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I have these goals in mind:

  1. Upload my recorded telephonic interviews, after removing sensitive/ identifying information.
  2. People may contribute to upload their recorded interview as well.
  3. Optionally add comments/ answers to the questions.

I whole idea is to help aspiring interviewee to help and prepare with their future interviews.

I am leaning towards Github, since there is no storage limit, plus other people may also contribute to it.

Any helpful pointers will be appreciated.

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    I don't think GitHub can host such a big volume of data (sounds), and uploading would mean cloning (download all existing data) first, I believe, which is almost impossible. – Nicolas Raoul Jul 5 '18 at 13:57
  • (A) Are these interviews intended for public consumption, or is this in-house like job interviews? (B) Your Question is vague. How would your needs not be met simply by using a virtual drive space such as Google Drive with folders containing the recording along with a Google Docs file for shared note-writing? – Basil Bourque Jul 5 '18 at 17:02
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MediaGoblin can do that.

While it accepts videos too, I am sure you can configure it to only accept sound files.

It is free and open source (GNU AGPL v3)

Demo server: https://goblinrefuge.com

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Cons:

  • As you can tell, the UI is not super trendy.
  • No commenting system, it seems.
  • Of course you will have to customize it to remove confidential parts of the recordings, or tell users to do it themselves.

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