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In which place I can host an inter-webring project? Anonymous 05/14/2022 (Sat) 18:27:43 No.15556
Hello. I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask so excuse me in advance if not. What I want to create is a webring for imageboard streaming projects (videogames, movies, podcasts, etc.), I have some knowledge regarding html, css and javascript so I suppose It shouldn't be hard to host a webpage with different affiliated streaming projects, but I would like to brainstorm ideas with other anons.
>>15556 You should also mention it on smug Possibly even 8moe if you're brave enough
>>15557 >8moe >webring are you retarded?
So, like what? A website that has different "boards", if you will, that each have topic/board specific streams on them? That doesn't sound like a bad idea. "streamchan" or something, I guess. What would it look like? each "thread" OP being a stream and the thread itself being essentially the comment section? I keep putting things in quotes because it's non-traditional so it doesn't really sync up 1:1. Would the site store, or have the capacity to store, previous streams that were originally hosted on-site? If it isn't clear, I'm taking >a webring for imageboard streaming projects and assuming you mean >create a website that is connected to the webring Could you elaborate further on what your vision of this is? Are you thinking about making something like a cytube clone? A mix between self hosted streaming site and imageboard? Pure streaming site? Imageboard that allows external embedding of streams from other sites? I could see a textboard where OPs are the only thing that isn't relegated purely to text, being that they contain the stream itself, with posts acting as comments. Personally, I would like if your site hosted the streams directly, regardless if the site saves the streams after they're finished. Simply so someone could say NIGGER, or what have you, and never have to worry about it.
>>15561 >So, like what? A website that has different "boards", if you will, that each have topic/board specific streams on them? That doesn't sound like a bad idea. We already have that, actually. >>>/server/
Wait I can stream directly to /server/?
>>15563 Apologies for my misunderstanding Anon, no you can't.
>>15563 >>15564 /server/ BO here, I think it would be neat if you could stream directly like that, but as far as I know you can only embed vids from youtube or similar. Maybe you could stream from youtube but then you'd have to contend with youtube's rules and limitations. If we had another site from which we could embed vids/streams which had more similar freedom of speech that we have on most imageboards, then it might work better

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