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bug#51696: Request: Adopt the unofficial GUIX community on Matrix

From: Maxim Cournoyer
Subject: bug#51696: Request: Adopt the unofficial GUIX community on Matrix
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2021 20:58:25 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.2 (gnu/linux)

Hi Jacob,

Jacob Hrbek <kreyren@rixotstudio.cz> writes:

>> I was curious because you said in your experience the clients other than 
>> Element worked well (which is not my experience). -- Maxim
> To clarify I meant that I didn't experience any issues sending or receiving 
> messages on those clients and I asked "Is there any reason why should I check 
> them?" in case you are aware of an issue that I should check.
>> When I used tried using it a couple years back it was consuming easily 1 GiB 
>> of memory in the browser, sometimes 2. -- Maxim
> The initial sync takes around this on my system as well which seems to grow 
> depending on the complexity of the account e.g. account that joined X amount 
> of channels and sent X amount of messages will need more resources for the 
> login
> procedure due to the zero knowledge federation.

I see.  For my usage, that's too much, as I'm not comfortable dedicating
up to a quarter of my system memory for a real time text messaging

> Could you try the client again for fresh data ideally outside of the 
> matrix.org homeserver? I always have issues on the upstream homeserver so it 
> makes me feel like its not representative of the network.
> ---
> FWIW there is a script for weechat that integrates matrix as well.

Yes, I'm aware of it; as I wrote earlier, I had tried it and found it
too buggy to be usable, unfortunately.

Could you clarify what benefits would "adopting" the Matrix channel and
space provide?  Isn't there already a bridge to libera.chat (thus #guix)
in Matrix?



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