Travis Skaalgard
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41Y

I like Bela Education, Ĝabbo’s Ĉefa Kanalo and some YouTube mirrors.

@ray
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61Y

I would say the privacytools instance is alright. But also looking for good content on peertube. https://tube.privacytools.io/videos/most-liked

I wonder if peertube had a really popular instance if it would be more efficient for the internet. I mean in the sense of how youtube throttled video quality in a few countries during the pandemic. Would having it be P2P mean less pressure on the infrastructure since in theory people geographically close to one another could share the data instead of it all coming from a central server.

overflow
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41Y

Haven’t found any as yet

@Azkulbel
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31Y

So far i have not discovered any creator which i like , about who i have not know before from another platform. I only watch techlore and luke smith , when i feel i do not want to open LBRY app. It is hard to find something on peertube. There is not really global search. I heard that they did something about it , but I have not try it out so far.

@ajz
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@Lowey
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also sepiasearch :)

@Azkulbel
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Oh thanks that you reminded me that there is this option , but if i can remember , I am not sure about that 100% , i have read that in new release developers did something about global search and admins of servers need to enable that functionality , so you will be able to find content from another instance within your instance.

EDIT: Yeah , this is from last github release from features : Add global search support (has to be explicitely enabled by admins)

@ajz
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31Y

Thanks for the information, I didn’t know that.

@Echedenyan
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11Y

Is there some one for AMVs?

@ufrafecy
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@uiizi
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@ajz
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Great !

@developred
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@uiizi
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@couldbeanybody
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71Y

https://videos.lukesmith.xyz/videos/watch/bd0ebff8-245c-4092-a1fa-b604086a460e

I mean in the description of this video he writes “Please support my Peertube instance by donating! (((YouTube))) pays, but Peertube will have to survive on donations, but it will be worth it.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triple_parentheses

I don’t believe his play with alt-right memes is just play, I believe that he very cautiously uses the memes to signal his positions while he is at the same time actively avoiding to say anything political. I believe that him using triple parentheses here was a mistake where he actually showed his face, because he doesn’t use many dog whistles apart from right-wing memes which arguably aren’t clear dog whistles.

@couldbeanybody
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Also I just found someone’s take on reddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/linuxmemes/comments/dkh6jx/luke_smith_starter_pack/) about luke smith that I pretty much agree with:

Dude is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Arizona. Sloppy understanding of syntax, riddled with confusions about what’s top-down and what’s bottom-up, rambles incoherently, thinks he understands more about syntax and computation than legendary figures like Bever, Piatelli-Palmarini et al., and having to listen to his incoherent ramblings about “syntax” is more of a pain in the ass than having to listen to a creationist about evolution. His political understanding is not that much better. Paranoid for the most part, and not for the right reasons. Mostly libertarian apologies for capitalism, and every once in a while ranting about “corporations” without making it clear what he means by that term. He is like an even weirder version of Ayn Rand. I have been told by multiple high-profile professors not to bother responding to him in conferences, although it is certainly hard to ignore him as he keeps interrupting you when you are trying to present a paper. I’m just glad I don’t share a department with him…

@uiizi
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@developred
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