See, my problem with Peertube is that every single time I've seen a Peertube video embedded, it did not work because the remote instance had stopped responding. Hosting video is expensive and complicated. I'm not sure it would work reliably without financial backing of an instance or more clever distribution of the content. It's difficult I know, but so far I haven't seen a single embed work. And that makes me sad.
Gab and stuff
By continuously sharing the video, you're eventually going to make someone aware that this place exists and you're indirectly advertising it. Someone that might not know the backstory might think oh cool when in reality its anything but. That might be on them, but it could have been prevented by letting it blow over and just letting it go. That's the beauty of the fediverse isn't it?
Gab and stuff
I've seen this silly video shared about 50 times now in the span of just an hour or two. I certainly understand how messed up the situation is, but shouldn't we just block them, get it over with, and move on? Aren't we giving the whole thing more attention than it deserves by doing this? Isn't that attention kinda what they want?
@Mayana I can't wait for the orchestral things to download. This is gonna be lots of fun. And distract me from my game. :P
Oh my gods oh my gods we have audio uploads! Raaaaa! Thanks @Gargron
So iOS 13 brought tons of new cool accessibility features. Automatic labeling of unlabeled or inaccessible controls. Automatic describing of images. The screen reader got a very significant speed improvement. Hell even the swipe keyboard is accessible now. And that’s just to name a few. Where is all this stuff for Android? Why does nothing much happen there?
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