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- May 18 2018, 8:26 PM (87 w, 4 d)
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You're right. Technically it is necessary to know the IP address of the other party to be able to talk to each other and transmit data. The special thing about PeerTube is that not only the server gets your IP address, but also the peers where you get the video from.
Jun 23 2019
Sorry for the late answer, I have been quite busy during the last time.
Jan 11 2019
At saturday, I got an answer by Tristan Mahe, the admin of the PeerTube instance we use.
Dec 29 2018
How about sharing links to our PeerTube videos instead of / in parallel to links to our YouTube videos at social media?
Why was the video or a link to it not included in the KDE Applications 18.12 article?
The person who uploaded the KDE Applications 18.12. video to YouTube also uploaded it to PeerTube! Thanks for it!
Has somebody advertised the KDE Applications 18.12 PeerTube video (https://peertube.mastodon.host/videos/watch/2e647c42-3f96-4d08-8a6f-ca45ff9bc136)? Otherwise I could not explain how it got so many views.
I asked Tristan Mahe (https://www.remote-shell.net/), the hoster of our instance, either he could activate the new import feature (https://framablog.org/2018/10/15/peertube-1-0-the-free-libre-and-federated-video-platform/) at this instance so we could easily import more videos from our YouTube channel.
A few stats on our PeerTube channel:
- abonnents: 51
- total views: 801!
- Plasma 5.13: 108 views, 1 comment (by our account)
- KDE Applications 18.12: 693 views, 4 comments
Sep 9 2018
The brand-new KDE PeerTube channel is live with it's first video, the release video of Plasma 5.13: https://peertube.mastodon.host/accounts/kde/videos https://peertube.mastodon.host/videos/watch/ae6d09f3-72ac-4afe-83fb-dbd8952587eb . I will upload the other videos during the next time.
Jun 25 2018
@skid Thanks for the offer, we will think about it!
Jun 6 2018
No problem, I also have many other things to do.
How do we want to proceed with this task? Have you already looked through the instances and figured out which would be the best instance for our purposes?
If you search for a weather provider, I would suggest you OpenWeatherMap. Their weather data is freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0, they have a clean and easy to use api and they allow 60 calls per minute in the free plan.
May 27 2018
May 24 2018
Personally, I would prefer https://peertube.mastodon.host because they seem to render to 1080p, they have a quota of 20 GB which can be increased, they have a pronouncable and rememberable domain name and the administrator of this instance (https://mastodon.host/@gled) seems to be quite reliable. Which instance would you prefer?
I have gone through all instances on https://instances.joinpeertube.org/instances and listed the best suiting in the task description.
There's already a KDE-related video on PeerTube: https://peertube.mastodon.host/videos/watch/f9c8545b-7360-42cd-a561-3afc769ab32c (Concept X)
A problem could be that most instances only render the videos up to 720p and I don't know when this value will be increased. I do not have a problem in watching videos in 720p, but maybe other people have.
May 22 2018
I would give it at least a try and ask the people from FramaSoft either they want to host our videos because FramaSoft is a great organization which shares similar values like KDE, they have one of the two PeerTube instances with the most followers (78 followers) and they are quite reliable I think, so we can be sure that this instance is still running in a few years.
May 20 2018
The video with the most views on all PeerTube instances I was able to figure out has 60.000 clicks.
May 19 2018
framatube.org, the official instance of FramaSoft, has no open registration and I think I read that it is only meant for French videos about free software. Maybe they will change their mind if we would kindly ask them either they want to host KDE's videos.
@paulb Maybe you should ask them for a KDE account, because you do the whole social media thing and you have a longer and much brighter KDE history than me.
May 18 2018
@paulb Are you Bro6666?
Where would be a good place in Vienna to put a KDE booth up and running?
I have no idea because i have never been to Vienna.
I can understand you
Are you from Vienna?
Maybe we could ask the Akademy's local organization team either they can help us because they already know the city quite well.