@kelbie okay, looks like it's done - at least server side.
I'll check out the sources of the app I'm using, just to make sure it's done locally too. I might open a PR if that's not the case :)
@kelbie I saw a discussione about that yesterday: the main point was that this design is actually pretty cool, to remove the fake sense of privacy that Twitter's DMs give.
There's no E2E encryption, so messages are not private at all. Not that @nvk is bad, but what if the hosting provider decides to "have a look" into the instance *they* host?
My proposal would be to completely remove them, and encourage users to communicate using something else.
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