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hpr3824 :: 2022-2023 New Years Show Episode 4

2022 - 2023 new years show where people come together and chat

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Hosted by HPR Volunteers on 2023-03-30 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
hpr,new years,community.
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Episode #4

Thanks To:
Mumble Server: Delwin
HPR Site/VPS: Joshua Knapp -
Streams: Honkeymagoo
EtherPad: HonkeyMagoo
Shownotes by: Sgoti and hplovecraft

hpr3823 :: Gitlab Pages for website hosting

Three examples of using Gitlab's CICD to generate a website.

Hosted by norrist on 2023-03-29 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
static website, gitlab pages, docker, mysql, cicd, .
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How it works

GitLab always deploys your website from a specific folder called public in your repository. To deploy your site, GitLab uses its built-in tool called GitLab CI/CD to build your site and publish it to the GitLab Pages server. The sequence of scripts that GitLab CI/CD runs to accomplish this task is created from a file named .gitlab-ci.yml, which you can create and modify. A specific job called pages in the configuration file makes GitLab aware that you're deploying a GitLab Pages website.

Overview of Steps

  • The end state has to be a directory named public that contains the site contents
  • Optionally, run a build process in a container to create the contents of the public directory
  • There has to be a pages declaration in .gitlab-ci.yml

Example 1

simple demo

  • Create the Git repo and site content
  • Go to gitlab and create new Gitlab repo
  • Clone it to your workstation
  • Add public folder with site files
  • add .gitlab-ci.yml
  • Commit and push
git clone
cd simple_pages_demo/
mkdir public
echo "Hello World" > public/index.html
git add public/
vim  .gitlab-ci.yml
git add .gitlab-ci.yml
git commit -am "new page"
git push


  stage: deploy
    - echo
      - public

Pages settings

  • Menu on left, Settings, Pages
  • Your pages are served under:

Example 2

  • Combine my HPR show notes into a single page
  • Custom Domain
    • Verified with TXT record


image: "debian"
    - apt-get update
    - apt-get install -y  pandoc

- build
  stage: build
    - bash
      - public
set -euo pipefail
mkdir -pv public
for MD in $(ls *md)
    # echo "---"
    # echo
    # echo "#" $MD
    echo "---"
    cat $MD
done    \
|pandoc \
-H markdown.header \
-B body.header \
--toc \
--toc-depth=1 \
-f gfm \
-t html \
-o public/index.html

Example 3

HPR static

  • Build the new HPR static site


  - mariadb

  stage: .pre
  image: mysql
  - echo "SELECT 'OK';" | mysql --user=root --password="$MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD" --host=mariadb "$MYSQL_DATABASE"

  image: debian
      - apt update
      - apt -y install libgetopt-complete-perl libmemory-usage-perl libconfig-std-perl libtemplate-perl libtemplate-plugin-dbi-perl libclass-dbi-perl libtie-dbi-perl libdbd-mysql-perl  libdate-calc-perl
      - apt -y install curl mariadb-client git
      - curl -o hpr.sql
      - mysql --user=root --host=mariadb "$MYSQL_DATABASE" --password="$MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD"  < hpr.sql

  stage: build
    - git clone
    - cd hpr_generator
    - git apply ../mysql_settings.patch
    - grep "database\|user\|driver\|password" site.cfg
    - ./site-generator --all
    - mv -v public_html ../public

      - public

site.cfg Patch

diff --git a/site.cfg b/site.cfg
index aefadb2..0243d27 100644
--- a/site.cfg
+++ b/site.cfg
@@ -8,10 +8,10 @@
 #user:        (not used - leave blank)
 #password:    (not used - leave blank)
 # Configuration settings for MySQL
-#database: mysql
-#driver: dbi:mysql:database=hpr_hpr:hostname=localhost
-#user: hpr-generator  (Suggested user with read-only privileges)
-#password: *********  (Password for user)
+database: mysql
+driver: dbi:mysql:database=hpr_hpr:hostname=mariadb
+user: root
+password: mysql

 # Configure the location of the templates and the generated HTML
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ output_path: ./public_html
 content: page.tpl.html
 #baseurl: OPTIONAL [i.e. file://<full path to local website directory>]
-baseurl: file:///home/roan/Development/hpr/website/hpr_generator/public_html/

 # Configure the navigation menu and the content templates for each page

Other Example Projects

Common Frustrations

  • Waiting on builds during debugging.
  • Having to push to CICD instead of running local

HPR Generator -

Gitlab Example Repo Gitlab pages URL

hpr3822 :: A tale of wonder, angst and woe

Dissecting a COVID watch issued by Hong Kong Department of Health

Hosted by Bookewyrmm on 2023-03-28 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
device discovery, curiosity.
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In December of 2022, I traveled to Hong Kong, at some point en-route or in-country, I contracted covid.

