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    Beyond Chat – multimediale Räume mit Matrix

    debacle · pubsub.movim.eu / berlin-xmpp-meetup · Thursday, 1 April - 09:45 edit

Beyond Chat – multimediale Räume mit Matrix

This time, we will have two talks!

First, a short howto style about Client Certificate Authentication mit XMPP (XEP-0178) and a longer one Beyond Chat – multimediale Räume mit Matrix with time for discussion.

Probably both talks will be held in de_DE.

When? Wednesday, 2021-04-14 18:00 CEST (always 2ⁿᵈ Wednesday of every month)

Where? Online, via our MUC (xmpp:berlin-meetup@conference.conversations.im?join). A Jitsi video conference will be announced there.

See you then!

#jabber #xmpp #community #berlin #meetup #chat #federation #pki #certificate #ca #multimedia #matrix

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    What have you been playing recently, come tell your thoughts

    news.movim.eu / GamingOnLinux · Saturday, 27 March - 11:54 · 1 minute

It's the weekend and it has again been a while since we had a community talking point article, so here we are!

Time to make a cup of your favourite brew, put on some headphones, turn the volume up and get some serious gaming done. The question is though: what play button do we click on? What game eats up all of our time?

For a lot of people that will be a stupid question as the answer is probably…Valheim. It certainly is for me, as it's an absolutely fantastic experience . In my own play-through, the second boss has recently been defeated after a casual 50+ hours and it just keeps on getting better. So much to see and do, so much to discover and get excited about.

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If you're interested, a developer on Twitter made a thread about some Valheim performance troubles and it's an interesting little read. Now that Iron Gate have plenty of monies from over 6 million sales , hopefully they can get someone in to go through the game and optimize it some more.

Valheim has sucked me in so much so that I've not had much time to go back to the also excellent Loop Hero, which is sat in my library begging to be played. It feels good to have so many great games waiting though!

Over to you in the comments: what have you been playing recently? Do tell us your thoughts on it.

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    ZeroSpam

    debacle · pubsub.movim.eu / berlin-xmpp-meetup · Monday, 8 March - 20:45 edit

ZeroSpam

We will talk about Spam in the context of XMPP.

Holger (i.a. ejabberd developer and admin of the XMPP provider conversations.im and the instance of Freie Universität Berlin) and Ge0rG (i.a. author of the spam manifesto https://github.com/JabberSPAM/jabber-spam-fighting-manifesto, heavy user of the Prosody module mod_firewall and developer of the XMPP client yaxim) will give talks. MattJ (i.a. author of mod_firewall and Snikket) will join the meetup.

Afterwards, we will discuss the three types of spam: registration spam, presence subscription spam and spam messages (directly or via public group chats).

When? Wednesday, 2021-03-10 18:00 CET (always 2ⁿᵈ Wednesday of every month)

Where? Online, via our channel (xmpp:berlin-meetup@conference.conversations.im?join). A Jitsi Meet video conference will be announced there some minutes before the meeting starts.

See you then!

#jabber #xmpp #spam #chat #freesoftware #prosody #yaxim #jabberspam #snikket #meetup #berlin #community

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    What have you been playing recently? Come chit-chat with us

    news.movim.eu / GamingOnLinux · Sunday, 14 February - 17:24 · 1 minute

It's been quite a while since we had a community chat post for Linux gaming, so let's get it going again: what have you been gaming on Linux lately?

There's so many games releasing all the time, along with cloud gaming very much being a thing that you can game across all sorts of Linux devices now. New isn't always better though of course and I often go back to the comfort of a few "safety" games that I know I will enjoy. Lately, that's been a likely unhealthy amount of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive .

With the latest Operation named Broken Fang, it pulled in the a Retakes game mode and I have to say, I have been enjoying that massively. It's much quicker to get through, with the T side planting the bomb as soon as a round starts. Smaller levels along with picking your loadout from cards, it really has mixed up how to play CS:GO for the better. The Wingman mode is also a huge amount of fun with quick 2v2 rounds. Well worth looking into if you've not played either modes.

