@e8johan @rgggn @andybalaam
Okay so according to https://github.com/Chocobozzz/PeerTube/issues/14#issuecomment-492680112 it is available in Pre-Release v1.3.0-rc.1 so might have to wait untill the next update to do that ?
There is information in the docs about playlists here: https://docs.joinpeertube.org/#/use-video-playlists
hope that helps :D
@andybalaam @rgggn You should be able to follow the account's channel via your peertube account. They appenrently have four different channels, one for each year. See here: https://conf.tube/accounts/foss_north/video-channels
Unfortunately that means (I think) you will not get updates if you follow foss_north_2019 for next years edition. Maybe the uploader should think about using playlists instead of channels ?
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This is one of the holy grails of the eco friendly industry. Whoever manages to solve this will be swimming in Lego monies, and others.
Also it's great to see a corporation actually taking this issue seriously for a change.
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Matrix goes 1.0! Let's see an #OpenSource future for instant messaging!
Never mind the insane amount of parentheses - that's fine, we can do indents and figure it.
The thing that really bothers me is that the operation that happens first, is the operation that is read last. That is so horribly unintuitive.
Readable FP really needs to have a forward pipe operator like F# has. I hear Haskell has a nice one.
The @kde has done an absolutely incredible job creating a truly world class user experience. We at GNOME appreciate everything you have done to push the #FOSS desktop forward, and we continue to be inspired by your community and vision! 🤗
Your friendly reminder that slack once had an IRC bridge and they tore it down. The reason was that they could not afford to maintain it. If so, why didn't they opensource it for the community to maintain? Now we have split communities and one more walled garden. And a growing generation that thinks a centralized system owned by a single company is normal. Thanks, slack.
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