Matrix Ecosystem Updates
, Qt desktop client announced release v0.4.0. From their own changlog:
- Basic member list
- Basic room settings menu
- Support for displaying stickers
- Fuzzy search for rooms
for more information.mujx
have released v0.1.28
- couple of new features plus fixes.
Fractal of course have their in-person meeting coming up soon, and are looking forward to GSoCers getting onboard.https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/fractal
is keeping the pace up on neo
. New version (alpha0.03
), new website
Rollup of changes since last week includes
- settings menu
- unread counts
- room invite handling
- video thumbnails
and a lot more.f0x
Ever modest, tulir
has been tearing through issues and fixes over on gomuks
. I'm quite excited to have a matrix-native console client getting up to speed so fast.tulir
One of the riot developers, luke
has a fun side-project called Journal
, this being a blogging platform built on matrix.
The big news this week being that I'm going to redesign the interface to focus on the personal blog use-case, optimising for easy setup and easy blog post sharing. And hopefully push a 1.0 release that I'd be happy to use as my own personal blog.
Worth noting that the linked project page (Journal
) is itself
a blog using journal (the url might give you a hint of this!)luke
Bridges and other projects
reports an update for synapse-diaspora-auth
. New documenation on how to integrate with mxisd, plus email syncing from diaspora.Po Shamil
is now at v0.2.0-rc1
There are several changes moving this project along, but checking out the change list I can see there were a bunch of contributors to thank, (eeeeeta, Sorunome, TravisR), which is super-cool to see.Half-Shot
This week kitsune
has been focused on 'GTAD (Generate Things from API Description)', which is a code generator for C++, taking API description in Swagger/OpenAPI as it's source. Now at version 0.5, apparently GTAD
can generate correct buildable (and runnable) code to convert data structures used in CS API between JSON and C++ - for the entirety of CS API calls. That basically means that libqmatrixclient gains (so far low-level) C++ CS API for all calls in The Spec and will follow updates to it.
This is super-exciting, especially as we are going to see discussion and progress on the spec...