10:00 CET - "The Matrix State of the Union"
An opening keynote by @[email protected] in which he gives an overview of the Matrix ecosystem, the exciting changes coming to the protocol, and where the Foundation's focus is going to be.
There's a lot to cover!
10:30 CET - "The next generation of Matrix interfaces"
You know it, bridges are one of the strengths of Matrix. @[email protected] the bridgesman is going to cover what we can improve to make integrations feel more native.
10:50 CET - "Opsdroid"
Oleg walks us through how to create a Matrix conversational bot in a few lines with Opsdroid… and even how to make it quite clever with @[email protected]'s OSS framework.
All of that in less than 20 minutes. That's how simple it is.
11:10 CET - "Events for the Uninitiated"
Or "everything you always wanted to know about Matrix but were afraid to ask", in which Shay covers the protocol's basics.
A gentle introduction for those who like to know what happens behind the scenes.
12:10 CET - "The matrix-rust-sdk"
In which Poljar covers architecture decisions & tradeoffs around the matrix-rust-sdk, before @[email protected] teases the much anticipated rewrite of @[email protected]'s Matrix client Fractal, built on matrix-rust-sdk
14:10 CET - "Ansible + Matrix: Through The Looking Glass"
Community managers, you want to watch this one!
14:40 CET - "All things with moderation"
Is it possible to keep a healthy community on a network with no central authority? Yes it is, and David tells us how this works in practice
15:10 CET - "Growing Pinecones for P2P Matrix"
Can Matrix be even more decentralised than it is today? Likely, and P2P is one possible answer. Building a mesh network has unique challenges and Neil gives us a glimpse at work taking place in that area
15:40 CET - "Self-sovereign end-to-end encrypted file storage on Matrix"
In which Hugh tells us about his efforts to make Matrix support the next generation of privacy-centric collaboration applications.
Sounds cryptic? We can't spoil the talk!
16:10 CET - "Mission: threading for all"
Threads are coming (soon™) to Matrix ! @[email protected] tells us everything about the journey of adding a feature to the Matrix protocol, with the practical example of threads.
16:40 CET - "Extend the capabilities of your Synapse homeserver"
@[email protected] covers Synapse's module system and how they make it extremely flexible
17:10 UTC - "MLS meets Matrix"
Hubert is going to explain how the upcoming encryption standard MLS could be a good fit for Matrix and what it would take to use it
17:40 UTC - "Native Group VoIP and Metaverse on Matrix"
Matrix is not just for IM: @[email protected] worked on adding support for native decentralized E2E encrypted group video calling… and even has @[email protected] a nice VR project based on Matrix. Yes really!
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