@jeena after having spent the past two days setting up Peertube ("properly"), I can understand why :D
Baby steps. In theory StreamYard (which they are using) supports multistreams, so if they want to set up an Owncast/Peertube instance they *could* just stream to it besides the current setup. (cc @aral)
@flakoot oh what's your instances URL? Mine is https://tube.jeena.net and I have a channel there which might be interesting for you when you self host https://tube.jeena.net/video-channels/peertube_admin_chronicles/videos
I *did* try to sub, but I believe there is still some kinks to work out on the federation-side, because I can't see your channel from my instance. Will have to have a look at the logs 🙈 https://firstname.lastname@example.org/video-playlists
@flakoot rofl! This is exactly the thing I talk about in my latest episode: https://tube.jeena.net/videos/watch/4a00e7ca-c9a2-40b4-b8c8-6820c278ddcc
@flakoot @heydon yes definatelly, I've been around since october last year and reported a couple of things and most of them got already fixed, so it's quite nice to see that it's getting better and some of my complains which I mostly make in video form in that series are invalid already :)
In my opinion it's the closest we have as a federated alternative to YouTube, like Mastodon as an alternative to Twitter, just by far not as polished yet.
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