• @ikidd
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    284 months ago

    LibRedirect does a pile of different redirection calls for a one-stop solution.

    • @[email protected]
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      94 months ago

      I just said fuck it and run my own private invidious instance, it’s been much more stable and reliable than any of the public instances

      • Ephera
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        44 months ago

        You might be mixing up PeerTube with Piped here (and so might the person you’re replying to; I don’t know of PeerTube being unreliable very often).

        PeerTube is an entirely separate video hosting platform and part of the Fediverse. It’s not just a YouTube frontend.

      • @essteeyou
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        24 months ago

        What’s the cost? I’m talking both hosting and time spent maintaining it and any other hidden costs you may have encountered.

        • @elmcreakblacksmith
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          My home instance runs on truenas sff box next to a dozen other services, footprint is barely noticable but quality is limited by my upload bandwidth. Plays nice with cloudflare tunnels and reverse proxy for access anywhere. The truecharts plugin was touchy so I deployed my own from the docker:latest and it hasn’t needed maintenance other than updates in six months.

  • @[email protected]
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    114 months ago

    There is also the privacy redirect extension, which also supports redirecting to invidious, nitter, bibliogram, openstreetview, etc, all toggleable. It lets you pick instance, or randomly pick for you.

  • moosetwin
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    74 months ago

    now we need a lemmy bot that replies with youtube links when it detects peertube, to prank that piped-bot