@sindastra @dino Experimental support for collapsing on small widths is on a feature branch and will likely be merged at some point.
Someone made a video of how it works: https://mamot.fr/@thibaultamartin/103829274414213063
Here's the issue: https://github.com/dino/dino/issues/731
Dino 0.1 is released! 🎉
Dino is a secure and open-source application for decentralized messaging. It uses the XMPP (“Jabber”) protocol and is interoperable with other XMPP clients and servers. We aim to provide an intuitive, clean and modern user interface.
Release blog post: https://dino.im/blog/2020/01/dino-0.1-release/
In Dino those settings are called "Members only" (on) and "Discover real JIDs" (Anyone). We plan to have different creation flows for Groups and Channels in the future and will then pre-configure the MUC appropriately.
Conversations also generates the default avatars of public Channels from member avatars. Dino recently stopped doing that and now only does that for Groups, hence the explanatory toot.
Yes, if a name or description is set, Dino will show it also for Groups. The list of names is only the default.
For the XMPP sprint last weekend we rented a house near Stockholm instead of using a conference room. We worked together on implementing and improving a new group chat bookmarks specification, Jingle interoperability issues and a future landing page for new XMPP users. There have been long nights and tasty crêpes. #XMPP #XMPPSprint #Stockholm
Support for #Jingle file transfer over #SOCKS5 was merged into #Dino. SOCKS5 enables data transfer without an intermediary but also supports transfer via a server if a #firewall prohibits direct transfer. Data transfer over the #XMPP stream ("In-Band-Bytestream") has an overhead due to encoding, but serves as a fallback if http file upload and SOCKS5 fail.
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