a built-in microphone if you can help it! View the full article
  19. NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE Posted 26 May, 2020 23:58:56 UTC The new edition of Off The Wall from 05/26/2020 has been archived and is now available online. "Off The Wall" - 05/26/2020 Download the torrent here View the full article
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  22. This conversation took almost an hour, so I split it into two shows: Part 1 talks mostly about the RFC itself, what it means and why. Part 2 goes into personal experiences with the RFC and with syndication in general, in particular in the context of web comics. This is part 1. The why When serving most RSS/Atom feed readers today, you have to choose: Do you make a complete feed with all the things you ever published, or do you make a shorter feed with just the latest entries? This is a trade-off with pros and cons, and it seems like a trade-off you have to make, but a solution to let your Atom feed have the cake and eat it too existed already 13 years ago, if only any of our feed readers would adhere to it: RFC 5005, Feed Paging and Archiving The what https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5005 was published in September 2007 The XML namespace for RFC 5005 elements is http://purl.org/syndication/history/1.0, aliased as fh below. Section 2 defines the complete feed: It is one document (Atom file) that contains the entire set the feed describes. The document is marked with an fh:complete element. Section 3 defines the paged feed: It is a series of documents connected with Atom link elements with rel set to the link relations first, last, previous or next. Section 4 defines the archived feed: It has a subscription document that may change at any time, and a series of archive documents that are expected to have stable contents and URIs. The link relations defined are current, prev-archive and next-archive. The semantics are clearer: prev-archive refers to previously published entries, and because the contents are stable you can stop when you see a URI to a document you already have. Archive documents are marked with the fh:archive element. The who In this show I’m talking to: fluffy Federated social web: https://queer.party/@fluffy Writes and makes things in several creative fields: https://beesbuzz.biz/ Publ is like a static site generator, but dynamic. It produces RFC 5005 archive feeds, of course: http://publ.beesbuzz.biz/ Thoughts on ephemeral content vs content worth archiving and how they relate to protocols: https://beesbuzz.biz/blog/5709-Keeping-it-personal Jamey Federated social web: https://toot.cat/@jamey Blog: http://minilop.net/ Made a prototype full-history reader that follows RFC 5005 links: http://reader.minilop.net/ Made a webcomic reader mostly mentioned in Part 2: https://www.comic-rocket.com/ Made a WordPress plugin implementing RFC 5005: https://github.com/jameysharp/wp-fullhistory Made an RFC 5005 archive feed synthesizer for sites with a predictable post frequency and URL structure: https://github.com/jameysharp/predictable/ Hosted at https://fh.minilop.net/ Was on HPR 9 years ago, talking about Xorg! http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0825 Conversation notes Google Reader was terminated 2013-07-01, all subscription data permanently gone on 2013-07-15: https://www.google.com/reader/about/ Mastodon had Atom feeds with paging, but the feeds went away when OStatus went away: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/pull/11247 HTML4 does indeed define the HTML link relations: https://www.w3.org/TR/html4/types.html#h-6.12 It has prev rather than the previous of RFC 5005, but mentions that some browsers support previous as an alias. HTML5 also defines the HTML link relations: https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/links.html Here previous is a lower-case must for historical reasons. IANA manages the Registry of Link Relations: https://www.iana.org/assignments/link-relations/link-relations.xhtml It references RFC 5005 for the Section 4 relations, but not the Section 3 ones. RFC 5005 singles out its own Section 3 (Paged Feeds) as the best-effort, loose, discouraged model. Section 3: Therefore, clients SHOULD NOT present paged feeds as coherent or complete, or make assumptions to that effect. Section 4: Unlike paged feeds, archived feeds enable clients to do this without losing entries. I’m confused about it in the show, but the RFC is clear that an archived feed has one dynamic subscription document, which points to a chain of immutable archive documents. Back in 2002, Aaron Swartz published his joke MIME-header-based RSS 3: http://www.aaronsw.com/weblog/000574 The cultural context at the time and the rivalry between RSS 0.91+, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0 and Atom deserves a show of its own. View the full article
  23. Thank you so much! I am interested to know more about this application, especially from a person who has some authority. By the way, how do you like his community?
  24. In episode 3057 I talked about formal verification of software and forgot to mention why one would want to do it. This episode hopefully answers to that. While formal verification is powerful tool, it’s also rather cumbersome and slow to use. In some cases you’re better off with traditional ways of testing. View the full article
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