There were no new hosts this month.
|2565||Fri||2018-06-01||HPR 2017 New Years Eve show part 7||Various Creative Commons Works|
|2566||Mon||2018-06-04||HPR Community News for May 2018||HPR Volunteers|
|2567||Tue||2018-06-05||Son of Hunky Punk||Claudio Miranda|
|2569||Thu||2018-06-07||Pandemic: Reign of Cthulu board game review||klaatu|
|2570||Fri||2018-06-08||Penguicon 2018 Report||Ahuka|
|2571||Mon||2018-06-11||Kill Dr. Lucky||klaatu|
|2572||Tue||2018-06-12||What's in my tool kit||bookewyrmm|
|2573||Wed||2018-06-13||Foundations of git rebase||klaatu|
|2574||Thu||2018-06-14||Personal cash-only finance||klaatu|
|2575||Fri||2018-06-15||Quick Tips June 2018||operat0r|
|2576||Mon||2018-06-18||My swedish and german podcasts part 1||folky|
|2578||Wed||2018-06-20||LinuxLUGcast 102 the lost episode||Honkeymagoo|
|2579||Thu||2018-06-21||Ubuntu 18.04 Mate||Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212|
|2581||Mon||2018-06-25||My new 3D printer - impressions of the Creality Ender 3||Dave Morriss|
|2582||Tue||2018-06-26||3 Contribution case studies||klaatu|
|2584||Thu||2018-06-28||Plot Twists In Storytelling||lostnbronx|
|2585||Fri||2018-06-29||Check to see if a Remote Control is working||Ken Fallon|
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Earlier in 2018 a change was made to the database to add an additional version of the host name. This is intended to be spoken by
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'thelovebug', for example, which
espeak renders as
"Thel Ove Bug" can be stored as
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The use of this field has now been incorporated into the workflow.
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