Backing up a step in preparation for the trip I was required to have a negative PCR before I could board the plane from the US as well as proof of vaccination and at least one booster shot.

HKSAR Department of Health - Health Declaration Form (

Upon arrival, I was required to quarantine for 3 days as well as take a home test (referred to as RAT: Rapid Antigen Test, by the locals) every day for the first 7 days

On the 2nd full day in HK, I was required to take another clinical PCR provided at a health center, free of charge.

On the third day I received my PCR and RAT tests as Covid Positive.

By law I was now required to quarantine in my hotel until I tested negative on 2 consecutive days. Since my symptoms were very mild, a sniffle and low grade temp, merely 2-3 deg above normal, I could stay in the hotel and was not required to transfer to a public health center.

I was also required to register the positive results with a government website. This registration kicked off a series of events, including a visit from a health representative. (he stood in the hall, I was not permitted to leave the room) I was Required to install an app on my phone called "Stay Home Safe'' and to wear a wristband that I presume was a GPS and possibly temp/pulse tracking device that connected to my phone by bluetooth. The agent installed the app, and synced the watch to it.

The complete shownotes are available downloaded from

hpr3821 :: The Oh No! News.

Oh No! News, is Good News.

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Hosted by Some Guy On The Internet on 2023-03-27 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Oh No, News, Threat analysis, InfoSec, User space.
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The Oh No! news.

Oh No! News, is Good News.

  • Threat analysis; your attack surface.
    • TAGS: Malware, Phishing, Security Breach
  • GoDaddy, a Web Hosting Provider Hit Multiple Times by the Same Group.
    • This month, GoDaddy, a leading web hosting provider, revealed that it had experienced a major security breach over several years, resulting in the theft of company source code, customer and employee login credentials, and the introduction of malware onto customer websites.
    • Major Security Breach: Spanning several years.
      • Data Breach: Employee login credentials & customer data.
      • 10-k form Filled with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
      • sec: GoDaddy Announces Security Incident Affecting Managed WordPress Service.
      • Malware: Compromising customer websites managed by GoDaddy.
      • Phishing Attacks: Exposed customer data including login credentials, email addresses, and SSL private keys.
  • Chick-Fil-A Customers are Victims of a Data Breach.
    • Fast-food chain Chick-fil-A has issued a warning to customers regarding a recent data security breach. The incident occurred between Dec. 18, 2022 and Feb. 12, 2023, during which unauthorized parties gained access to customer information, according to a statement posted on the California Attorney General’s website on Tuesday.
      • Data Breach: membership numbers, mobile pay numbers, QR codes, last 4 digits of credit/debit card numbers, credits on Chick-fil-A accounts, birthdays, phone numbers, and addresses.
  • New phishing campaign uses fake ChatGPT platform to scam eager investors.
    • Bitdefender Antispam Labs confirmed that these scams initiate with an email containing a link that directs users to a copycat version of ChatGPT. The goal of this copycat version is to convince users that they can earn as much as $10,000 per month on the duplicate ChatGPT platform.
    • Phishing: Email based scam.
  • LassPass Security Incident Update and Recommended Actions.
    • Major Security Breach: Spanning multiple years.
      • Data Breach: Employee login credentials, source code & other intellectual property, customer data.
      • Malware: Attackers exploited third-party software to compromise company systems by delivering a keylogger type malware.

