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@me:shahpaarth.comPaarth Shah - Github Maintainer
In reply to @raitobezarius:matrix.org
Is there any active maintenance over matrix-nio those days?
Short answer no as I've had a kinda absurd work schedule (and a promotion, wooo lol)
But I'll be getting back into the swing of things this week or so: I appreciate you mentioning them and I did see them earlier 🙂
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@me:shahpaarth.comPaarth Shah - Github Maintainer
In reply to @raitobezarius:matrix.org
Is there any active maintenance over matrix-nio those days?
* Short answer no as I've had a kinda absurd work schedule recently (and a promotion, wooo lol)
But I'll be getting back into the swing of things this week or so: I appreciate you mentioning them and I did see them earlier 🙂
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@me:shahpaarth.comPaarth Shah - Github Maintainer raitobezarius: I went ahead and approved the workflow runs for tests etc! 07:27:57
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@maxi:millian.seMaximillianDoes Nio support verifying a session using a security key?22:23:31
28 Feb 2024
@nex:nexy7574.co.uknex (she/her)
In reply to @alturiak:pack.rocks
Well, it would seem there is no easy way to be certain. is_direct=True in the InviteEvent seems to be accurate for DMs, but for some reason I'm getting two InviteEvents per actual invite - one of which doesn't have is_direct set at all.
And invites to group chats don't seem to set is_direct at all either.
The two InviteEvents are confusing me. Are there different versions of InviteEvents and all are sent for backwards compatibility?
is_direct is an optional flag clients can choose to send
01:03:17
@nex:nexy7574.co.uknex (she/her)

Ideally you'd check account data for m.direct AND is_direct

01:03:30
@nex:nexy7574.co.uknex (she/her) *

Ideally you'd check account data for m.direct AND is_direct in the wvwnts

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@nex:nexy7574.co.uknex (she/her) *

Ideally you'd check account data for m.direct AND is_direct in the events

01:03:44
29 Feb 2024
@me:shahpaarth.comPaarth Shah - Github Maintainer
In reply to @maxi:millian.se
Does Nio support verifying a session using a security key?
As in using FIDO2? Not specifically
04:54:24
@maxi:millian.seMaximillianWhen you log in, you're asked to verify your session. On Element (and other clients), you get the option to verify using your security key. I don't know what FIDO2 is; is that it?14:22:20
@maxi:millian.seMaximillianI don't know how it works under the hood. I just know that I want security key verification. Do you think that'd be difficult to implement using Nio?14:27:08
@nex:nexy7574.co.uknex (she/her)FIDO2 is a physical security key, such as a YubiKey. I think the security key you're referring to is the one that element generates for you (or your security passphrase if you chose that option instead)18:02:22
@nex:nexy7574.co.uknex (she/her) * FIDO2 is usually a physical security key, such as a YubiKey. I think the security key you're referring to is the one that element generates for you (or your security passphrase if you chose that option instead)18:02:30
@maxi:millian.seMaximillianI see. Yes, that is to what I'm referring.18:22:30
4 Mar 2024
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@adam:bostoncoop.netAdam

I followed the instructions here to create a client that manually verifies devices. Everything is working fine except messages sent by the client itself have a red shield with "Encrypted by a device not verified by its owner." Any tips to fix that? It seems like the client.trust_devices(botname) function is only seeing other sessions, not the one it created. I have the line

        client.trust_devices(ALICE_USER_ID)

which I thought would avoid this problem.

22:16:00
@adam:bostoncoop.netAdam *

I followed the instructions here to create a client that manually verifies devices. Everything is working fine except messages sent by the client itself have a red shield with "Encrypted by a device not verified by its owner." Any tips to fix that? It seems like the client.trust_devices(botname) function is only seeing other sessions, not the one it created. I have the line

        client.trust_devices(ALICE_USER_ID)

which I thought would avoid this problem.

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