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* DJ Omnimaga prods @bb010g (or others) to post in this topic when the Telegram bridge goes down or stops working properly, making sure to @mention Street and Juju in the process so they get poked.
15:06:35 <bb010g> Also, https://vector.im/ & #codewalrus:matrix.org . I think this is a tinge more usable than XMPP for this sort of large group thing. Also has the ability to do IRC bridging. So WalrusIRC could actually be set up to be a Matrix client, and it would be seamlessly integrated with IRC user wise (see #matrix on Freenode (linked to Matrix HQ) for an example).15:09:05 <bb010g> I would link to a linked channel, but matrix.org only has linkers set up currently for Freenode and Moznet.15:12:09 <bb010g> But yeah, logging for free, nice API, actual encryption when going user to user soon I think (same base algorithm as OMEMO ( https://matrix.org/git/olm/about ), possibly switching to Signal's impl thanks to new App Store exemption, but not sure), persistent sessions, Markdown formatting, open source, supports voice and video chat between users, and more!
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But when CodeWalrus opened, many users insisted to use Telegram so we had to cave in and add a Telegram bridge.
If we switch to something else we would need to make a bridge to that other something else, but ideally I wish that people stuck with IRC overall, since it does the job fine anyway. But that's just my personal opinion and I don't want to force people to switch.
I also don't want to have to support 17 different Telegram/Whatsapp clones and have 17 bridges/bots. That would be a mess.
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