I think PeerTube has really come along as a project, but I think it’s caught in a situation where the technical aspects are advancing far faster than the communal ones. In order for PeerTube to actually succeed in practice, I believe that creators ought to reach out to one another to create a type of loose community where we actually follow each other, comment on each other’s stuff, etc, kind of like YouTube’s early years.


https://open.tube/video-channels/hackernol/videos our peertube videos are 3-4 videos behind we trying to keep up with our main channel on lbry. but is about the hacker culture and ethics in Spanish for hispanic hacker community we been around for 4-5 years and had interview with many people in the hacker culture scene.


Here’s my channel https://video.autizmo.xyz/video-channels/random/videos currently i just post any random videos i have saved in the future i plan to upload gameplay and programming videos

That was the bump I needed to get a channel setup and start posting. Only two videos so far, but I have big plans.


This channel is going to be all about libre creative software. How to use it and why.

I might try to self host at some point so I can have 4k videos, but this is a good start.



been keenly watching peertube develop and have a lot of music and weird low tech collage stuff to post but never really get around to it cause it just feels a bit like tumbleweeb blowing. happily deleted corporate accounts years ago and am much more in line with my no commercial potential vibe.

I do try linking peertube vids in masto but I feel in an extreme minority doing so. https://mastodon.art/@controlfreak


I love this idea. I currently don’t make anything, but I’ve had an idea for Peertube but to be honest, I’m a bit nervous to try it. I’d love feedback. https://mastodon.technology/web/statuses/104248472206084215

Also, just so you guys know, this guy creates original content on Peertube as well. He’s definitely worth checking out. -> https://mastodon.sdf.org/@art


My account is dsh_videos@video.deadsuperhero.com; right now there are three separate channels attached:

  • Vlogs (vlogs@video.deadsuperhero.com) - personal vlog entries, not super exciting, but some people are into the more personable side of video communities.
  • Interviews (interviews@video.deadsuperhero.com - I’ve been involved in a number of interviews, many of which involve the fediverse. I keep a running archive of the ones I’ve been able to successfully preserve.
  • Browser History (browser_history@video.deadsuperhero.com - an upcoming show in the works, focused on the history of technology, communities, and movements.
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Peertube is an open, federated alternative to Youtube without advertising or tracking. On this site, you can find a good Peertube instance, with good rules, good moderation and most importantly a friendly community.


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