Dave has not left and HPR has not sold out
Welcome to our new hosts:
Floyd C Poynter, aldenp, minnix.
|2760||Fri||2019-03-01||What is VNF||JWP|
|2761||Mon||2019-03-04||HPR Community News for February 2019||HPR Volunteers|
|2762||Tue||2019-03-05||What You Really Are||lostnbronx|
|2763||Wed||2019-03-06||Deepgeek explains SPF records||klaatu|
|2764||Thu||2019-03-07||Personal password algorithms||klaatu|
|2765||Fri||2019-03-08||My YouTube Subscriptions #3||Ahuka|
|2766||Mon||2019-03-11||Disk enumeration on Linux||klaatu|
|2767||Tue||2019-03-12||Djvu and other paperless document formats||klaatu|
|2768||Wed||2019-03-13||Writing Web Game in Haskell - Planetary statuses||tuturto|
|2769||Thu||2019-03-14||Quick Review of the AstroAI WH5000A Multimeter||NYbill|
|2770||Fri||2019-03-15||Navigating the maze of RPG books||klaatu|
|2771||Mon||2019-03-18||Embedding hidden text in Djvu files||klaatu|
|2772||Tue||2019-03-19||My applications and software part 3||Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212|
|2773||Wed||2019-03-20||Lead/Acid Battery Maintenance and Calcium Charge Voltage||Floyd C Poynter|
|2774||Thu||2019-03-21||CJDNS and Yggdrasil||aldenp|
|2775||Fri||2019-03-22||My YouTube Subscriptions #4||Ahuka|
|2776||Mon||2019-03-25||Sub-Plots In Storytelling||lostnbronx|
|2777||Tue||2019-03-26||The quest for the perfect laptop.||knightwise|
|2778||Wed||2019-03-27||Functor and applicative in Haskell||tuturto|
|2779||Thu||2019-03-28||HTTP, IPFS, and torrents||aldenp|
|2780||Fri||2019-03-29||My SBC Nextcloud Install Pt. 1 - Hardware||minnix|
These are comments which have been made during the past month, either to shows
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Did we mention the The Mint Cast ?
There was a misunderstanding about Yannick’s show 2740 when it was discussed on the February Community News. The show was about
Pop_OS!, a subject Yannick had also spoken about previously on an edition of the TuxJam podcast.
The misunderstanding was that we thought this might have gone against guidelines on syndication, where in fact it did not. It was merely a case of the same subject being spoken about by the same person on two different podcasts.
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