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Cleaning up Libera.Chat aliases

14.12.2023 16:00 — Bridges Thib

The Matrix.org Foundation has taken down the bridge with the Libera Chat network. This only prevented messages from making it across the bridges, for Matrix users to appear on the IRC side, and for new IRC users to appear on the Matrix side.

As part of our work to remove the bridge leftovers, we have removed the ghosts in Matrix rooms and demoted the Libera Chat appservice user. We will now remove the aliases from the rooms, and strongly encourage you to make sure you update the links to your Matrix room if they relied on a matrix.to link that contains :libera.chat

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This Week in Matrix 2023-12-08

08.12.2023 00:00 — This Week in Matrix Thib

Matrix Live

Dept of Servers 🏢

Synapse (website)

Synapse is a Matrix homeserver implementation developed by the matrix.org core team

dmr reports

This Tuesday we released Synapse 1.98.0rc1. Its promotion to the 1.98.0 release proper is planned for the coming Tuesday (12th Dec). We expect v1.98.0 to be the final release of 2023, as the team takes a break over the holiday period.

Of note in this release candidate:

As ever, thank you to our users, contributors, and community of server operators.

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This Week in Matrix 2023-12-01

01.12.2023 00:00 — This Week in Matrix Thib

Matrix Live

Unfortunately no Matrix Live this week, your host and editor apologises for the inconvenience!

Dept of Status of Matrix 🌡️

Libera Chat bridge sunsetting

Josh Simmons says

This week we were sorry to announce that we are not able to bring the Libera.Chat bridge back online. We have already begun working through clean up tasks, such as clearing ghosts, and expect to be done by December 22. If you see any bridge artifacts left past that point, please let us know.

We know that many communities and individuals were relying on the bridge, and we regret the impact this situation has on them.

If you are one of those who have relied on the bridge in the past, you may be asking: what now? You do have options.

People who need a bridge for their community can run their own: the matrix-appservice-irc software is still maintained. Only its Libera.Chat instance, which was configured to persist connections across restarts, is being shut down. Please be mindful of the network, and read Libera.Chat’s recommendations and their Matrix FAQ when doing so.

For more information, read our full announcement and Libera.Chat’s announcement.

Matrix on Wikidata

Christian Paul (jaller94) reports

Wikidata is an open knowledge base, containing structured information to be read by humans and machines. I love it and I contribute to it a lot.

This week, I added a few more items from the Matrix ecosystem which I want to highlight:

You may have heard of this event series called Matrix Community Summit (Q123583505). In the past, we've had the Matrix Community Summit 2022 (Q123583515) and the Matrix Community Summit 2023 (Q123583556).

One output of these community summits is the Matrix Salon Podcast (Q123583531), which is a podcast featuring community members. Check it out! After all, you already seem to be interested in Matrix (Q22906785) given you're currently reading This Week In Matrix (Q123583570).

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This Week in Matrix 2023-11-24

24.11.2023 00:00 — This Week in Matrix Thib

Matrix Live

Dept of Spec 📜

uhoreg reports

Here's your weekly spec update! The heart of Matrix is the specification - and this is modified by Matrix Spec Change (MSC) proposals. Learn more about how the process works at https://spec.matrix.org/proposals.

MSC Status

New MSCs:

MSCs in Final Comment Period:

Accepted MSCs:

  • No MSCs were accepted this week.

Closed MSCs:

Spec Updates

Matrix 1.9 is due out next week. Keep your eyes peeled for an update.

Dept of Bridges 🌉

matrix-hookshot (website)

A multi purpose multi platform bridge, formerly known as matrix-github

Andrew F announces

Hookshot 4.6.0 & webhook responses

Get ready for another Hookshot release! The flagship new feature is the ability for Hookshot to respond to webhooks with custom response data, once Hookshot has handled the webhook message. This feature exists because while some services expect an immediate response to webhooks, others wait for the request to complete. With this release, Hookshot can now handle both cases. For more details, refer to the documentation.

The release is available at https://github.com/matrix-org/matrix-hookshot/releases/tag/4.6.0, or by doing docker pull halfshot/matrix-hookshot:4.6.0. And as usual, feel free to direct any questions about Hookshot in our Matrix room: #hookshot:half-shot.uk

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This Week in Matrix 2023-11-17

17.11.2023 00:00 — This Week in Matrix Thib

Matrix Live

Dept of Spec 📜

Andrew Morgan (anoa) announces

Here's your weekly spec update! The heart of Matrix is the specification - and this is modified by Matrix Spec Change (MSC) proposals. Learn more about how the process works at https://spec.matrix.org/proposals.

