I'm not sure I follow. I'm merely encouraging people to avoid #surviellancecapitalism by using a YouTube alternative. In addition since #peertube and #blender are #opensource it seems like a perfect fit. The fact that #blender is one of the most visible #opensource projects around could go a long way towards #peertube's adoption.
@LPS My point is that there is no need of PeerTube to avoid a part of surveillance capitalism, watching videos is not a need, so there was no "freedom excuse" to use YouTube before PeerTube (and there was already BitTorrent without web video player before if videos would have been crucial). I fundamentally disagree with this : "we can **now** #deleteyoutube as well" (emphasis added by myself). More attractive technologies should not be used to put freedom in bins, technology can be refused.
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