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Gitter is now bridged natively to Matrix! As such we will soon retire the previous bridge in favour of the new. Learn more at matrix.org/blog/2021/04/15/old

@matrix Amazing 😊 Is there a project to bridge XMPP natively?? I think that bridging systems natively is pretty game changing, although i guess it's not simple to implement 👍

@admin @matrix Brittle bridges between Matrix, IRC and Telegram have caused some trouble for the KDE community:
mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-com

I have myself written messages in a Matrix room that nobody received on the IRC side because the channel was set to allow only registered users. Certain features just don't map well across different networks.

cc: @srevinsaju

@codewiz @admin @matrix

It is possible to, but it is disabled on matrix.org's IRC appservice builds to reduce scam, misuse and to reduce load on their system.

See matrix-org.github.io/matrix-ap

The IRC bot automatically invites you to a room, and then asks you to verify your identity in the room. matrix.org's instance just doesn't do that, possibly to reduce CPU usage (it requires manual intervention). However, I have been automatically invited by their freenode bots in other room, eg: Fedora

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