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hpr3808 :: Funkwhale A social platform to enjoy and share music

Ken interviews Ciarán Ainsworth about Funkwhale that lets you listen and share music and audio

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Hosted by Ken Fallon on 2023-03-08 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Duration: 01:00:50


Funkwhale is a community-driven project that lets you listen and share music and audio within a decentralized, open network


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Comment #1 posted on 2023-03-09 03:45:36 by dnt


Great interview! Thanks for this. I followed the tip about downloading the Funkwhale app for Android and doing anonymous authentication on Pretty nice! Using the "radios" you can get some nice tunes. I have tried to install Funkwhale a long long time ago, but failed. In the end I just set up mpd and listen through the http output. This show definitely renews my interest. I also enjoyed your brief discussion about copyright, which you said you should continue over a pint, sensibly. I would have a comment on that, but it would be too long for this, so it may come in some other form.
Comment #2 posted on 2023-03-22 00:08:40 by Windigo

Piqued interest

Thanks for the great interview! I'd never heard of this software before, but it sounds very appealing. Looking forward to investigating further!

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