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10 Mar 2024
@wsdjeg:mozilla.orgEric Wong changed their display name from wsdjeg to Eric Wong.10:37:53
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22 Mar 2024
@vedantmgoyal2009:gitter.imVedanthttps://github.com/rustreleaser-org - please star this repo, I need to reach 100 stars so I can setup open source collective (https://docs.oscollective.org/getting-started/how-to-apply/github-verification)15:58:24
23 Mar 2024
@jgonggrijp-59b2ff26d73408ce4f74f2f9:gitter.imJulian Gonggrijp

Vedant: Please don't send the same message to multiple channels. I understand you want to reach as many people as possible, but you can already do so by just picking one room with a lot of members. If you do cross-post, you risk annoying people who visit more than one of them.

Besides, this channel in particular is about gitter, not about development of other projects or audience recruitment.

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@vedantmgoyal2009:gitter.imVedantOkay, will remember this next time 🙂03:42:22
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@supermaxusa-61d94c726da03739848ddca6:gitter.imSuperMaxusa Hello, I have some problem with encrypted messages in rooms (m.megolm.v1.aes-sha2), which opened by me.
When user sends a message, (from Gitter or other synapse instance) I can't read it, instead I get an error: ** Unable to decrypt: DecryptionError: The sender's device has not sent us the keys for this message. **. I use a second password for a encrypted sessions, on other clients (FluffyChat, Matrix for Android) it's the same.
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@supermaxusa-61d94c726da03739848ddca6:gitter.imSuperMaxusa * Hello, I have some problem with encrypted messages in rooms (m.megolm.v1.aes-sha2), which opened by me.
When user sends a message, (from Gitter or other synapse instance) I can't read it, instead I get an error: ** Unable to decrypt: DecryptionError: The sender's device has not sent us the keys for this message. **. I use a second password for a encrypted sessions, on other clients (FluffyChat, Element for Android) it's the same.
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6 Apr 2024
@josephj11-5a3f34bfd73408ce4f84a5df:gitter.imjosephj11 (Joe)This isn't the best place to ask for project related tihings, but: IDK where a better place is. Just curious: I looked at your GH page and it looks like you're currently a one person project. Given that, whey wouldn't you start out using a personal funding method? Anything like PayPal, Patreon, or a Bitcoin public key would do just fine. Unless you think you can get organizational funding, there's probably no need for something like the OSC yet. Once you have a record of donations, etc., that should make it easier to convince larger donors that your project has legs. The project I work with gets occasional offers of funds, but we're too small to use a service like this and have more than one contributor, so so a simple funding method like the above won't work for us either.13:02:56
@josephj11-5a3f34bfd73408ce4f84a5df:gitter.imjosephj11 (Joe) * This isn't the best place to ask for project related tihings, but:
IDK where a better place is.
Just curious: I looked at your GH page and it looks like you're currently a one person project. Given that, why wouldn't you start out using a personal funding method? Anything like PayPal, Patreon, or a Bitcoin public key would do just fine. Unless you think you can get organizational funding, there's probably no need for something like the OSC yet. Once you have a record of donations, etc., that should make it easier to convince larger donors that your project has legs. The project I work with gets occasional offers of funds, but we're too small to use a service like this and have more than one contributor, so so a simple funding method like the above won't work for us either.
13:03:29
@josephj11-5a3f34bfd73408ce4f84a5df:gitter.imjosephj11 (Joe) * This isn't the best place to ask for project related things, but:
IDK where a better place is.
Just curious: I looked at your GH page and it looks like you're currently a one person project. Given that, why wouldn't you start out using a personal funding method? Anything like PayPal, Patreon, or a Bitcoin public key would do just fine. Unless you think you can get organizational funding, there's probably no need for something like the OSC yet. Once you have a record of donations, etc., that should make it easier to convince larger donors that your project has legs. The project I work with gets occasional offers of funds, but we're too small to use a service like this and have more than one contributor, so so a simple funding method like the above won't work for us either.
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11 Apr 2024
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21 Apr 2024
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@haggen-52f27b485e986b0712ef6065:gitter.imhaggen (Arthur Corenzan)Hi, I'm using matrix-bot-sdk to make bot that connect to Gitter, but I'm having issues; I need to provide an access token to the bot but, a) if I provide the access token from Element it whines saying the key has already been used, and c) if I try to login to acquire a new access token it says "Password login is disabled". How can I authenticate my bot? By the way, the bot has worked in the past, the issue started when I changed servers.18:48:40
@haggen-52f27b485e986b0712ef6065:gitter.imhaggen (Arthur Corenzan)Oh and I don't remember how I got it working the first time around.18:50:00
22 Apr 2024
@josephj11-5a3f34bfd73408ce4f84a5df:gitter.imjosephj11 (Joe) No idea, but I have forgotten too many things like that. Whenever I figure out something now, I create a small text file of how I did it and put in my howto directory subtree in an appropriate directory. I also use Zim wikis for taking notes. It support images, links and other markdown, but is very easy to use.07:25:54

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