@SummerSchool Yep, I realise that now, blaming a brainfart of some sort. Sorry!
@pettter No worries! Thanks for thinking about us :D
My biggest problem is that I have a solid stack of projects ahead of me and have to pace myself to avoid burnout, so I'm not sure I'll get to the peertube installation soon.
This is for a music festival that would be happening in a few months time. I'm putting in a funding application, so I'm really just looking for a hypothetical amount. Obviously, twitch is an option, but I'm trying to be less evil. There are also workshops and we have a social justice and accessibility thing, so it's got the same values as the summer school.
@celesteh Ah, apologies for Ass-Uming!
@celesteh here is a video with an installation of peertube from scratch by @utopiah
you also can install it using Yunohost.org in a few clicks (after you have yunohost server setup ... pretty easy too ;) )
I can't say about "advantage" over docker as I never really used docker in prod ;)
yunohost doesn't use docker but does install the apps natively, with their own linux user and offer a pervasive SSO for all the apps on the server
it's also a bit more than just a package to install services, as it offer mail and xmpp from the base too ... plus a good admin interface with backups and upgrades, and a general security shield (failtoban, firewall etc... )
@utopiah @Olm_e @celesteh yunohost is basically a headless Debian server install with a preconfigured xmpp, and email server out of the box...they even provide free subdomains:). It's aimed at less technically users, and easily installs on old hardware, raspberry pi or a VPS. My favourite part is the easy web interface for upgrades and one click installs...so many apps available.
@celesteh hmm ... from my pov I have not read about that much concurrent viewer for a peertube stream to date, only about something like ~200 ...
so it's probably difficult to quantify exactly for the server ...
but the important thing to remember is that peertube works as a p2p torrent sharing network so the more people there is the more bandwith there is
also servers are often theme/community related so maybe if you explain about your event more?
@celesteh ho cool :)
imho it makes sounds to also consider installing a proper instance for it so you have all control as well as lives and replays on the festival domain name
when using a "cloud" service, you can rescale the server according to the load, upscaling it to 16 core (or even more) for a few days, then scale down to a very smaller plan for the general days of the year to distribute the archive (or more)
this need some(one of) xp/care to setup for ~800
Not for several weeks.
I'm doing a funding application, so I could put a line in it for you if you want.
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