There were no new hosts this month.
|3086||Mon||2020-06-01||HPR Community News for May 2020||HPR Volunteers|
|3088||Wed||2020-06-03||Matchbox Restoration Part 2||Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212|
|3089||Thu||2020-06-04||For my Entertainment||Archer72|
|3090||Fri||2020-06-05||Locating Computer on a Enterprise Network||operat0r|
|3092||Tue||2020-06-09||Pens, pencils, paper and ink - 2||Dave Morriss|
|3093||Wed||2020-06-10||Response to Linux Inlaws S01E06 (hpr 3079) on NeXT||Claudio Miranda|
|3094||Thu||2020-06-11||Holy crud! I have a kinesis advantage 2 keyboard!||sigflup|
|3095||Fri||2020-06-12||Intro to GIMP||Ahuka|
|3096||Mon||2020-06-15||Unscripted ramblings on a walk: PC Building.||Christopher M. Hobbs|
|3097||Tue||2020-06-16||Linux Inlaws S01E07 The Big Blue Button||monochromec|
|3098||Wed||2020-06-17||Matchbox Restoration Part 3||Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212|
|3099||Thu||2020-06-18||Linux Inlaws S01E08 The review of the review||monochromec|
|3100||Fri||2020-06-19||For your consideration - Makers Corner||Ken Fallon|
|3102||Tue||2020-06-23||RFC 5005 Part 2 – Webcomics, subscribers and feed readers||clacke|
|3103||Wed||2020-06-24||A warning about browser extensions and add-ons.||Ken Fallon|
|3104||Thu||2020-06-25||HPR AudioBook Club 19 - Tincture: An Apocalyptic Proposition||HPR_AudioBookClub|
|3105||Fri||2020-06-26||Akaso EK7000 Pro||Ahuka|
|3106||Mon||2020-06-29||Linux Inlaws S01E09 Postgres||monochromec|
|3107||Tue||2020-06-30||Generating comfortable passwords||crvs|
These are comments which have been made during the past month, either to shows released during the month or to past shows. There are 23 comments in total.
There are 6 comments on 5 previous shows:
There are 17 comments on 11 of this month's shows:
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Most of the shows we process require us to make some level of modifications to get them posted. This ranges from fixing tags to a complete rewrite of the shownotes, or verifying whether intros were actually added or not.
Each modification that we make means that it requires more human intervention and prevents us from being able to completely automate the upload process. In addition there is a non trivial amount of time needed to "fix" these issues. This can range from a few minutes to an hour or more per show, and with 260 shows a year this mounts up.
We normally don't contact hosts about these issues as it is usually quicker to fix the issues than composing emails, and waiting for the reply that may never come. For the most part our experience has been that hosts are more than willing to fix these issues if they are aware of them.
As part of the ongoing steps toward automation, would hosts be open to the idea of getting a processing report once we have posted the show? This would list all the issues the test tools found and the steps that we needed to take to rectify them.
Sometimes an error or omission in notes for an HPR episode isn't noticed until the show is posted to the site. In recent times a few hosts have sent in their changes by way of comments. This is not ideal:
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