MSC Status

New MSCs:

MSCs in Final Comment Period:

  • No MSCs are in FCP.

Accepted MSCs:

  • No MSCs were accepted this week.

Closed MSCs:

Spec Updates

Cross-posting from TravisR's announcement in the Office of the Spec Core Team room...

Matrix 1.9

The next release, Matrix 1.9, is scheduled for release on Wednesday, November 29, 2023. This will largely be a maintenance release, but if there's anything you think we might have missed, please let us know.

Matrix 1.10

The Spec Core Team is now accepting MSC and feature suggestions towards the Matrix 1.10 release, due sometime around FOSDEM in February (unsure if it'll be before or after). So far we've got the following features up for consideration:

  • Extensible Events (at least proposing FCP on the majority of the core system; plan to merge for Matrix 1.11)
  • Encrypted appservices (like MSC2409)
  • Custom emoji/stickers (merge)

If there's specific MSCs, or even vague ideas you'd like the SCT to focus on, let us know in the Office of the Spec Core Team room. The SCT will generally find it harder to actually write the MSCs ourselves, but if you're planning on implementing a feature that will need spec review, let us know so we can ensure bandwidth is made available for that review to happen.

Random MSC of the Week

The random MSC of the week is... MSC3394: New auth rule that only allows someone to post a message in relation to another message!

This MSC is paving the way towards the use case of a room where, for instance, announcements can be made by admins, while general users can start or participate in a thread branched off from an announcement. But they otherwise would not be able to make "top-level" posts.

This feature is common in services such as Telegram, for announcement or support rooms. And it would be nice to be able to support the same kind of use case in Matrix.

It looks like I dropped the ball on keeping up with the discussion on this one. So excuse me while I go do that!

Dept of Servers 🏢

Synapse (website)

Synapse is a Matrix homeserver implementation developed by the matrix.org core team

clokep reports

Synapse 1.96.1 was released (note that 1.96.0 was skipped due to issues releasing). It includes:

  • Support for multiple receipts workers.
  • Some new module APIs.
  • Performance improvements
  • Many bugfixes!

Check it out and let us know of any issues.

Additionally, synapse-s3-storage-provider 1.3.0 was released to fix some incompatibilities with newer dependencies used in Synapse.

This past week has also seen Erik land a bunch more performance improvements, especially when using workers. Support for asynchronous uploads was finally merged, thanks to Sumner Evans from Beeper.

Dept of Clients 📱

Commet (website)

airyz announces

Hello! today we are announcing the latest minor update, v0.1.3! This contains mostly small bug fixes and UI Improvements, as well as a few quality of life features!

What's New?

  • Rooms and spaces shared between multiple accounts are visually distinguished
  • Improved HTML Rendering
  • Implemented lazy loading of room members
  • Zoom and pan on images and video
  • Background task indicator for downloads
  • Direct messages in spaces are now visually distinct from rooms

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where a room shared between multiple logged in accounts wouldn't open correctly
  • Fixed notifications being displayed for old messages

Release: https://github.com/commetchat/commet/releases/tag/v0.1.3

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FluffyChat (website)

Krille-chan announces

FluffyChat v1.15.1 has been released with a lot of bugfixes and updated translations.This release also finally makes it possible to select text in the chat on web, desktop but also on mobile. Please be aware that the default long press behavior to select events has changed to normal taps because of this.

For the next release you can also expect the return of presences. While this feature is disabled on matrix.org, it seems to work fine on other servers. The app tries to filter out users from servers where presences are disabled to not display them as always-offline. I hope this works fine. As far as I can see, the difference is that on server with presences enabled there is always a „last_active_ago“ field in the presence content. So the app assumes that, if the user is offline and last_active_ago is NOT set, then it is better to just not display the presence status at all.

Element X iOS (website)

A total rewrite of Element-iOS using the Matrix Rust SDK underneath and targeting devices running iOS 16+.

