RT @[email protected]

@[email protected] Communities in the modern age should be interoperable imo. So if you have the coding capability, you could use so that you’re able to connect.

Setting up on Discord means needing a Discord account. Building on Matrix means using w/e client your comm wants


@matrix I do agree with this philosophy of giving the user the ability to choose what they want to use. But I don't think that Matrix is comparable to Discord yet. It doesn't have the same level of management; you can't set custom rolls, and the recent "spaces" are just groups of rooms that need to be joined individually and can't be configured as a whole. You also can't just join voice and wait for other people to join.
Plus, i'd also need to convince my friends to switch.

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