  • InfoSec; the language of security.
    • TAGS: Information Security, Monitoring
  • Bitwarden flaw can let hackers steal passwords using iframes.
    • Bitwarden highlights that the autofill feature is a potential risk and even includes a prominent warning in its documentation, specifically mentioning the likelihood of compromised sites abusing the autofill feature to steal credentials.
    • Phishing: Sniff credentials from a webpage HTML inline frame.
    • wikipedia: An inline frame places another HTML document in a frame. Unlike an <object /> element, an <iframe> can be the "target" frame for links defined by other elements, and it can be selected by the user agent as the focus for printing, viewing its source, and so on. The content of the element is used as alternative text to be displayed if the browser does not support inline frames. A separate document is linked to a frame using the src attribute inside the <iframe />, an inline HTML code is embedded to a frame using the srcdoc attribute inside the <iframe /> element. First introduced by Microsoft Internet Explorer in 1997, standardized in HTML 4.0 Transitional, allowed in HTML5.

  • User space.
    • TAGS: Solutions, Services
  • Flathub’s Got Big Plans for 2023.
    • Developers are flocking to Flathub in droves, which means users are too, and even Linux distributions (well, bar one) are getting in on the action by making making it easier to install apps from Flathub with the friction of setting things up using terminal commands or odd sounding download files.
    • Flathub Beta site: Welcome to Flathub, the home of hundreds of apps which can be easily installed on any Linux distribution. Browse the apps online, from your app center or the command line.

hpr3820 :: Introduction to Gaming

How I first got started with Computer Strategy Games

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Hosted by Ahuka on 2023-03-24 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Computer games, strategy games, Civilization.
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This starts out the series on Computer Strategy Games, and we begin with the game that got me hooked, the first Civilization game created by Sid Meier and published by Microprose. Though it is pretty old now, it is still fond in my heart, and in the hearts of so many other gamers. If this comes across as a love letter, so be it. We will also in this series look at where you can obtain old games, and where you can find more information about the games I cover.

hpr3819 :: Remapping Mouse Buttons with XBindKeys on Linux

I explain how I assigned different functions to the spare buttons on my trackball mice.

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Hosted by Jon Kulp on 2023-03-23 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Linux configuration, tips and tricks, mouse configuration, keymapping.
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Remapping Mouse Buttons with XBindKeys on Linux

After a really long time of not bothering to figure out how to do this, I finally did some research and found out how to remap the extra buttons on my Kensington Expert mouse and my Logitech marble trackball mouse in a Linux environment. The tools it needed were xvkbd, xdotool, and xbindkeys. I already had the first two installed, but had never used xbindkeys before. I also used xev to identify the button numbers and key numbers.

The Kensington Expert Mouse is one that I've had for about 15 years, and it was fairly expensive when I bought it, something like $75 or $80. It has four large buttons with a large trackball in the middle and a scroll wheel going around the track ball. I bought it at a time when I was doing a lot of graphic work that required clicking and dragging and double-clicking and stuff like that. If you're using it in a Mac or Windows environment, there is a special configuration tool that you can use to set it up just how you want. I had always configured it so that the upper left and upper right buttons were used for double-clicking and click dragging. This helped reduce a lot of strain on my hands. I have never gotten this to work on Linux, though, until today.

If you want to do this yourself, the first thing to do is make sure you have these packages installed: xvkbd, xdotool, and xbindkeys.

Then create a configuration file in your home directory:
In order to map the upper left button to "double click," and the upper right button to "click and drag," I added these lines to the configuration file:
# Double-click assigned to button 2 (upper left)

"xdotool sleep 0.2 click 1 ; xdotool click 1"

# Click and Drag assigned to button 8 (upper right)

"xdotool sleep 0.2 mousedown 1"
To test the settings, simply kill the xbindkeys process and restart it by typing xbindkeys:
user@hostname:~$ pkill -f xbindkeys
user@hostname:~$ xbindkeys

On my desktop computer I have a Logitech marble trackball mouse, and it has two small keys that are assigned to back and forward by default. This can be handy for navigating file managers and web pages, but I wanted them to be assigned to "page up" and "page down" (to make up for the lack of a scroll wheel on the mouse). Here is the configuration file for that machine:

"xvkbd  -text "\[Page_Down]""

"xvkbd  -text "\[Page_Up]""

I suppose I could have used xdotool for this configuration file as well, but for reasons I can't remember now, I tried xvkbd first and it worked, so I did not experiment further. I used xdotool for the Kensington because xvkbd did not have a way to perform virtual mouse clicks.


hpr3818 :: nop test redux

A better nop test

Hosted by Brian in Ohio on 2023-03-22 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
z80, forth, retrocomputer.
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nop redux