Ștefan announces

We took this week to work on some polish for Element X and squished a host of bugs, including:

Element X Android (website)

Android Matrix messenger application using the Matrix Rust Sdk and Jetpack Compose

benoit says

Element X Android 0.3.1 is available on the PlayStore. We spent the week fixing bugs and improving our codebase. We are also adding the read marker and read receipt rendering to the timeline and are also progressing on the mention epic. Jorge also made a big improvement on the release time for the Rust SDK. It now takes around 20 minutes, previously it was up to 5 hours!

Element Web/Desktop (website)

Secure and independent communication, connected via Matrix. Come talk with us in #element-web:matrix.org!

Danielle reports

Element Web/Desktop

  • We’ve tightened scope and started reviewing feedback and iterating on the new room header and right panel designs. Keep your feedback coming, we’d love to hear it!
    • If you don’t have the new header already, go ahead and try it out on Element Develop by using the labs flag: “Under active development, new room header & details interface”
  • The team’s been working on streamlining the process we use to release Element Web. We’ve simplified it and are working through different testing tools to ensure that we’ve got our automated tests running smoothly.
  • Our week has also been focussed on reducing the number of failing notification tests by fixing bugs and working through the test suite.

Dept of SDKs and Frameworks 🧰

matrix-nio (website)

Paarth Shah says

Another full release 0.23.0 of is out as of a few minutes ago (right as I'm typing this), with some nice bugfixes, nicer features, and important progress for a whole lot more (I'll give you a hint: 🧵)

Notable changes (full changes here):

  • Introduce querying for m.direct
  • Propagating asyncio.CancelledError properly, following official asyncio standards
  • Allowing custom ToDeviceEvents via UnknownToDeviceEvent (use this wisely, and consult the spec!)
  • Allowing arbitrary callable/awaitable objects to be set as a callback (don't limit yourself to functions and coroutines!)

A sincere thank you to everyone who contributed!

Dept of Bots 🤖

Dominik reports

MatrixJoinLink is bot that allows the creation of invite links to non-public rooms in matrix.

Several months have passed since I initially introduced the bot in TWIM. In the interim, I've seamlessly incorporated the bot into various work related contexts as well as in private contexts. The bot addresses the challenge of being unable to invite individuals via a link to a non-public room or space. Since my last announcement, I further improved UX. The bot is now able to deal with various room identifiers (i.e., matrix.to links, internal room ids, and public room aliases).

MatrixJoinLink simplifies the process of inviting users to non-public spaces. Here's a guide on how to make the most of it:

  1. Invite the bot into your room.
  2. Once the bot joins, use the command !join help to explore its features. Please note that the bot responds exclusively to users or servers configured by the bot owner.
  3. To create a Join Link, kindly type !join link Demonstration_Link, and the bot will promptly generate a join link for you. Ensure that the bot has the necessary permissions to invite users.

Help

Feel free to test the bot and raise any issue using GitHub or using the development room that is mentioned in the project's README. Also consult the README for technical details.

Dept of Events and Talks 🗣️

FOSDEM 2024

Thib reports

a heads-up that the Matrix.org Foundation & Community Devroom has been accepted at FOSDEM24 You can find the CfP here, and submit your talk propositions before December 4

Centralize the Matrix Community at the Chaos Congress

Nico says

As you may know, the 37th Chaos Congress takes place in Hamburg, 27.-30.12.2023. If you don't know, the Chaos Congress is a collection of cool people mostly from the different Chaos communities to talk about interesting topics ranging from technology all the way to politics. You will however need a ticket, which will only be available in very limited quantities.

Similar to the what we already did at the Chaos camp, we have applied for an assembly at the congress. An assembly basically is a few tables with people centered around a topic, where you can join to chat, participate in workshops or even get someone to fix or setup your Matrix homeserver!

Currently the assembly is not yet approved. However we are announcing it now, so that you can give it some thought if you want to participate and maybe help shape the Matrix Community assembly!

Since the proposal isn't public yet, there is no link to share to find more information about it. But if you are helping to organize the assemblies, you can find it in the backoffice. So for now (and for later), if you want to discuss it, suggest things to do or have other comments, feel free to join us in #chaosevents:matrix.org!

So far we don't have a program yet, but maybe you have a cool workshop you want to do in our small round? Or maybe you just want to hang out and maybe answer questions people have about Matrix? Or maybe you just want to meet some Matrix developers, that you have always looked up to, to complain about how this one button is slightly of center when running their client on your PDP11?

