Last month published an Open letter to on the use of proprietary apps and services for online classes in schools:

Now a version of the same is available:

@fsfi Great letter, and I'm happy to have learned there's an FSFI! Instant follow.

This part is a bit premature though:

> Additionally it saves cost of live streaming via KITE website by sharing bandwidth among the users.

This feature is planned for PeerTube v3, which is estimated to come out in November.

Perhaps you expect that this is faster than any government decision will be made anyway, but in the interest of honesty and transparency it could have been made clearer that this is a future feature.
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