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Hey there,

My name is Joshua Strobl and I am an open source developer and the 
Experience Lead of Solus. I regularly stream software development on my 
Twitch [1] and currently upload recordings of the streams to Odysee [2] 
to enable folks that can not watch the streams live to check them out 
when they are available to do so. Yesterday someone reached out on 
Fosstodon and asked if I would considered uploading a PeerTube instance 
and amolith took that opportunity to reach out to suggest LibreMedia!

I would love to be able to upload my content to LibreMedia for 
distribution on the instance and to the wider federated PeerTube 
network. My videos currently published are done so under Public Domain, 
but I have zero issue with them being under a Creative Commons license 
such as CC-BY-SA-4.0. I have already set up an account at 
joshstrobl@libremedia.video

[1] https://twitch.tv/joshstrobl <https://twitch.tv/joshstrobl>

[2] https://odysee.com/@JoshStrobl:3 <https://odysee.com/@JoshStrobl:3>

Best regards,

Joshua
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I apologise for the long wait; university has been hectic the last few
days on top of work and other things.

> My name is Joshua Strobl and I am an open source developer and the
> Experience Lead of Solus. I regularly stream software development on
> my Twitch [1] and currently upload recordings of the streams to Odysee
> [2] to enable folks that can not watch the streams live to check them
> out when they are available to do so. Yesterday someone reached out on
> Fosstodon and asked if I would considered uploading a PeerTube
> instance and amolith took that opportunity to reach out to suggest
> LibreMedia!

We would be more than happy to host your videos! :) There is also the
possibility of streaming to PeerTube as well if you'd be interested in
splitting your RTMP stream with something like Prism [1]. PeerTube v3
brought support for "lives", streaming in a decentralised and P2P manner
[2], and LibreMedia was updated about a month ago. We haven't tested it
with our current setup yet and don't know whether it's feasible though;
the feature is exposed in the UI but incoming RTMP connections are
rejected until we have a better idea of what the servers can handle.

[1]: https://github.com/muesli/prism
[2]: https://framablog.org/2021/01/07/peertube-v3-its-a-live-a-liiiiive/

In any case, you're more than welcome to upload archives of your Twitch
streams and whatever other videos you feel like putting together! If we
take too long to approve an upload, feel free to ping me or lelux in
Matrix/IRC; after the first few uploads, we'll disable that and your
videos will be public as soon as you hit publish.

> I would love to be able to upload my content to LibreMedia for
> distribution on the instance and to the wider federated PeerTube
> network. My videos currently published are done so under Public
> Domain, but I have zero issue with them being under a Creative Commons
> license such as CC-BY-SA-4.0.

Releasing your work under Public Domain is perfectly alright! Creative
Commons has a license that does exactly that but it's a bit harder to
find on their website; licensing your content under CC0 would dedicate
it to the public domain.

https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/
https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/cc0

> I have already set up an account at joshstrobl@libremedia.video

Your storage quota and daily upload quota have been set to unlimited. I
look forward to seeing your videos and streams!

Cheers,
Amolith
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