yes. they are working to implement ActivityPub. They are also in contact with cwebber
Institutes clicking may be a real issue
I would argue an ISP that blocks any particular type of traffic is not really an ISP. The internet is not just a few websites and a small set of protocols, but do many people are more concerned with cheap rather than full access 🙄 It's why at home I pay a lot more for internet access than my neighbours
@moshpirit MediaGoblin's federation is not implemented yet, but we'll use the same ActivityPub protocol (same as Mastodon's), so they might work fine together.
Peertube combines federation with webtorrent viewing-sharing, a feature that is not present in MediaGoblin and that is essential to our eyes (with webtorrent, your server won't be down if one of your videos becomes viral ^^).
@SoniEx2 The best way to ask our dev questions is to go on our forum here : https://framacolibri.org/t/framatube-peertube-ask-us-anything/1966
I (I'm Pouhiou, Framasoft's CM) can't answer this in a toot ;). But I know that if our crowfunding goes well, we'll be able to finance Peertube's dev beyond the announceed beta, and one of the features will be the ability to give help between hosters (I don't know the tech behind it, though).
@Framasoft much needed.
Have you heard of Mediagoblin?
@Framasoft @ self: read the thread, Dunbar's.
@Framasoft add 'dumbass' to dictionary.
@SunDancer I don't remember excatly their project but I think they didn't include federated hosting in it... or did they?
Anyway, thanks to new protocols (webtorrent + activityPub federation), it seems (and we hope) that this solution could really be a deal-changer.
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