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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.

New hosts

Welcome to our new hosts:
Stache_AF, Hipernike.

Last Month's Shows

Id Day Date Title Host
3651 Mon 2022-08-01 HPR Community News for July 2022 HPR Volunteers
3652 Tue 2022-08-02 Registered memory JWP
3653 Wed 2022-08-03 Hello HPR Community Stache_AF
3654 Thu 2022-08-04 Use the data in the Ogg feed to create a website. norrist
3655 Fri 2022-08-05 BSD for Linux users binrc
3656 Mon 2022-08-08 Importance of Small toy projects norrist
3657 Tue 2022-08-09 Small time sysadmin Some Guy On The Internet
3658 Wed 2022-08-10 Linux Inlaws S01E62: HPR's inner workings monochromec
3659 Thu 2022-08-11 Developing an HPR static site generator Rho`n
3660 Fri 2022-08-12 BASIC Ahuka
3661 Mon 2022-08-15 Ham Radio testing Archer72
3662 Tue 2022-08-16 Hacker Public Radio 2021 - 2022 New Years Show Part 1 Honkeymagoo
3663 Wed 2022-08-17 How I got into Tech Stache_AF
3664 Thu 2022-08-18 Secret hat conversations Some Guy On The Internet
3665 Fri 2022-08-19 UNIX Is Sublime binrc
3666 Mon 2022-08-22 One Weird Trick Lurking Prion
3667 Tue 2022-08-23 Hacker Public Radio 2021 - 2022 New Years Show Part 2 Honkeymagoo
3668 Wed 2022-08-24 Linux Inlaws S01E63: John Hawley on kernel dot org and other shenanigans monochromec
3669 Thu 2022-08-25 My First Podcast: My Journey into the Computer World Hipernike
3670 Fri 2022-08-26 Changing Plans Ahuka
3671 Mon 2022-08-29 Response to Episode 3655, "BSD for Linux Users" Claudio Miranda
3672 Tue 2022-08-30 Hacker Public Radio 2021 - 2022 New Years Show Part 3 Honkeymagoo
3673 Wed 2022-08-31 Recording for Hacker Public Radio dnt

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 28 comments in total.

Past shows

There are 4 comments on 4 previous shows:

  • hpr3606 (2022-05-30) "Infinity is just a big number and other proofs" by Ken Fallon.
    • Comment 2: Ken Fallon on 2022-08-12: "You see"

  • hpr3629 (2022-06-30) "Linux Inlaws S01E59: The Show with Red Pandas Mosaic Killers and Metal Corrosion" by monochromec.
    • Comment 1: Aaron on 2022-08-12: "Excellent interview"

  • hpr3643 (2022-07-20) "My computing history and the software I use" by binrc.
    • Comment 5: Shawn on 2022-08-08: "Key bindings"

  • hpr3648 (2022-07-27) "A response to tomorrows show" by Ken Fallon.
    • Comment 3: folky on 2022-08-10: "Known Unknowns 2.0"

This month's shows

There are 24 comments on 13 of this month's shows:

  • hpr3651 (2022-08-01) "HPR Community News for July 2022" by HPR Volunteers.
    • Comment 1: Mike Ray on 2022-08-01: "API"
    • Comment 2: Kevin O'Brien on 2022-08-11: "High Winds"

  • hpr3655 (2022-08-05) "BSD for Linux users" by binrc.
    • Comment 1: ClaudioM on 2022-08-05: "Excellent Breakdown of BSD!"
    • Comment 2: norrist on 2022-08-05: "why I use OpenBSD and FreeBSD"
    • Comment 3: Phoenix on 2022-08-07: "Suggestion"
    • Comment 4: Kevin O'Brien on 2022-08-11: "I loved the show"

  • hpr3656 (2022-08-08) "Importance of Small toy projects" by norrist.
    • Comment 1: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-08-20: "Love this show."

  • hpr3657 (2022-08-09) "Small time sysadmin" by Some Guy On The Internet.
    • Comment 1: Lurking Prion on 2022-08-13: "Thank you!"
    • Comment 2: Kevin O'Brien on 2022-08-13: "Thank you"

  • hpr3658 (2022-08-10) "Linux Inlaws S01E62: HPR's inner workings" by monochromec.
    • Comment 1: Twinn on 2022-08-10: "Painful"
    • Comment 2: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-08-20: "I have more listeners than stars in the Universe."

  • hpr3659 (2022-08-11) "Developing an HPR static site generator" by Rho`n.
    • Comment 1: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-08-20: "More Magic."

  • hpr3660 (2022-08-12) "BASIC" by Ahuka.
    • Comment 1: Beeza on 2022-08-18: "BASIC lives on"
    • Comment 2: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-08-20: "Visual Basic 6.0 for the Win."

  • hpr3661 (2022-08-15) "Ham Radio testing" by Archer72.
    • Comment 1: Archer72 on 2022-07-24: "Left out a show note"

  • hpr3663 (2022-08-17) "How I got into Tech" by Stache_AF.

