Welcome to our new hosts: AukonDK, Tracy Holz (Holzster), and Joe Wakumara
|806||HPR Admins||HPR news for Aug 2011|
|808||Broam||Interview with Yancy Smith|
|809||deepgeek||talk geek to me|
|810||Joe Wakumara||Hello HPR!|
|811||Thistleweb||creative commons torrent tracker|
|812||MrGadgets||Are they a patent trool|
|813||Ken Fallon||Gemma Cameron aka @ruby_gem about Barcamp Blackpool|
|814||Knightwise||The Knightcast KC0054 : Setting up Amahi|
|815||Ken Fallon||Software Freedom Day Dundee 2011|
|816||Tracy Holz (Holzster)||Modern Survivalism part 1|
|817||AukonDK||Installing Linux and Windows 7 to a USB Hard Drive|
|818||pokey||Sansa Clip Plus for podcasting|
|819||Robin Catling||Editing Part Five Post and Packing|
|820||klaatu||Setting up a web server and a mySQL server|
|821||MrGadgets||Why Android tablets suck !|
|822||Ken Fallon||Vivean Parkhouse about the GiffGaff Community Phone project|
|823||klaatu||Klaatu talks to Trevor, a programmer for Phonon's Gstreamer backend|
|824||Robin Catling||Opentech Conference 2011: Paula Graham, FOSSBox|
|825||marcoz||Jamey Sharp Interview at X.Org Developer Conference (XDC) 2011|
Hi Earthlings, Along with the scheduling rules https://hackerpublicradio.org/calendar.php there is the line "while avoiding having any one host/series repeated in a week". The idea was to allow for someone uploading an entire series in one go and us having to schedule it. That has worked well so that the queue is full and that host still gets their series played fairly often, but ... After an event like OggCamp/ILF/OLF/SELF etc we tend to get a load of shows at once that are outside the traditional series concept. Some of these have the "feel of the fest" and may go stale after a time. Should we schedule those according to the same rules meaning there would be no more than one a week, or should we open the floodgates and have a few weeks dedicated to post festival interviews ? Discuss.
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