This is the updated code

marker -logicprobe

variable Compare
variable Count

$23 constant PINB
$24 constant DDRB
$25 constant PORTB

$100 constant PINH
$101 constant DDRH
$102 constant PORTH

$a0 constant TCCR4A
$a1 constant TCCR4B
$a8 constant OCR4A

$b0 constant TCCR2A
$b1 constant TCCR2B
$b3 constant OCR2A

$2c constant PINE
$2d constant DDRE
$2e constant PORTE

$6a constant EICRB
$3d constant EIMSK

: ext4.irq ( -- ) Count @ 1+ Count ! ;i

: logicprobe.init ( -- )
  \ tone generatoed through timer2
  %0001.0000 DDRB mset \ d10, pb4
  %0100.0010 TCCR2A c!    \ use OC2A, ctc mode
  $ff OCR2A c! \ compare falue

  %0 DDRE c! \ e input
  %0000.0010 EICRB mset \ falling edge
  ['] ext4.irq #6 int! \ attach interrupt

\ helper words
: open.gate ( -- )   0 Count ! %0001.0000 EIMSK mset ;
: close.gate ( -- )   %0001.0000 EIMSK mclr ;

\ tone stuff
: high.tone ( -- ) %0000.0100 TCCR2B c! 750 ms 0 TCCR2B c! ;
: low.tone ( -- ) %0000.0110 TCCR2B c! 750 ms 0 TCCR2B c! ;
: alt.tone ( -- )
  3 for
    %0000.0100 TCCR2B c! 150 ms 0 TCCR2B c!
    150 ms
    %0000.0110 TCCR2B c! 150 ms 0 TCCR2B c!
    150 ms

: ( -- )
  Count @ 1-
  Count !
  Count @ 0 > if
    \ cr ." freq=" 10 * .
    cr ." pulse"
    alt.tone      \ sound output
    %0001.0000 PINE mtst if
      cr ." high"
      high.tone   \ sound output
      cr ." low"
      low.tone    \ sound output
    then then

: wait 100 ms ;

: sample ( -- ) open.gate wait close.gate ;

\ words called at the forth command line to do the test
  1. demo tones
  1. the test
sample \ a stop clocked
  1. a0 line
  1. stop.clock and sample a0
  1. reset the z80 and single step probing the m1 signal
step sample
step sample
step sample
step sample

if its jammed hit it, if it breaks it needed replacing anyway

hpr3817 :: The Oh No! News.

Oh No! News, is Good News.

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Hosted by Some Guy On The Internet on 2023-03-21 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
"Oh No, News", Data Breaches, Crypto Schemes, Packaging Defaults.
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The Oh No! news.

Oh No! News is Good News.

  • firewalltimes: Recent Data Breaches – 2023.
    • sec: On January 5, 2023, - T-Mobile Discloses Data Breach Affecting 37 Million Customers.
    • On January 5, 2023, T-Mobile US, Inc. identified that a bad actor was obtaining data through a single Application Programming Interface (“API”) without authorization.
  • bleepingcomputer: TruthFinder, Instant Checkmate confirm data breach affecting 20M customers.
    • instantcheckmate: 2019 Account List Data Security Incident.
    • truthfinder: 2019 Account List Data Security Incident.
    • "We learned recently that a list, including name, email, telephone number in some instances, as well as securely encrypted passwords and expired and inactive password reset tokens, of Instant Checkmate subscribers was being discussed and made available in an online forum. We have confirmed that the list was created several years ago and appears to include all customer accounts created between 2011 and 2019. The published list originated inside our company."
  • sec: SEC Charges NBA Hall of Famer Paul Pierce for Unlawfully Touting and Making Misleading Statements about Crypto Security.
    • The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced charges against former NBA player Paul Pierce for touting EMAX tokens, crypto asset securities offered and sold by EthereumMax, on social media without disclosing the payment he received for the promotion and for making false and misleading promotional statements about the same crypto asset. Pierce agreed to settle the charges and pay $1.409 million in penalties, disgorgement, and interest.
  • sec: SEC Charges Terraform and CEO Do Kwon with Defrauding Investors in Crypto Schemes.
    • The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Singapore-based Terraform Labs PTE Ltd and Do Hyeong Kwon with orchestrating a multi-billion dollar crypto asset securities fraud involving an algorithmic stablecoin and other crypto asset securities.
  • discourse.ubuntu: Ubuntu Flavor Packaging Defaults.
    • To maintain this focus while also providing user choice, Ubuntu and its flavors consider debs and snaps the default experience. Users have the freedom of choice to get their software from other sources, including Flatpak. A way to install these alternatives is, and will continue to be, available for installation from the Ubuntu archive with a simple command.