In the end YOU can decide what you want this assembly to be, but now at least you know about it (if it gets approved)! Further updates will follow as we make progress and when we think you may have forgotten about us!

Matrix Federation Stats

Aine reports

collected by MatrixRooms.info - an MRS instance by etke.cc

As of today, 8251 Matrix federateable servers have been discovered by matrixrooms.info, 2068 (25.1%) of them are publishing their rooms directory over federation. The published directories contain 274767 rooms. Do you know what room isn't one of them? There are no rooms about backpacking among them, so if you're wondering "what an interesting room I can create to find great people to socialize with" - a room about backpacking would be a great choice!

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Dept of Ping

Here we reveal, rank, and applaud the homeservers with the lowest ping, as measured by pingbot, a maubot that you can host on your own server.

#ping:maunium.net

Join #ping:maunium.net to experience the fun live, and to find out how to add YOUR server to the game.

RankHostnameMedian MS
1maunium.net252
2nerdhouse.io259
3tcpip.uk278.5
4rom4nik.pl280
5shortestpath.dev330
6nevarro.space356
7pleasemakemeri.ch450
8forgedtheir.phd540
9badti.me558
10matrix.rainer-zufall.tk598

#ping-no-synapse:maunium.net

Join #ping-no-synapse:maunium.net to experience the fun live, and to find out how to add YOUR server to the game.

RankHostnameMedian MS
1dendrite.s3cr3t.me138
2inet6.in154
3kumma.juttu.asia159
4dendrite.matrix.org213
5kanp.ai221
6inu.is224
7pleasemakemeri.ch340
8herkinf.de362
9matrix.amcforum.wiki414
10matrix.its-tps.fr423

That's all I know

See you next week, and be sure to stop by #twim:matrix.org with your updates!

Call for Participation to the FOSDEM 2024 Matrix Devroom

10.11.2023 15:00 — General Thib

Building on last year's success, the Matrix.org Foundation is excited to host a Matrix.org Foundation and Community devroom in person this year again at FOSDEM. Half a day of talks, demos and workshops around Matrix itself and projects built on top of Matrix.

We encourage people working on the Matrix protocol or building on it in an open source project to submit a proposal! Note that companies are welcome to talk about the Matrix details of their open source projects, but marketing talks are not welcome.

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This Week in Matrix 2023-11-03

03.11.2023 00:00 — This Week in Matrix Thib

Matrix Live

Dept of Social Good 🙆

Josh Simmons announces

The Matrix.org Foundation is proud to join with Mozilla, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and over 400 security experts, researchers, and NGOs in sounding the alarm about the EU's proposed eIDAS reform.

As written, the proposal radically expands the ability of governments to surveil their citizens and residents across the EU.

We encourage citizens and residents of the EU to pay close attention and look for ways to get involved – urgently.

Dept of Spec 📜

Andrew Morgan (anoa) reports

Here's your weekly spec update! The heart of Matrix is the specification - and this is modified by Matrix Spec Change (MSC) proposals. Learn more about how the process works at https://spec.matrix.org/proposals.

MSC Status

New MSCs:

MSCs in Final Comment Period:

  • No MSCs are in FCP.

Accepted MSCs:

  • No MSCs were accepted this week.

Closed MSCs:

  • No MSCs were closed/rejected this week.

Spec Updates

IETF 118 is happening next week, and as per usual we'll be there participating as the Matrix.org foundation! We're working away at drafts in the hopes of converging with the MIMI design team and working group on a new MIMI protocol. Said protocol will hopefully allow the various gatekeepers and other players to have interoperable instant messaging, under the requirements laid out by the EU's Digital Markets Act.

Travis, Matthew and others have been spearheading this work in various areas, with myself helping out on the content format side of things. More to come post-IETF 118!

Random MSC of the Week

The random MSC of the week is... MSC2413: Remove client_secret!

This is an MSC written by yours truly! I have no influence over what the script chooses, the script is it's own master.

This (quite old now) proposal aims to argue that the client_secret parameter on various third-party ID-related endpoints in the spec is not necessary. As we already have a server-generated session_id which can be used to identify a particular client's session and validate that the client is allowed to interact with the session (by way of knowing its ID).

