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This is the discussion page for [[Broadcasting]] >.>
 
This is the discussion page for [[Broadcasting]] >.>
== Stuff that needs to be added ==
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== Stuff that should be added ==
 
<blockquote>''Pretty self explanatory section...''</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>''Pretty self explanatory section...''</blockquote>
 
* Sam 3
 
* Sam 3
** Installation
 
** Quick Configuration
 
 
** Extended Configuration
 
** Extended Configuration
 
*** HTMweb
 
*** HTMweb
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*** PAL scripting
 
*** PAL scripting
 
*** FTP config for that previous (Needs help)
 
*** FTP config for that previous (Needs help)
** Adding Your Music
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* Other broadcasting software
** Configuring an encoder
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* Additional Tips/Suggestions (Needs help)
*** Basic encoder options
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* Question & Answer / FAQ section
*** Extended encoder options
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* Further reading, additional resources, external links
** Sam Tips & Tricks
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*** Sound FX
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=== Requested Content ===
*** AUX1,2...
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As I've stated before, I can only write what I know, and I don't know as much as someone like an RKoL DJ. It would be great if a more experienced DJ contributed to the article :)
*** Additional Suggestions (Needs help)
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* Any comments that contain first-person singular pronoun should really be signed.  I recommend using <nowiki>--~~~~</nowiki> to do the trick.  Further, I kinda feel like stuff in a non-personal article shouldn't contain "I" at all, and authors should use the third person when it's necessary to refer to themselves.  The link is good, the offer of the test server is good, but I recommend use of the third person here. --[[User:Fusilliban|Fusilliban]] 08:38, 15 December 2006 (EST)
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** I left a &lt;!-- comment --&gt; somewhere in the wiki about that...I just can't remember where. I was actually talking about 1st person vs 3rd person omniscient and personal options with one of my peers earlier today. First person implies opinions and opinions are not necessarily facts, so they generally don't belong in encyclopedia-type information sources. On the other hand, it's just a little getting-started page for new DJs, not something that is going to get published to be sold, and so far I've written all the content on the page (unless there are edits that I don't know about yet), so it's not really a ''bad'' thing. Eventually more information will be added, errors will be fixed and it'll look all nice and shiny.--[[User:The1Joebob|Joe]] 23:50, 15 December 2006 (EST)
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* Radio KoL does a lot of work to get new DJs set up and trained based on their specific computer setup and requirements.  In my experience (I've personally setup and trained many DJs), each person's computer setup requires individual advice.  I think you've gone a long way towards giving general advice.  Individual advice on specific setups (such as we would give new DJs) is really beyond the scope of a Wiki page.  I think you've done a pretty thorough job covering the generals, and I wouldn't have anything much to add. --[[User:Cassandra|Cassandra]] 17:27, 15 December 2006 (EST)
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== Issues ==
 
== Issues ==
 
<blockquote>''Questions, comments, thoughts, movements, etc go here...''</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>''Questions, comments, thoughts, movements, etc go here...''</blockquote>
''Please see the [http://www.radio-kol.net/wiki/index.php?title=Broadcasting&diff=2630&oldid=2629 side-by-side changes] via the history tab.''<br />
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Recently Haplo deleted some content that I felt was helpful. Although I disagree with her reason for deleting it in that a reference alone is not illegal, since it does not explain how to conduct any illegal activity and the text itself is perfectly fine, I can understand how such information might encourage mischievous activities, and so some of it should be rewritten. However, I see no problem with ''"If you don't currently have .... it is the most respectable"''. Aside from that, I do agree that the references to using BitComet to download music and the reference to cracking programs should be changed.<br />
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=== Recently Resolved ===
The P2P section to plainly stating the fact that some people have used peer-to-peer programs to download music; and the  part about the SAM3 crack to something to the effect of ''"To [http://www.spacialaudio.com/products/sambroadcaster/order.html upgrade SAM3] from the demo version, you need the full-version executable. The SAM 3 license is $199. Many DJs do not have $199 to pay, and share a license with friends to split the cost. Still, other DJs, use less reliable, frowned-upon ways, such using a cracked version. Before you decide what to do, consider that the demo version works fine for the most part, and if the small details are important to you, find three friends to split the license with."'' &larr;States facts and discourages illegal activities.<br />
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* 12:34, 18 December 2006 (EST) 'Your Show' removed.
Also, a section on requests, and using them to slowly expand your music library should be added, as well as a section on [http://creativecommons.org/audio/ creative commons music].<br />
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* 01:14, 8 December 2006 (EST) If you're wondering why [[Broadcasting]] does not include information on illegitimately acquiring digital media, her's why:
Since Haplo made the decision that the previous content was inappropriate, and I'll be busy adding new content, I'll leave it up to her to decide what to do, although I beseech other opinions. :)
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**Considering the currently volatile nature of software and media piracy, my suggestion would be to steer clear of anything that even remotely suggests or infers that it is either acceptable or practiced by anyone at the station, because it would be bad for people to think that. I think it's probably in everyone's best interests if this internet radio station has no association with anything that is considered illegal, and since this wiki is heavily associated with the station, it's probably best not being here either. :) --[[User:Opai|Opai]] 18:54, 6 December 2006 (EST)
== Requested Content ==
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**We do not condone illegal activities here. I was about one hour behind haplo in changing that entry myself. I also don't think a style tutorial really belongs in a technical demo. I do love the info and will be providing new DJ's the link. --[[User:Kolmohdee|Kolmohdee]] 19:53, 6 December 2006 (EST)
As I've stated before, I can only write what I know, and I don't know as much as someone like an RKoL DJ. It would be great if a more experienced DJ contributed to the article :)
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* 01:14, 8 December 2006 (EST) generalization removed; opinions of ''some'' != opinions of ''everyone''.

