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|The Worst Car I Ever Had
|Idle thoughts on web browsers
|All my microphones
|How I make coffee
|HPR Community News for February 2022
|Some Guy On The Internet
|Make a custom Git command
|Linux Inlaws S01E51: git and static site generators
|Format; Copy; Diskcopy; Xcopy
|Bash snippet - some possibly helpful hints
|Unboxing a PineTime development kit
|Freedom of speech in open source
|Some Guy On The Internet
|Guide to the Science and Technology Section of Bitchute
|PopKorn Episode 1: The Fallacy of the Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the ETC
|TTS for HPR
|A short story about Lenovo and laptop batteries
|How I'm learning Haskell
|Linux Inlaws S01E52: The Zig Project
|LCh Components Layer Modes
|Creating a new project with Haskell and Stack
|Home Coffee Roasting, part 1
|Removing EXIF data from an image
These are comments which have been made during the past month, either to shows released during the month or to past shows. There are 21 comments in total.
There are 7 comments on 7 previous shows:
There are 14 comments on 8 of this month's shows:
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An HPR listener from Argentina reports that the HPR site is unavailable from there. This applies both to an ISP connection and on a mobile phone. It's not clear what is causing this.
Reportedly the problem was resolved on March 30th but the next day it returned and at the time of writing the HPR site is still unavailable.
As reported on the last Community News all shows in the range 1-870 had been uploaded except for shows hpr0001 - hpr0003. Shows hpr0001 and hpr0002 had been "blocked" by existing non-HPR items from over 8 years ago, with the names we were going to assign. Show hpr0003 seemed to have been an early attempt to upload blocks of shows since it contained the audio for shows 1-9, but no notes.
We received help with clearing the slots for shows 1 and 2 from Jason Scott of the Internet Archive, and the correct shows have now been uploaded. Show hpr0003 has now been resolved by replacing the contents with the appropriate transcoded audio and the notes have been added to it.
We can now consider this project to be complete!
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