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After a boom start during the first few weeks, this rising funds campaign is now stagnating at just over €27,000. So we still need your support to finance the third step of development (dedicated to plugins and playlists) which will start in August. Also, feel free to share <a href="https://joinpeertube.org/roadmap/" target="_blank">the roadmap</a> around you.
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After a dazzling start (thanks to you all), the progressive fundraising for this roadmap has slowed down a lot. Currently, we are halfway through the €60,000 needed to finance these six months of development. Concretely, this means that from the beginning of September, we will finance the progress towards v3 on our own 2020 budget.
After a year of work and improvements, we have just released version 2 of PeerTube! Everything is explained in detail in the <a target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://framablog.org/2019/11/12/peertube-has-worked-twice-as-hard-to-free-your-videos-from-youtube/">Framablog article</a> that we invite you to read.
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After releasing PeerTube v3 in early January, it's time for a new main version with plenty of improvements and new features. Here are some explanations on what this v3.1 brings us.
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After showcasing our roadmap for PeerTube V3, we are happy to announce that version 2.2 is out. Let's look around and see what it brings us...
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An open code (transparency) under a free/libre license (ethic, respect and community-driven development);
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An annotation PeerTube plugin
Open the Toot
An enhanced documentation
Open the Tweet
An even more pleasant interface
And there's more! PeerTube uses Activity Pub, a federating protocol that <strong>allows you to interact with other software</strong>, provided they also use this protocol. For example, PeerTube and Mastodon -a Twitter alternative- are connected: <strong>you can follow a PeerTube user from Mastodon</strong> (the latest videos from the PeerTube account you follow will appear in your feed), <strong>and even comment on a PeerTube-hosted video directly from your Mastodon's account.</strong>
As you can see <a href="https://docs.joinpeertube.org/#/use-create-upload-video?id=publish-a-live-in-peertube-gt-v3">in our <i>how to go live</i> documentation</a>, PeerTube streamers will need a broadcasting software (we recommend the Free-Libre software <a href="https://obsproject.com">OBS</a>), and use the live RTMP key.
At a time when no one knows what the future holds, we deemed it was not appropriate to start a crowdfunding campaign and threaten not to do our best on PeerTube if we did not get the necessary funds.
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And finally, we improved the embed API, allowing websites that embed a PeerTube video to have better control over the player: knowing the video's length, knowing when playback is over, exporting video subtitles, indicating a specific subtitle to activate. More info on <a href="https://docs.joinpeertube.org/api-embed-player" target="_blank">https://docs.joinpeertube.org/api-embed-player</a>.
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e.g. contact@fsf.org
Another feature of this 1.3 version has been entirely developed by an external contributor: <a target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://github.com/joshmorel">Josh Morel</a> who add <strong>a quarantine system</strong> for videos on PeerTube. If the administrator of an instance enables this feature, any new video uploaded on his instance will automatically be hidden until a moderator approves it.
e.g. r.stallman@outlock.com
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Another news: you can now write comments in Markdown language in a restricted syntax.
Another unclear element was the <b>video sharing pop-up</b>. We have improved it, and it is now possible to share or embed a video by making it start and/or finish at a precise moment (time-code feature), to decide which subtitles will appear by default, and to loop the video. These new options will surely be greatly enjoyed.
e.g. Lady AAL
As a result, on your PeerTube website, the audience will be able to watch not only your videos, but also videos hosted by Zaïd, Catherin or Solar... without having to host their videos on your PeerTube-powered website. Such diversity in a video-catalog makes it very attractive. Such a large choice and diversity of videos is what made centralized platforms such as YouTube succesful.
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Another very convenient improvement: you can now drag and drop to upload a video file. No need to click "Select file" anymore, you only need to use your mouse, touchpad or fingers to <strong><em>drag and drop</em></strong> your video file from your hard drive.
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April 13, 2021
Because providing a video player easily integrated into any web environment is essential for us, PeerTube now provides a library for developers to control the integration of a video player via the <a href="https://docs.joinpeertube.org/#/api-embed-player" target="_blank">PeerTube Embed API</a>.
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As a reminder, in the first newsletter (July 23rd, 2018), we announced that the localization system and RSS feeds were implemented, and that we were making progress on the subtitles support and the advanced search.

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