Essentially, we have two values in play where we only practically need one. This spec aims to simplify things, as well as reduce the amount of client-controlled parameters are involved in third-party ID processes (which can be a bit finicky as they often interact with external systems).

I have yet to update this or really do anything with it for the past few years. But it exists, and now you know!

Dept of Servers 🏢

Synapse (website)

Synapse is a Matrix homeserver implementation developed by the matrix.org core team

Erik reports

This week released a patch release (v1.95.1) that fixes a moderate security issue in Synapse. See the advisory for more details.

We also released an RC (v1.96.0rc1) with some new module APIs, experimental support for running multiple receipt workers, and the usual tranche of bugfixes.

The team has also been looking at performance improvements, and some low-hanging fruits have already landed on develop.

Dept of Clients 📱

Nheko (website)

Desktop client for Matrix using Qt and C++17.

Nico announces

This week was mostly polishing trying to make the Qt6 version of Nheko stable enough for a release. However I also got to close some ancient issues like search stopping pagination randomly.

One fun issue was, that you currently can't sign in with any mxid longer than 128 characters... When we first started to persist data in Nheko (before I joined the project), we ensured the database was unique by storing the database in a file named after the hex encoded mxid. However most filesystems have a file name limit of 255 characters or so... However, we are not in 2017 anymore, so we switched to hashing the mxid, which ensures the database name will always have a constant length, that is legal on most filesystems (sorry, no DOS support for you!).

Another fun change is that Nheko now reduces how often it syncs, when the window is unfocused for a while. This decreases how much power Nheko uses on my system by quite a bit, since it used to sync 5-10 times a second before just to process typing notifications in some unimportant room... Now it will at most sync once a second (if the window is unfocused for 30s or more). This means you will still receive important messages immediately unless someone was typing immediately before it, in which case it might be delayed by up to one second. I guess most people won't even notice this change.

We also tried to get a working msix package of Nheko. The biggest blocker currently is signing it with a useful certificate, but there are also a few minor issues like notifications not showing the pretty app name and the protocol handler not forwarding the url. If we can resolve those, we might provide an MSIX in the future instead of the traditional installer, which should allow for automatic updates on Windows, might make Nheko on the Windows Store possible and is also a smaller package with more security options. Half of the time was spent on reducing our compile times though, since with this new build step we hit the 1 hour build time limit quite a lot (on a clean cache run).

Nheko now also uses im.nheko.Nheko as the appid on all platforms and there are also some fun, non-code things happening behind the scenes, which might show up in TWIM in the future!

I wish you all a wonderful weekend and maybe give the nightlies a go and report regressions you want fixed before a potential release!

Element X iOS (website)

A total rewrite of Element-iOS using the Matrix Rust SDK underneath and targeting devices running iOS 16+.

Doug announces

This week we’ve been focused on releasing version 1.4, which is now available on TestFlight and should be making its way to the App Store next week. The following features have been enabled:

  • User Mention Pills and Suggestions.
  • Voice Messages.
  • Starting a Call from inside a room.
  • Screen Lock with a PIN code, Touch ID or Face ID.

This version also lays the groundwork ready for us to enable key backup support and you may find that after cross signing a fresh session, some parts of the backup start to work in the background (no promises though).

Element X Android (website)

Android Matrix messenger application using the Matrix Rust Sdk and Jetpack Compose

benoit announces

  • We have released Element X Android 0.3.0 on Tuesday and it’s now available for beta testers on the PlayStore.
  • Voice Messages, Element Call, PIN code are available
  • We are also working on member suggestions in the message composer.
  • KeyBackup is also available but behind a feature flag for now, to give time to fix the latest issues.

Element Web/Desktop (website)

Secure and independent communication, connected via Matrix. Come talk with us in #element-web:matrix.org!

Danielle reports

Element Web/Desktop

  • This week we're back on track with notifications! Next week's release will contain fixes for problems that happen when messages are deleted, and the following release will contain fixes for editing messages.
  • On the new room header and right panel we’re nearly ready for a ‘proper’ launch. Releasing the new version to all users, not just those on Develop or Nightly. We’ll continue to iterate once the first version has landed but we’re really proud of the new design direction.
  • And, work progresses on our project to automate some of our CI processes!