hpr3816 :: Post Apocalyptic 4s5 Battery Pack

Tough Battery Design Worthy of the Post Apocalyptic Robotics Database

Hosted by Mechatroniac on 2023-03-20 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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H Hybrid: Denotes some prepurchased or hard to find components
R Robotics: suitable for robots

buy: 4s 40A BMS (can't specifically vouch for this vendor, just chose the first that came up)
make sure to choose 4s and balance

  1. find or buy materials: duct or gorilla tape, trashed computer dvd or cd drive, 20 18650 cells, molex connectors(you can also use barrel jacks or whatever you want to transfer power), wire and maybe 'tab wire'

  2. solder everything together as per schematic and pictures (there is theoretically a danger in soldering cells, but I have never had a problem. Have a pair of pliers and a nearby window handy to throw them out of if anything goes wrong)

  3. wrap in cardboard and tape as per pictures

  4. add the cd/dvd drive lids(if you taped well you won't short anything and burn your house down

  5. tape dvd lids to battery

Getting into the battery for maintenance just requires a utility knife.

Watt Hour does a great job describing the 3s BMS, which is very similar to the 4s used in my case:

Battery Schematic
Battery Schematic
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Cut through tape to reveal battery
Cut through tape to reveal battery
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Flat metal holds cells together
Flat metal holds cells together
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Detail of 4.2v
Detail of 4.2v
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Only have to desolder one side
Only have to desolder one side
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New cells in
New cells in
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Make sure there is thick tape covering battery
Make sure there is thick tape covering battery
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DVD drive case for stability
DVD drive case for stability
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Tape the DVE case to battery
Tape the DVE case to battery
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Charge board with Molex connector
Charge board with Molex connector
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Outdoors 1
Outdoors 1
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Outdoors 2
Outdoors 2
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hpr3815 :: The UNIVAC Uniscope - The first terminal with a video monitor

Hear about the Uniscope 300 mainframe terminal from 1964.

Hosted by Deltaray on 2023-03-17 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
computer history,terminals.
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In the early days of computing, the computing power was kept in centralized large mainframes and users would connect to them via so called "dumb" terminals. These often provided their output through a printer and continuous feed of paper. However in 1964 UNIVAC introduced the Uniscope 300, which was one of the first terminals to provide a video monitor for display. With the introduction of this system came the introduction of several concepts that we take for granted today and they are described during the reading of this brochure.

The brochure was made available through the Computer History Museum at

As I mention in the episode, $15,000 USD in 1964 is worth considerably more today, according to an online inflation calculator it is now worth approximately $144,000 today. So even if that was for 48 terminals as it seems to mention in the hand written note, that might equate to about $3000 per terminal in 2023 dollars.

Here are some related links below:

Previous five weeks

hpr3814 :: 2022-2023 New Years Show Episode 3 hosted by HPR Volunteers

2023-03-16. 02:01:05. Clean. HPR New Year Show.
2022 - 2023 new years show where people come together and chat

hpr3813 :: The postmarketOS Podcast hosted by Ken Fallon

2023-03-15. 00:31:33. Clean. Podcast recommendations.
Ken welcomes a new podcast to the Free Culture Podcast family

hpr3812 :: PeePaw's computer does nothing hosted by Brian in Ohio

2023-03-14. 00:25:27. Clean. general.
a z80 nop test

hpr3811 :: mkfifo and named pipes hosted by Klaatu

2023-03-13. 00:11:18. Clean. Bash Scripting.
Have you ever named a pipe? If not, this is the episode you've been waiting for.

hpr3810 :: Clifton, Arizona hosted by Ahuka

2023-03-10. 00:16:03. Clean. Travel.
We move to another Arizona town, Clifton.

hpr3809 :: The Abominable Post Apocalyptic Podcast Player hosted by Mechatroniac

2023-03-09. 00:19:54. Clean. Arduino and related devices.
Build a Three Dollar MP3 player in One Hour

hpr3808 :: Funkwhale A social platform to enjoy and share music hosted by Ken Fallon

