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Old June 11th, 2019, 02:46 PM #11
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Ok, so I installed streaming software on my server last night. Its similar to the old one, without any of the additional costs. I am going to test it out a little more until I feel confident it will do the same job. The only thing I have to work out is where to host all the recorded files and build a page for them. I will keep everyone up to date.

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Old June 11th, 2019, 04:08 PM #12
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I will update the OP when the streaming location(s) are determined.
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Old June 11th, 2019, 10:13 PM #13
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Ok, so I spent a little time today messing with this. I have the server setup and I believe ready to go. It's actually better in some respects that what I was paying $10/mo for and this is free(ish)!! I created a landing page at http://www.rlemedia.com/liveradio.html that has the player embedded on it. I will add the direct play urls to it later on. It's has a feature where it will play music until the remote connection is made, then it fades out and the remote feed comes up. I still don't know how well it will handle the listener load yet, so we will see how that goes. I also have a webhook feature that will send emails out to a list when the remote feed goes live as well, so if anyone wants a low-tech alert I can do that now. It also lets me give other users access to feed the stream into the server, so for days I can't make it, someone else can steal a microphone and feed the stream. Now, I guess we'll see if I can work these days back into my schedule

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Thank you for keeping an eye out should be interesting. Can someone remind me how many cases they generally get through on a normal evening ? I asked before but didnít see an answer.


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Thank you for keeping an eye out should be interesting. Can someone remind me how many cases they generally get through on a normal evening ? I asked before but didnít see an answer.
The board would do more, but the MSP refuses to allow more than 15 per session. Hence the molasses-like movement on this front.
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Thank you for keeping an eye out should be interesting. Can someone remind me how many cases they generally get through on a normal evening ? I asked before but didnít see an answer.


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The board would do more, but the MSP refuses to allow more than 15 per session. Hence the molasses-like movement on this front.

Monday night's meeting will only be to introduce the board and for them to discuss, vote on and implement new rules and procedures for going forward.

But for more traditional board meetings my esteemed colleague is almost correct, the MSP kicked up their heels at providing more than 14 case files per meeting. Occasionally more were heard and how that happened we are not completely sure.

For anyone that cares I'm hearing that the OAH proceedings are taking over two hours. For one case. Remember that if you are in the pipeline and also
remember that state Sen Lyin' Pam Beidle testified that it wouldn't be a burden on the average Joe at OAH.
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A little blast from the past but when we started attending the HPRB meetings back in early 2015 they heard four or maybe five cases per night and I remember when Chairman Thomas announced that they had a backlog of over 30 cases that it was Yuge deal, lol.


My initial meeting of many MDS members including Protege V, PJDiesel, Brooklyn, DC-W, Cypherpunk and even the legend Rack&Roll and many many others were at these HPRB hearings. LCPIWB, JimBoy, Jack McCauley, Montoya32, Shafted, Bigfoott44, TopTechAgent, Gryphon, Jaybeez, AppleHD and his lovely mother (God rest her soul), Hillbilly Grandpa, Deep Lurker, Mark Grutz, Not_an_Outlaw, Dblas, NateIOU (probably misspelled), Charlie Foxtrot, BobA, RamblingOne, esquapellate, Silent Partner and the list goes on, my apologies for those who I have missed.

Good times gents, watching Maryland history in the making long before the Demanding Mommies discovered this "travesty of justice" and started scheduling stenographer duties to their new lackeys who could then misrepresent the goings on to equally dim bulbs McFadden and Madaleno in the Senate and the dimmest of bulbs Atterbeary in the House.
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They flat out lied to the MGA , shameful when you have to lie because the facts don't support the MDA agenda or Bloom-turds .
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