Dept of Widgets 🧩

NeoBoard

Milton Moura announces

We are pleased to announce that NeoBoard had it's first major release, v1.0.0!

NeoBoard is an open-source collaborative whiteboard widget for Matrix! It's an ideal tool for creating and sharing content, conducting presentations, and collaborating with colleagues or friends. All data is stored as Matrix events within the Matrix room, leveraging Matrix's native end-to-end encryption, decentralization and data privacy features.

This update is our first stable release and includes some new features:

  • Buttons to easily navigate to the next and previous slide in a presentation
  • Support for PDF file export
  • Editing slides while in presentation mode

If you are interested in the gory details, please watch our presentation at the Matrix Community Summit 2023 for a deep dive into what NeoBoard is and how it's implemented.

You can also try it out right now by adding it as a widget to a room following these instructions.

The NeoBoard is the latest widget from Nordeck. Please direct any questions to us at #nordeck:matrix.org.

Dept of Encryption 🔐

libolm

uhoreg announces

The JavaScript package for libolm is now available at npmjs.com. This means that your package.json files no longer have to include the full URL for the package, and can just include the version specifier. This was the last package type that was relying on the gitlab.matrix.org package registry.

Dept of SDKs and Frameworks 🧰

matrix-rust-sdk (website)

Next-gen crypto-included SDK for developing Clients, Bots and Appservices; written in Rust with bindings for Node, Swift and WASM

Jonas Platte says

This week, we did a lot of bug fixing and refactoring, notably compile times and binary sizes should be down due to the trimming of our dependency tree. We also made a bunch of progress on key backup support, with the crypto-crate level support being moved out of its feature flag soon (stabilization of the functionality in the higher-level crate will follow).

matrix-bot-sdk (website)

A TypeScript/JavaScript SDK for Matrix bots

TravisR announces

v0.7.0 is here! The bot-sdk is generally fairly stable as it's a very low-level SDK over top of the Matrix Client-Server and Appservice APIs, meaning it gets few releases. This might change in the future, but for now its twice-yearly release has happened 🎉

This release's highlight is a PostgreSQL storage provider to accompany the existing filesystem storage provider. Like SimpleFsStorageProvider, it's not great, but it does work. Other changes and details are available in the changelog: https://github.com/turt2live/matrix-bot-sdk/releases/tag/v0.7.0

Matrix Federation Stats

Aine reports

collected by MatrixRooms.info - an MRS instance by etke.cc

As of today, 8679 Matrix federateable servers have been discovered by matrixrooms.info, 2096 (24.2%) of them are publishing their rooms directory over federation. The published directories contain 272740 rooms.

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Dept of Ping

Here we reveal, rank, and applaud the homeservers with the lowest ping, as measured by pingbot, a maubot that you can host on your own server.

#ping:maunium.net

Join #ping:maunium.net to experience the fun live, and to find out how to add YOUR server to the game.

RankHostnameMedian MS
1nerdhouse.io254.5
2damaj.tech273.5
3tcpip.uk283.5
4maescool.be285
5pain.agency623
6rom4nik.pl630.5
7matrix.its-tps.fr667
8mailstation.de976
9casavant.org1060.5
10matrix.netho.tk1093

#ping-no-synapse:maunium.net

Join #ping-no-synapse:maunium.net to experience the fun live, and to find out how to add YOUR server to the game.

RankHostnameMedian MS
1frei.chat161
2kanp.ai183
3spqr2gang.com192
4herkinf.de221
5matrix.org231
6777.tf355
7inu.is436
8matrix.its-tps.fr446.5
9shiftsystems.net508
10matrix.hirameki.me526

That's all I know

See you next week, and be sure to stop by #twim:matrix.org with your updates!

This Week in Matrix 2023-10-27

27.10.2023 00:00 — This Week in Matrix Thib

Matrix Live

Dept of Status of Matrix 🌡️

Josh Simmons says

A couple months in, it’s a joy and a privilege to introduce myself as the first Managing Director of The Matrix.org Foundation! Read my intro post to learn more about me, the work ahead, what you can do to help, and how the leaders of other open source foundations are reacting to my appointment.

I’m thrilled to take this opportunity to also announce the Office of the Matrix.org Foundation, a new room that offers a direct line to me and the rest of the small but mighty team behind the Foundation. Come say hi! 👋🏻

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