As YouTube continues to censor, these alternatives are rising up to empower viewers and creators.

Dessalines
admin
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1Y

God damn the front page of bit-chute is a trainwreck. “Jews control the media”, pandemic denial, crowder, sargon of akkad, tucker carlson, all the way down…

@realcaseyrollins
creator
41Y

Yeah they definitely could benefit from some diversity of thought, they’re more homogenous than a Mormon prayer meeting

@lps
81Y

We need to support Peer tube, it’s the only real alternative that is truly decentralized and not for profit.

@k_o_t
admin
41Y

It’s sad how quickly FOSS projects can degrade. For example, LBRY just 2.5x-ed their monthly users numbers, and they already have google-analytics and ads…

@lps
31Y

First clue, working with Venture Capital, the same will be coming to BRAVE browser … they’ll get their pound of flesh…just lull the people into adopting a “safe” alternative first.

@k_o_t
admin
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1Y

yeah, it’s obvious why that happens, but it doesn’t it make any less sad…

@zia
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1Y

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@lps
21Y

I see a huge difference between a company sponsored project vs real VC who don’t develop anything. They’re simply speculators/financial extractors they don’t even care what the widget is, only the return.

@developred
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@darth_tiktaalik
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What is libre culture?

Libre culture is all about empowering people. While the general philosophy stems greatly from the free software movement, libre culture is much broader and encompasses other aspects of culture such as music, movies, food, technology, etc.

Some beliefs include but aren’t limited to:

  • That copyright should expire after a certain period of time.
  • That knowledge should be available to people, not locked away.
  • That no entity should have unjust control or possession of others.
  • That mass surveillance is about mass control, not justice.
  • That we can all band together to help liberate each other.

Check out this link for more.

Rules

I’ve looked into the ways other forums handle rules, and I’ve distilled their policies down into two simple ideas.

  • Please show common courtesy: Let’s make this community one that people want to be a part of.

  • Please keep posts generally on topic

  • No NSFW content

  • When sharing a Libre project, please include the name of its license in the title. For example: “Project name and summary (GPL-3.0)”

Libre culture is a very very broad topic, and while it’s perfectly okay for a conversation to stray, I do ask that we keep things generally on topic.

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