โœจ Gonna be releasing a server build soon here deavmi.assigned.network/projec โœจ

๐Ÿ’ป There will also be a client here deavmi.assigned.network/projec

Will let you guys know when it is released and there is a public server available for testing (there will most likely be a few public servers available - as we will want to test inter-server mail exchange (even though it works))

Been coding a lot lately. What I want to get done is the whole Butterfly stack, so backend, frontend and API.

The API and backend are basically done but there are some minor improvements I want to work on. As for the frontend - well that is coming along well and I am almost done

Try the IPv4 clearnet for reddawn648 shown here

deavmi.assigned.network/projec

irc://41.157.98.109:9006

Apparently @skiqqy 's node is offline or something

The idea that employers should have to pay for healthcare is anti-small-business

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What's interesting about current state of XMPP clients is that modern clients like Conversations or Dino are basically useless.

Maybe older clients were not so friendly to user (they more seemed like they hate normal people) but they had more features.

Did you know that most jabber servers have commands that you can just execute through UI? These are called Ad-Hoc commands.

Modern clients usually forget about this feature. Conversations developer says it's "admin thing" and he won't implement this. But if you are using some kind of transports, you may know that he isn't right.

You may say "but that's mobile client" and you know, everything social is in mobile phones right now do you like it or not.

Also, I had all of this that DO NOT present in Conversations on a J2ME phone with 700 kilobytes of heap and the whole app was like around megabyte of Java code.
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