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HPR3049: What computers taught me about reality


Some musings about what computers taught me about reality and perception.


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HPR3048: Alternatives to toilet paper


In some countries, people seem to be legitimately concerned about the availability of toilet paper. This episode offers alternatives to toilet paper in the hope of relieving people of additional stress around hygiene. This is not a joke episode and contains no offensive language, but it is about a potentially sensitive subject, so it has been marked explicit as a precaution.


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HPR3047: The COVID-19 Work From Home Stream - Day 1


Wednesday 18.03.2020 (2020-03-18) Guests: honkeymagoo, crvs, Lyle, Thaj Open Broadcaster Studio A grocery store trip is a sign of the apocalypse? Bidets are the fix for TP shortages Insider details on the grocery business My beard is NOT negotiable Long term impacts of social distance How are schools handling this? Matrix, IRC, and Microsoft Teams...OH MY!! Do you need another person for your HPR episode, call Thaj. Lyle has a meme Lyle makes a bread More Python ffmpeg


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HPR3046: HPR Community News for March 2020


table td.shrink { white-space:nowrap } New hosts Welcome to our new host: crvs...


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HPR3045: OSS compliance with privacy by default and design


The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) was enacted by the European Community in 2016, and began to be enforced in 2018. Since this covers a large segment of the Internet users, and other jurisdictions are looking at similar legislation this talk is a timely look at what is required and how Open Source Software can meet the legal requirements. https://www.zwilnik.com/?page_id=1096 Links: https://redaktor.me/apconf/ https://archive.org/details/apconf-talks/Talk6_Cristina_compressed...


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HPR3044: mocp snooze tip


I use cordless headphones, I find this very handy when I want mocp to play for a set time then pause. Commands used Ctrl + r, to quickly find the command sleep 10m && mocp -G sleep 10m && mocp -M ~/.moc/audiobooks -G sleep 5h && iplayer-url


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HPR3043: How I record for HPR


Sentry BT250 Bluetooth Headphones w/ mic https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Rechargeable-Stereo-Earbuds-Bluetooth/dp/B015NFWDX8 F-Droid - free open source apps for Android https://f-droid.org/en/ Audio Recorder from F-Droid https://f-droid.org/en/packages/com.github.axet.audiorecorder/ Features: Mute incoming call audio while recording Variety of format encoding ogg (default) wav flac m4a mp3 opus X-plore Android file explorer https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lonelycatgames...


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HPR3042: The COVID-19 Work From Home Stream - Day 0


Tuesday 17.03.2020 Guests: honkeymagoo, crvs, and Thaj How likely we are to get COVID-19 Should we invest while the market is down How bad is the internet infrastructure in the US Learning Python Grasshopper Learn Python tne Hard Way Excercism Klaatu's Programming Book Growing plants That Audiobook Club though... Video games Single Board Computers OpenBSD on Raspberry Pi Why haven't you done a show about that Thaj? Emacs and org-mode Nano for the win


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HPR3041: How to use GNU Autotools


I found a great article on this topic here: https://opensource.com/article/19/7/introduction-gnu-autotools, so please refer to that as show notes. Page included by Ken, as permitted by cc-by-sa Introduction to GNU Autotools Have you ever downloaded the source code for a popular software project that required you to type the almost ritualistic ./configure; make && make install command sequence to build and install it? If so, you’ve used GNU Autotools...


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HPR3040: Why use GNU Autotools


GNU Autotools is a build system that helps you distribute your code in a predictable and reliable way...


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