Apart from that, I can't get away without mentioning Valheim , the singleplayer and co-op Viking survival game. It's simply brilliant. I've been happily playing it alone, as I'm just constantly discovering new things and it's a real joy while now and then hopping into the community-run GamingOnLinux servers (info in our Discord ) to see what amazing creations people have done with the building tools.

Over to you in the comments: what's been pulling you in lately and are you enjoying it? Give over your latest recommendation to fellow readers.

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    Year of the OX: OpenPGP for XMPP

    debacle · pubsub.movim.eu / berlin-xmpp-meetup · Monday, 1 February - 02:02 edit

In February 2021, this month, starts the year of the ox. At Berlin XMPP meetup, we will celebrate the new year with an introductionary talk about "XEP-0373: OpenPGP for XMPP" and "XEP-0374: OpenPGP for XMPP Instant Messaging" and the panel of experts:

  • DebXWoody (implementor of OX in Profanity)
  • defanor (implementor of OX in rexmpp)
  • Florian (co-author of the OX standards)
  • lovetox (implementor of OX for Gajim)
  • Paul (implementor of OX in Smack)

When? Wednesday, 2021-02-10 18:00 CET (always 2ⁿᵈ Wednesday of every month)

Where? Online, via our MUC (xmpp:berlin-meetup@conference.conversations.im?join). A Jitsi video conference will be announced there.

See you then!

#yearoftheox #openpgp #xmpp #ox #jabber #encryption #e2ee #privacy #omemo #🐂️ #berlin #meetup #community #profanity #rexmpp #gajim #smack

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    What have you been gaming on Linux recently? Come have a chat

    news.movim.eu / GamingOnLinux · Sunday, 8 November - 10:17 · 1 minute

It's been a little while since we had a community-chat post to round-up what you've all been gaming on Linux lately, so let's have a chat shall we.

We're all a bit spoilt for choice thanks to the likes of native Linux games, Steam Play Proton, cloud game streaming, lots of great emulators and more that you can all do right on Linux. This often makes choosing a game to play rather difficult doesn't it? It does for me.

I end up quite often going back to what I see as comfort games, those that you can just repeat over and over and you know them well, like a gaming comfort blanket with the likes of XCOM 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Streets of Rogue and others but there's a new one in my own personal list: Ziggurat 2 which released into Early Access with Linux support in late October .

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Milkstone Studios seem to have crafted an absolutely magical first-person dungeon crawler, that I can quite easily see myself putting hundreds of hours into. There's something so supremely satisfying about running around a room waving a wand or a staff around, unleashing powering magics on somewhat freaky enemies (like those damn running carrots). When you get into the boss battles, it really gets you blood flowing too.

Over to you in the comments: what have you been gaming on Linux lately? Let us know what you've newly discovered, what you keep going back to and more.

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    The weekend chat - what have you been playing?

    news.movim.eu / GamingOnLinux · Sunday, 13 September, 2020 - 18:05 · 1 minute

The ending of another week is just about here, ready to begin anew. Before Monday comes knocking, it's time for the usual GOL community chat post.

For us over here at GOL, there's been plenty of Left 4 Dead 2 while we wait for the upcoming community expansion with The Last Stand . Our streamer Sin has been doing a bunch live on our Twitch Channel and it's been absolutely hilarious. Left 4 Dead 2 released around 11 years ago and it holds up incredibly well. Still hugely popular overall too, with it regularly pulling in close to around 20K players each day.

Personally, I've been torn between a few titles lately. Colmen's Quest turned out to be a pretty great turn-based RPG that sucked me in but looking after the bees in APICO has been absolute joy that I'm seriously excited to see what the developers do with further development to APICO. I've also attempted to learn some game development with GDevelop , which is a surprisingly versatile tool. You can really get going quickly with 2D games on it. I'm also personally very much looking forward to seeing Songs of Syx release in just over a week on September 21, bringing in another interesting city-builder with some grand strategy elements.

Over to you in the comments: what have you been playing? Is it good, is it terrible? Unload your thoughts.

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