I like the goals. Just from reading that page though it reads more like a hyperbolic wishlist than a developed feature list. I also find it amusing that in the section where they mention similar "projects" (well, one) they make no mention at all of the obvious project - #Peertube, which has actual functioning code to share and watch videos as opposed to a list of possibile transfer protocols. So what are they bringing that PeerTube won't have earlier?
@Blort I agree with you. I came across this when searching for Youtube alternatives such as PeerTube, D-Tube, BitChute Zerotube...And wanted to share.
@cypherpunk I do think LBRY.tv deserves a place. I'm currently making use of it and enjoy it.
The problem and from what I see from FOSS advocates as myself is lots of them are still making use of YouTube yet complain when issues come knocking.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!