HPR Community News for November 2013
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A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is a regular show scheduled for the first Monday of the month.
Welcome to our new hosts: Kevin Wisher, Keith Murray, Underruner, Andrew Conway.
||Blogging With Octopress
||The Lost Banner of HPR
||Rootstrikers.org and federal election commission data processing
||James Michael DuPont (h4ck3rm1k3)
||01 - Why Do We Need Privacy, And Isn't It A Waste Of Time Anyway?
||Updating The 2009 LifeHacker QuadCore Hackintosh to Mavericks
||LibreOffice 15 Writer Nested Lists Introduced
||How Should We Then Teach the Art of Computing?
||Zareason ZaTab 2 Android Tablet
||Day one of interviews from OGGcamp 13.
||Day two of interviews from OGGcamp 13.
||OGGCamp13 Bonus Track
||How We Found Linux
||Interview with Dave Hingley
||HPR Community News for October 2013
||How I Got Into Linux and OSS
||LibreOffice 16 Writer Nested Lists Controlled via Styles
||Hacking Public Policy: The Underground Press
||Christmas Light Synchronization
||02 - Encryption Basics
- Mike Dupont (h4ck3rm1k3) is writing a HPR Publisher tool
- Discussion of the infrastructure for New Year's 24-hour show
- Danny Meeks has offered to print a replacement banner
There was a Mumble discussion about the design
- Indiegogo campaign for Linux Voice
- Calls for more shows
- Development of a torrent for collecting archived shows
Comment #1 posted on 2013-12-19T13:04:16Z by pokey
It was great fun to listen to. You guys did a great job. I'm sure it helped Ken's recovery to know that HPR is in good hands even when they aren't his own.
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