  • hpr3664 (2022-08-18) "Secret hat conversations" by Some Guy On The Internet.
    • Comment 1: one_of_spoons on 2022-08-25: "serious talking"

  • hpr3665 (2022-08-19) "UNIX Is Sublime" by binrc.
    • Comment 1: Ken Fallon on 2022-08-12: "File extensions are valid"
    • Comment 2: hipernike on 2022-08-19: "Bind mount"
    • Comment 3: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-08-20: "I like file extensions"
    • Comment 4: one-of-spoons on 2022-08-20: "Free revision."

  • hpr3666 (2022-08-22) "One Weird Trick" by Lurking Prion.
    • Comment 1: Ken Fallon on 2022-08-11: "enthusiasm and willingness to learn"
    • Comment 2: Lurking Prion on 2022-08-27: "Rare Gems, indeed!"

  • hpr3671 (2022-08-29) "Response to Episode 3655, "BSD for Linux Users"" by Claudio Miranda.

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/2022-August/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

Git repository for HPR development

For security reasons the Gitea service running on https://repo.anhonesthost.net requires people to log in with an account to view the repositories.

Is this acceptable or do we need to move the code to another location?

Older HPR shows on archive.org, phase 2

Now that all shows from number 1 to the latest have been uploaded to the Internet Archive there are other tasks to perform. We are reprocessing and re-uploading shows in the range 871 to 2429 as explained in the Community News show notes released in May 2022. We are keeping a running total here to show progress:

Month Month count Running total Remainder
2022-04 130 130 1428
2022-05 140 270 1288
2022-06 150 420 1138
2022-07 155 575 983
2022-08 155 730 828

Updated: 2022-09-03 18:34:16


Comments

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Comment #1 posted on 2022-09-04 10:53:51 by Archer72

Good show - I made it to the end

Thanks for another great community show. I did make it to the end, although I admit to downloading and listening to the show at 2x after the mailing list discussion was started. BTW, Ken, I do not skip your shows. ;-)
Comment #2 posted on 2022-09-05 13:43:21 by ClaudioM

Another One Made It to the End!

Add me to the list with archer72 making it to the end. Great show. Not as fast as archer72, but I do listen at 1.5x speed. I always look forward to Ken over-enthusiastically shouting, "Raaaadiooooo!!!!" at the end of the Community Show. It's worth listening to all of it. :-D
Comment #3 posted on 2022-09-05 15:19:55 by Mike Ray

A11y and abbreviations

Congratulations on spending longer talking about accessibility than every other Linux podcast put together, ever. I've given up trying to get podcasts like 'Destination Linux' to include a11y comments when they review a distro. All I ever want to know is whether I can install it unassisted. After, none of you photon-dependent types would give house room to a distro if you had to run round looking for a blind person to install it for you. And now a word about abbreviations. The abbreviation 'a11y' is similar to 'i18n' (internationalization). Replace the centre letters with the number of letters removed, and leave just the first and last letter. And 'a11y' is pronounced 'a eleven y', not 'ally'. Exception to this is 'k8s', a common abbreviation for Kubernetes, which a lot of folks pronounce as 'kates'. I will see if there is a way of recording a show and including the audio from my screen reader, in order to demo some of what we have to cope with. If the sound of the screen reader would not drive the whole audience into madness.
Comment #4 posted on 2022-09-06 04:30:29 by operat0r

I made it !

I made it to the end! much better then trying to figure out API for Reolink so I don't have to install there "app"
Comment #5 posted on 2022-09-06 10:50:39 by folky

Did make it too

Hi! I did make it too to the end of the show. No problem, only about 2 hours, that's nothing ;-) I think I have to state once more my stance in the Linux Inlaws-question. Yes, I don't like the show, but that's not why I agree with all thinking that they should take the step over to archive.org. It's just that they overstayed their upstart-time on HPR. I wish them all good and maybe we should give them a last help by adding a link to their own rss-feed (as soon as it's up) on all shows they had here to make it easier for their listeners to find them.
Comment #6 posted on 2022-09-06 11:47:56 by brian-in-ohio

the show

Great show as always. The table of shows in the show notes is useful. Thanks
Comment #7 posted on 2022-09-06 12:32:57 by norrist

Public access to HPR site Generator

Required Auth for code contributions in understandable. It would be easier to automate site builds if there were an unauthenticated option for checking out the code. I like Rhon's suggestion of a public git mirror. Another option is to create a daily archive of the code that can be download from the HPR site - Similar to the sql dumps.
Comment #8 posted on 2022-09-06 19:13:29 by Miguel

I made it!!

Yes! I made it to the end. It's quite a good episode Sorry for the inlaws. But it made for a very interesting conversation. I've been thinking about subjects for a show, but I feel stuck with the fact that a i live with limited resources. May you bee interested in tech stories from the third world?
Comment #9 posted on 2022-09-07 14:05:45 by Stache_AF

Made It

Made it to the end. You underestimate my ability to listen to people for long periods of time

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