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Video tutorials now on PeerTube (by Eric Buijs)
I recently removed all my Solvespace video tutorials from YouTube because I increasingly lost sovereignty of the videos. The most recent and popular videos are now on PeerTube and I intend to add more in the future. Here is a link to the new home.
Wed Jul 7 2021, 05:22:40
sovereignty (by m___)
Sovereignty, as in control, independence, no interference, added clutter by youtube?

Congrats, this should be an exodus of meaningful content. What remains: PeerTube, how on god's earth can it make more of a difference then more of the same?
Thu Jul 8 2021, 10:50:19
Publishing to alternative platforms (by John)
Have you considered publishing yout videos on You can automatically sync your YT channel.
Thu Jul 8 2021, 10:58:57
(no subject) (by Paul)
Eric, this made the top of Hacker News for about half an hour today. Discussion here:

Thank you for creating SolveSpace videos and enjoy the traffic spike ;-)
Thu Jul 8 2021, 11:38:04
(no subject) (by Eric Buijs)
I hadn't heard of Odyssee but thanks for the tip.

I don't know if PeerTube or any other YT alternative can make a difference. But at least PeerTube puts me in control of my content and without a single owner I can change server if needed (although Linuxrocks has been pretty good thus far).
Thu Jul 8 2021, 11:49:11
(no subject) (by Eric Buijs)
@Paul, thanks. ycombinator always ensures a lot of publicity and discussion. I do hope that more people will follow.
Thu Jul 8 2021, 11:52:03
tools to sync videos across multiple sites (by anon_passerby)
You can probably find many tools to sync videos across multiple video hosting sites.

The concept at looks interesting, haven't tried it.
Thu Jul 8 2021, 17:17:00
(no subject) (by SevDev)
The real beginner tutorials are still missing. There are no others on YouTube either.
Sat Jul 31 2021, 00:31:33
(no subject) (by Paul)
@SevDev the beginner tutorials are here:
The reference manual is also a good source of information once you know what you're looking for.

More resources are always good though.
Sat Jul 31 2021, 15:59:46
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