Owncast is now listed on Linode's app marketplace. I find that to be super cool. Now you can install with one click on DigitalOcean and Linode. I hope people find that useful. https://www.linode.com/marketplace/apps/owncast/owncast/
tomorro another stream-show comin up. this time a burlesque risque much more messy much more work for each number yay going crazy we are commenting on political shit too but it's proper blackmagick cam sh*t but lotsa floss in use some slovene some english if you like
“TikTok and ByteDance’s advertising revenue is built on the personal information of its users, including children.”
We built a world where not only is this legal (“punishable by fine”) but rewarded (to the tune of billions in revenue). Everyone involved, please, take a fucking bow.
@kylebronsdon Since I usually think about it during your stream when it’s too late, try turning down your “Latency Buffer” this week for your stream. Not all the way to the left, but probably second notch from the left. Hopefully it can be brought down a bit!
In roughly 20 minutes, I am going to begin streaming Sonic Mania.
I will not be talking, there will be no webcam, this will be purely gameplay. Chill vibes.
I would like to stress test my #owncast setup on sitejs.org running on a $5/mo VPS with Backblaze
The stream will go until we crash the server or I beat the game, which will be under three hours.
I'll share the link in reply to this post.
Just reinstalled the Small Technology Foundation Owncast server using Site.js and the new one-line installation command worked like a charm.
To run your own Owncast server is now as simple as:
1. Install Site.js:
wget -qO- https://sitejs.org/install | bash
2. Install/enable Owncast in production:
site enable --owncast
That’s it! You’re up and running with Owncast. Now go change your stream key to something secure and start streaming ;)
@aral Fun S'update today! Sorry about the unzip and curl thing. Our install script does check for that, but the idea of somebody running the installer from another tool was never envisioned! :) We could stand to drop the zip requirement and use curl _or_ wget.
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!