i am thinking of using this as a irc replacement as it seems pretty cool to use and really easy to setup.
It’s a good idea, it’s a lot more easy than IRC. I looked, Rocket Chat doesn’t support full end-to-end encryption yet but I searched, there is no other applications which support e2e encryption so…
This app may be interresting too :
irc it self has no end to end encryption but as it is ran on a server and if it was forced over https that would help a bit for the rocket.chat the reason i like it is it is simple to install and has apps for phones. this is useful for me at least as i want to help people from my phone when im out and about.
the idea is that people can get help when they need it. also gives a place to talk to people about QuickBox there would be no need for e2e encryption as the chat is stored on the server.
It just could be cool if the server didn’t store anything…
Regarding this discussion, do you think it could be useful to create a gitter discussion for dev, linked with the Quickbox Gitlab ?
Seems really interesting.
Tried to load up IRC last night but it didn’t work. Probably my issue as it was late and I was tired. Been years since using IRC.