2023-03-08. 01:00:50. Clean. general.
Ken interviews Ciarán Ainsworth about Funkwhale that lets you listen and share music and audio

hpr3807 :: PeePaw builds a computer hosted by Brian in Ohio

2023-03-07. 00:34:00. Clean. general.
Brian starts the process of building an 8 bit retro computer

hpr3806 :: HPR Community News for February 2023 hosted by HPR Volunteers

2023-03-06. 01:16:32. Clean. HPR Community News.
HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in February 2023

hpr3805 :: Document File Formats on Wikipedia hosted by Archer72

2023-03-03. 00:12:16. Clean. general.
Document File Format - a continuation of Content Format

hpr3804 :: 2022-2023 New Years Show Episode 2 hosted by HPR Volunteers

2023-03-02. 01:27:04. Clean. HPR New Year Show.
2022 - 2023 new years show where people come together and chat

hpr3803 :: Chatbot hallucination hosted by dnt

2023-03-01. 00:06:47. Clean. general.
The inevitable show featuring a segment written by the chatbot ChatGPT.

hpr3802 :: Attack of the Squishmallow hosted by Rho`n

2023-02-28. 01:36:49. Clean. general.
Rho`n records replacing the screen to a MacBook Pro

hpr3801 :: Enter the gopher hosted by screwtape

2023-02-27. 00:13:42. Clean. general.
Participating in the gopher internet protocol

hpr3800 :: NIST Quantum Cryptography Update 20221008 hosted by Ahuka

2023-02-24. 00:15:28. Clean. Privacy and Security.
An update on the preparations for quantum computing

hpr3799 :: My home router history hosted by norrist

2023-02-23. 00:32:01. Clean. general.
Recent router maintenance makes me remember all the fun I've had with my home network router

hpr3798 :: Laptop Second SSD MXLinux Install hosted by Mechatroniac

2023-02-22. 00:12:29. Clean. Hardware upgrades.
Overcoming UEFI and Windows 10 to Install MXLinux 21.3 on a 2021 Asus Laptop 2nd SSD drive

hpr3797 :: How to submit changes to HPR hosted by Ken Fallon

2023-02-21. 00:31:35. Clean. general.
rho_n shows Ken how to submit changes to the new HPR static site.

hpr3796 :: Dependent Types hosted by David Thrane Christiansen

2023-02-20. 00:08:28. Clean. general.
A quick taste of programming with dependent types

hpr3795 :: 2022-2023 New Years Show Episode 1 hosted by HPR Volunteers

2023-02-17. 01:23:42. Clean. HPR New Year Show.
2022 - 2023 new years show where people come together and chat the year away

hpr3794 :: Retro Karaoke machine restored hosted by Archer72

2023-02-16. 00:08:11. Clean. general.
I fix the cassette tape mechanism to a resale shop karaoke machine

hpr3793 :: RE: Zen_Floater2 hosted by Some Guy On The Internet

2023-02-15. 00:18:47. Clean. general.
GOD probably will use a Chromebook.

hpr3792 :: Learning to read music, part one hosted by enistello

2023-02-14. 00:23:24. Clean. general.
In which we learn to read music by going for a walk

hpr3791 :: My Hardware Problem - Keyboards hosted by StarshipTux

2023-02-13. 00:23:38. Clean. Hardware upgrades.
I'm always looking for new computer hardware. This is about my keyboards

hpr3790 :: Tucson, Part 2 hosted by Ahuka

2023-02-10. 00:12:58. Clean. Travel.
We continue our month-long stay in Benson, a town just southeast of Tucson.

hpr3789 :: Common lisp portable games including acl2 formal logic hosted by screwtape

2023-02-09. 00:53:40. Clean. general.
Describing exploratory libre common lisp portable games I am using acl2 formal methods in modules of

hpr3788 :: Nitecore Tube torch hosted by Dave Morriss

2023-02-08. 00:06:37. Clean. general.
I have owned one of these for many years and find it very useful

hpr3787 :: It shouldn't crackle like that hosted by Rho`n

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hpr3786 :: HPR Community News for January 2023 hosted by HPR Volunteers

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HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in January 2023

hpr3785 :: Hacking Boba Bubble Tapioca Pearls Fail hosted by operat0r

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