[Sudo-radio] Welcome to Sudo Radio!
pnaomi at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 19:16:24 PST 2013
I am pretty confused too.
On Thursday, February 28, 2013, Marina Kukso wrote:
> I'd be happy to do an in-person meetup, but I am still confused as to the
> current state of the situation. can someone go into the room and begin to
> speak on the stream or do a live playlist that will stream?
> - marina
> > wrote:
>> Hey everybody, I am indeed on this list and eager to make something
>> Problem is, I am not sure quite what needs to happen.
>> Could we have an in person meeting about this, with as many parties
>> present as possible who are interested in the tech part (not so much
>> producing the shows) as possible?
>> We need to produce a flowchart that represents what should be playing,
>> what override what, and so on.
>> As well I want to introduce you guys to the toolkit I am using,
>> liquidsoap, because it is really fun.
>> On Thursday, February 28, 2013, wrote:
>> Most definitely, I am hoping it would just consist of a box set up with
>> an audio input and a big button that would start up a little script that
>> runs a program (edcast, ices-cc, something like that) that takes the
>> soundcard input and broadcasts it on dj2 or some other mountpoint.
>> And we can also have other streams running on other mountpoints, like
>> podcasts or whatever Naomi sets up. But we have to decide a mountpoint
>> priority order to determine which stream people here when they connect to
>> the main stream.
>> On Feb 28, 2013, at 11:57 AM, Andrew wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> As Mischa pointed to. The current status of the radio is that the backend
>> isn't defined and ready to go. I agree that we need to consolidate streams.
>> I recently tested the DJ2 mount point to sudoradio.com from the radio
>> room and it worked, so maybe we should just go with the solution that
>> Mischa has. There was also talk of doing a mix of streams that Naomi was
>> going to set up. Is she on this list?
>> Again we need to get something set up that will allow for shows to start
>> being streamed out from the radio room... or at least edited in the radio
>> room and streamed out in a que based on a schedule. Once we have that set
>> up we can move on to the fun part which is actually making shows.
>> On Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 9:06 AM, rachel lyra hospodar <
>> rachelyra at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I will be at first Friday, and am eager to talk about radio stuff if you
>> want to chat then! I'm curious if folks envision a sort of streaming music
>> source, or a more open-access public radio station... in some ways they are
>> very different, although we could incorporate aspects of both.
>> On Feb 28, 2013 8:59 AM, "rusty lindgren" <rustylindgren at gmail.com>
>> +1 Mark... LMAO!
>> Um, ethics are first philosophy, so I think we should figure out what's
>> legal in tandem, and just start building the monster. There are a lot of
>> indie labels that offer cheap service, which we could subsidize with cheap
>> ads. It's about $200 a month to pay for licensing, and the music is solid.
>> Creative commons is usually junk, to Wooster's point. And, if we could
>> quickly build a user base, and even bundle an app for our tunes, I'm
>> confident that we could pay for $200 a month or come close to it.
>> We can build the antenna, but it might be more reasonable to buy one.
>> Who can meet up on this next week?
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Naomi Theora Most
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