RT @intigri[email protected]
Check out this article by @[email protected] from @[email protected] on the launch of @[email protected]'s open-source bug bounty program, backed by the European Commission!
The reason I have so much passion for #Bitcoin is largely because of the model it demonstrates: a foundational internet technology that is not controlled or influenced by any single individual or entity. This is what the internet wants to be, and over time, more of it will be.
👋 Hey Element and Discord users, vault the walls with a text channel bridge from EMS!
With antitrust action against tech platforms looming, @[email protected] worries that without real alternatives “consumers may end up no better off even after the most comprehensive of remedies." Here are a few decentralized platforms that offer real change. https://www.newamerica.org/oti/blog/decentralization-competition/
What's this? It's a new blog post!
In today's big wall of text, I take a deep dive into the implementation of the support for message retention policies in @[email protected], more specifically into Synapse, its reference homeserver implementation 😀
Check out our analysis!
One of our secrets of team bonding is informal coffee chats ☕️
New year, new release — Dendrite 0.3.5 contains a couple of major usability/performance improvements! 🥳 If you’re running Dendrite, please upgrade! https://github.com/matrix-org/dendrite/releases/tag/v0.3.5
The fact that @[email protected] chat rooms are an HTTP API is really powerful -- particularly in its conformance to REST expectations.
I wrote a little caching proxy today to scale @[email protected]'s Matrix chat for anonymous visitors in just 150 lines of NodeJS.
Have you seen This Week in Matrix yet!? First of the year, absolutely top quality news and updates about Matrix, including an interview with the maintainers of NeoChat, the Matrix client from KDE! #twim #matrix #decentralisation https://matrix.org/blog/2021/01/08/this-week-in-matrix-2021-01-08
With thanks to hrj (http://github.com/hrj/) for the original that it's based on, here's a quick feature chart that compares various WhatsApp alternatives:
Super privacy alternatives: https://twitter.com/arpagon/status/1346989283593351168
Currently chatting and reading #scala gitter channels and discord channels all via @[email protected] using @[email protected] client. I can even chat with IRC channels too. This is great! #matrix is the future all! Anyone else on matrix?
Crypto companies with grand missions of decentralization should be using @[email protected] / @[email protected] instead. https://twitter.com/muneeb/status/1346133239606484996
@[email protected] @[email protected] @[email protected] You're welcome. At @[email protected] we deployed it and we are also using it for some of our public support rooms like @[email protected] or @[email protected] - and the federation aspect is really easy and resilient. The mobile app improved a lot during the past months.
We're very excited (and a little bit nervous :D) that @[email protected] is planning to go virtual this year via Matrix for chat/community, using @[email protected] for the video conferencing. Read all about it (and how you might be able to help!): https://matrix.org/blog/2021/01/04/taking-fosdem-online-via-matrix
This past weekend, I desperately needed to tackle some different tech. So I spent the weekend building and configuring a @[email protected] synapse server. I'm blogging about it, in case anyone else is interested in how to do it.