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Re: The messenger service is ready to use

From: TheJackiMonster
Subject: Re: The messenger service is ready to use
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2021 15:41:31 +0100
User-agent: Evolution 3.38.4

Hi Karl,

so basically a feature like exporting a stream of messages into a file,
transporting the file via any external media and importing the messages
from the file to a peer would help, right?

I think that's possible to integrate because messages get verified with
the senders identity key pair (ego) rather than using the key pair from
a certain peer.

I would think a feature like this could be implemented together with a
function to backup chats into external files. Theoretically this is
already possible because I have structured the storage in multiple
directories which allows quite individual access for such a task but a
good UI would definitely help.


On Wed, 2021-03-10 at 09:30 -0500, Karl wrote:
> Hi Jacki,
> > I just got the last pieces done to complete the core functionality of
> > the messenger service I'm working on for a while. So it is updated on
> > the main branch now and can be build by enabling the experimental
> > flag.
> > (I think it's best letting it experimental until a next major
> > release.)
> I just found your thread.  Thank you for your wonderful work.
> I don't know what your protocol looks like, but please consider the
> needs of people using airgapped sneakernet in future design work.  Not
> everybody can keep data uncompromised on a networked system.  PGP and I
> believe Signal are workable across sneakernet, but secushare didn't
> design for the usecase, requiring networked keys.
> Regardless, the world needs a core peer to peer messaging system, and
> anything you can publish is incredible.
> Be well.

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