On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 9:29 PM Carlos E. R.
On 29/05/2021 00.11, Bernd Ritter wrote:
the internet has always been fragmented. It even has been designed that
way. And especially IRC was already grouped into
My irc clients all support multiple irc connections and I use them all
to have my channel windows available.
A centralized solution like Discord or else just gives more power to a
Think then of Usenet instead. A client connects to a server that has a
database of "all" the messages, but the messages are propagated to and
from many other servers. To a user it does not matter what server he
connects to, the "nntp:opensuse" group will be the same everywhere.
Maybe with delays.
That's pretty much the Matrix model. Every user from each server
connecting to it has those replicated and can see them. That's a big
part of how its decentralized model works.
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