Finally I havn't quite figured out referencing on that site which means two things: I need someone to point out how, and guides I have copied from elsewhere (MP wiki, mythtvnz list, reven) have gone somewhat un-recognised. So if you see your handiwork there, feel free (of course you di, its a wiki!) to add a thank you note to yourself.
Hopefully others can also contribute to this great wiki, currently there is still a lot of knowedge spread around and multiple wiki's trying to collaborate it. I don't have a problem with sites like MythKiwi obviously, but it would be great to have a central resource with all the important stuff that can be linked to for newbies. The next thing I would like to do on that front is put together a page explaining DVB-T/S in NZ and what it means for budding HTPC builders. There is still a lot of confusion around on how this all works. I currently have 8 more days until my last exam (ever, yay for graduating!) then I will have time to do this stuff.
Let me know what else you think needs doing on this front.
Other related posts:
Final MythTV report
It works - 1080i with a 5200X2 in mythtv
Freeview|HD in MythTV - still!
Comment by TheBartender, on 5-Nov-2008 13:24
Regarding the referencing, I will need to install some extensions, let me know which ones you would like to see installed and I will see what I can do (not all work, due to wiki version and clashing with other code/extensions)
Comment by sbiddle, on 5-Nov-2008 13:56
The latest GB-PVR makes this the simplest task of all
Simply enter http://epg.pvr.geek.nz/epg/listings-freeview.xml.gz in place of the XML file and GB-PVR will automatically download the Freeview listings from the site for you using the scheduled time in the GB-PVR config settings.
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