Finally, I'm working on the UI/UX to let the listener decide the percentage of each transaction that goes to the app, letting CCs fees truly be v4v. I'm trusting that v4v will be the best course, but if I'm completely honest, it can be daunting to trust that v4v works when it really does seem like it's 5-10% of the users that actually provide treasure, but then someone like @petar comes along with a 5,000,000 sat boost and make it seem like it all may just work out.
@StevenB @dave @petar This not well understood, but yes, when the v4v turbine is spinning, this happens with surprising regularity. No Agenda got a $10k donation in one shot last year. But believe me, the "donation segment", or some version of it is critical.
LIT shows are clearly a great v4v driver as well.
@StevenB @adam @dave
Yea this is what I was originally talking about, not Fountain (fountain came up later in the thread, I don't actually use fountain). I was against the idea of NATube just adding 20% onto a boost. Now I wouldn't be against this if I (the user) decided the amount in a V4V style. I hope no one thinks I don't want to pay for apps! For something like NATube a monthly subscription might be a better way to go though.
If the community decided we should do monthly subscriptions to cover costs. It flies in the face of open source value 4 value. What we are building is anyone will be able to host a video service and receive host fees v4v.
(And as an aside we intend to reduce the 20% rate if it ever becomes viable, but everyone who has talked to us directly already knows this)
As it stands, we believe the populace at large undervalues the costs of IT and software development.
Is there a repo I can pull from to try making my own instance, or should I just be using PeerTube's github?
For immediate Podcast RSS feeds you can use our fork on GitHub for now, otherwise use PeerTube's GitHub and we'll get the feature merged hopefully soon.
Their docker image/compose method is the easiest route, and we have our own docker image that you can drop into their compose file.
Thanks, was hoping for a link to your github, though probably for now using PeerTubes is all I need so I'll do that,
Intended for all stake holders of podcasting who are interested in improving the eco system