NTRO radio is back and better than ever!
This post was updated on 2019-12-08
So NTROradio has been reborn! It is now a Funkwhale instance running on my new Yunohost server in my home. I’ll tell you more about it in this weeks podcast but just suffice it to say the hard drive died and I swapped it out with a new one.
Above you shoule be seeing an empeded player from NTROradio with my demo cover of Bat Out of Hell.
TSHP Ep19 Funkwhale - Putting the Pod back into Podcasting
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Ep18 LollipopCloud and Funkwhale Podcasters Group
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Housekeeping @Naschbarschaft on Mastodon alerted me to mp3 enclosures were not in the rss feed for Bonehead Media.com Thank you I am learning how to put them into the rss templates in hugo. I will get this fixed.
I didnt get to go home again so I’m in the truck again recording this.
Quick Update 2019-11-17
You can now follow just Bonehead Media on activitypub Just search in your favorite activitypub app ie Mastodon, Hubzilla, etc for @BoneheadMedia@bots.tinysubversions.com And you should be able to subscribe to this website’s rss though activitypub. I used the Feed Converter by Darius Kazemi. It’s a free service that he hosts and I hope to implement it on my own for others as he does once I get a VPS set up.
TSHP-Ep-17 Epic News
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Pre Roll Recording on the run, a whole bunch of super exciting news in the Fediverse and a whole lot more coming up on episode 17 of The Self Hosted Podcast!
Banter This episode will be out the week of November 17th. By the end of this week this podcast will have well over 1000 downloads on Anchor.
Ep16 LimeSurvey and being dealt a shitty day
Big update since the recording! new contact email is email@example.com
News Massive exodus of India’s Twitter moved to Mastodon - This is a bull shit quote from the article. >While many have hailed Mastodon as a great alternative to Twitter, some have pointed out that its not as easy to use, which means its unlikely that Mastodon is going to take over - even in the long term.
TSHP-Ep15 This is some scary s**t
News Links Yunohost 3.7 Testing asking for feedback
We just released a new testing version for YunoHost and would be happy to receive feedback before releasing it as a stable version :yum:
This release includes quite important changes in YunoHost’s internal, and therefore requires careful validation to minimize the amount of remaining bugs.
Major changes are: - Group and permission mechanism
Improvements to detect app installs that broke critical parts of the system.
Ep14 Pubcast, WriteFreely and Plume
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So I got started on FreeCodeCamp As I mentioned in a blog post last week I want to learn how to code. Mainly so I can understand the topics I am covering here on this podcast and to help me be a better self hoster but I would love to get a new job where I am home a lot more than just 34 hrs a week.
I want learn how to Code
Cool, wait, You? Yes me. I’m actually feeling a “want to know how”. That’s really the only way I know how to express it. As some of you know, I’ve used linux for a vey long time. Since mid 2010 I’ve been running some form of Linux as a daily driver and it’s been mostly Ubuntu/Debian flavors with the exception of the two weeks I tried to install Arch the “Arch way”.
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