Latest revision as of 17:34, 18 December 2006

This is the discussion page for Broadcasting >.>

Contents

[edit] Stuff that should be added

Pretty self explanatory section...
  • Sam 3
    • Extended Configuration
      • HTMweb
      • PHPweb
      • PAL scripting
      • FTP config for that previous (Needs help)
  • Other broadcasting software
  • Additional Tips/Suggestions (Needs help)
  • Question & Answer / FAQ section
  • Further reading, additional resources, external links

[edit] Requested Content

As I've stated before, I can only write what I know, and I don't know as much as someone like an RKoL DJ. It would be great if a more experienced DJ contributed to the article :)

  • Any comments that contain first-person singular pronoun should really be signed. I recommend using --~~~~ to do the trick. Further, I kinda feel like stuff in a non-personal article shouldn't contain "I" at all, and authors should use the third person when it's necessary to refer to themselves. The link is good, the offer of the test server is good, but I recommend use of the third person here. --Fusilliban 08:38, 15 December 2006 (EST)
    • I left a <!-- comment --> somewhere in the wiki about that...I just can't remember where. I was actually talking about 1st person vs 3rd person omniscient and personal options with one of my peers earlier today. First person implies opinions and opinions are not necessarily facts, so they generally don't belong in encyclopedia-type information sources. On the other hand, it's just a little getting-started page for new DJs, not something that is going to get published to be sold, and so far I've written all the content on the page (unless there are edits that I don't know about yet), so it's not really a bad thing. Eventually more information will be added, errors will be fixed and it'll look all nice and shiny.--Joe 23:50, 15 December 2006 (EST)
  • Radio KoL does a lot of work to get new DJs set up and trained based on their specific computer setup and requirements. In my experience (I've personally setup and trained many DJs), each person's computer setup requires individual advice. I think you've gone a long way towards giving general advice. Individual advice on specific setups (such as we would give new DJs) is really beyond the scope of a Wiki page. I think you've done a pretty thorough job covering the generals, and I wouldn't have anything much to add. --Cassandra 17:27, 15 December 2006 (EST)

[edit] Issues

Questions, comments, thoughts, movements, etc go here...

[edit] Recently Resolved

  • 12:34, 18 December 2006 (EST) 'Your Show' removed.
  • 01:14, 8 December 2006 (EST) If you're wondering why Broadcasting does not include information on illegitimately acquiring digital media, her's why:
    • Considering the currently volatile nature of software and media piracy, my suggestion would be to steer clear of anything that even remotely suggests or infers that it is either acceptable or practiced by anyone at the station, because it would be bad for people to think that. I think it's probably in everyone's best interests if this internet radio station has no association with anything that is considered illegal, and since this wiki is heavily associated with the station, it's probably best not being here either. :) --Opai 18:54, 6 December 2006 (EST)
    • We do not condone illegal activities here. I was about one hour behind haplo in changing that entry myself. I also don't think a style tutorial really belongs in a technical demo. I do love the info and will be providing new DJ's the link. --Kolmohdee 19:53, 6 December 2006 (EST)
  • 01:14, 8 December 2006 (EST) generalization removed; opinions of some != opinions of everyone.
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