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      Le film Barbie est-il le nouveau Matrix ?

      news.movim.eu / Numerama · Thursday, 20 July, 2023 - 14:13

    Barbie, le film porté par Margot Robbie et Ryan Gosling est pétri de parallèles avec Matrix. Et l'œuvre de Greta Gerwig s'en rapprochait vraiment, sous une forme de relecture : la matrice du patriarcat ? Cette analyse contient des spoilers sur le déroulé et la fin du film. [Lire la suite]

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      Le film Barbie sera Matrix avec Margot Robbie, la bande-annonce le prouve

      news.movim.eu / Numerama · Saturday, 27 May, 2023 - 15:05

    Dans la dernière bande-annonce de Barbie, le film avec Margot Robbie et Ryan Gosling, on trouve une immense référence à Matrix, sur laquelle tout le film semble bâti. Et si le long-métrage de Greta Gerwig était un remake de Matrix ne disant pas son nom ? [Lire la suite]

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      La Matrix en ligne, faite avec amour et pleins de paramètres trop cools

      news.movim.eu / Korben · Thursday, 17 November, 2022 - 08:00 · 1 minute

    Ah Matrix ! Quel film ! Quel univers ! Quel mythe !

    Combien d’entre nous ont succombé au fameux économiseur d’écran de la matrice qui fait défiler les fameux caractères verts de recettes de sushis sur fond noir.

    Mais vous ne le savez peut-être pas, il existe différentes versions de cette matrice selon les films, sans compter toutes les versions non officielles.

    Difficile alors de trouver celle qu’on préfère. Toutefois, le développeur et artiste Rezmason a mis au point une version de la matrice entièrement personnalisable avec du JS et des SVG .

    Ainsi, vous pouvez déjà autohéberger votre propre version de Matrix, mais également la mettre à vos couleurs grâce à de nombreux paramètres comme la vélocité, l’angle, le style, les effets, la densité, la volumétrie, la lueur des lettres…etc.

    Ainsi, vous pouvez passer très facilement de ça :

    https://rezmason.github.io/matrix/?width=50&fallSpeed=0.1

    à ça :

    https://rezmason.github.io/matrix/?width=50&fallSpeed=0.1&version=3d

    en passant par ça :

    https://rezmason.github.io/matrix/?width=50&fallSpeed=0.1&effect=pride

    Vous pouvez même mettre une image en fond :

    https://rezmason.github.io/matrix/?width=50&fallSpeed=0.1&effect=image&url=https://korben.info/app/uploads/2018/01/site_logo-768x768.png

    Bref, tout est personnalisable, le code est tout vert ouvert et dans le futur, le développeur prévoit l’ajout d’un audio pour donner encore plus de réalisme à cette matrice ainsi que la mise à dispo d’une interface de configuration plus sympa que de devoir rajouter des paramètres dans l’URL.

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      Matrix vs. XMPP | Luke Smith's Webpage

      What are XMPP and Matrix and what makes them special? XMPP and Matrix are two decentralized and federated free sofware projects for chat, including true end-to-end encrypted chat. Users can either install the software on their own server if they want, but they can also easily register on any public server—both allow any XMPP or Matrix user to talk to users on their server or on any other one. In essence, it works like email: you might have an email account on a different site than your friend, but all accounts on all sites can communicate.

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      Serious vulnerabilities in Matrix’s end-to-end encryption are being patched

      news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Wednesday, 28 September, 2022 - 16:00

    Serious vulnerabilities in Matrix’s end-to-end encryption are being patched

    Enlarge (credit: matrix.org)

    Developers of the open source Matrix messenger protocol are releasing an update on Thursday to fix critical end-to-end encryption vulnerabilities that subvert the confidentiality and authentication guarantees that have been key to the platform's meteoric rise.

    Matrix is a sprawling ecosystem of open source and proprietary chat and collaboration clients and servers that are fully interoperable. The best-known app in this family is Element, a chat client for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android, but there's a dizzying array of other members as well.

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    (credit: Hodgson)

    Matrix roughly aims to do for real-time communication what the SMTP standard does for email, which is to provide a federated protocol allowing user clients connected to different servers to exchange messages with each other. Unlike SMTP, however, Matrix offers robust end-to-end encryption, or E2EE, designed to ensure that messages can't be spoofed and that only the senders and receivers of messages can read the contents.

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      Téléchargez la spectaculaire démo de Matrix sous Unreal Engine 5 avant qu’il ne soit trop tard

      news.movim.eu / Numerama · Thursday, 7 July, 2022 - 07:13

    Epic Games a annoncé que la démo interactive The Matrix Awakens: An Unreal Engine 5 Experience ne sera plus disponible sur PS5, Xbox Series S et Xbox Series X à compter du 9 juillet. [Lire la suite]

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      Newsletter: Cheogram Android Release, Matrix Alpha

      Stephen Paul Weber · Tuesday, 29 March, 2022 - 03:00 · 2 minutes

    Hi everyone!

    Welcome to the latest edition of your pseudo-monthly JMP update!

    In case it’s been a while since you checked out JMP, here’s a refresher: JMP lets you send and receive text and picture messages (and calls) through a real phone number right from your computer, tablet, phone, or anything else that has a Jabber client.  Among other things, JMP has these features: Your phone number on every device; Multiple phone numbers, one app; Free as in Freedom; Share one number with multiple people.

    This month marks the first release of the Cheogram Android app we have been sponsoring.  This app is a fork of the excellent Conversations, and will stay close to upstream going forward.  Some of the improvements relevant to JMP users include:

    • Add contacts without typing @cheogram.com
    • Integrate with the native Android Phone app (optional)
    • Address book integration
    • Messages with both media and text, including animated media
    • Unobtrusive display of subject lines, where present (such as on voicemails)
    • Links to known contacts are shown with their name (improves group text UX)
    • Show timestamps for calls
    • Missed call notifications

    All of these features have been built in a standards-compliant way and do not rely on anything particular to Cheogram or JMP at all, so they could be reused with other gateways as well.  You can also get the app from F-Droid.

    In other news, we’ve heard for some time that some users want to try using JMP from Matrix.  Since we are so big on bidirectional gateways, we have decided to add support for signing up with JMP using a Matrix ID.  This should be considered an alpha test at this time, and most notably voice does not work with the gateway yet so you will need to use SIP (or forwarding) for voice if you use a Matrix ID.  SMS, MMS, and Voicemail will all be delivered to Matrix just as they are to Jabber.  For this we are using the excellent gateway instance at aria-net.org.  To get started, just head to JMP.chat, choose a phone number, and select “I am a Matrix user” on the next page.

    To learn what’s happening with JMP between newsletters, here are some ways you can find out:

    Thanks for reading and have a wonderful rest of your week!

    Art in screenshots is from Pepper & Carrot by David Revoy, CC-BY. Artwork has been modified to crop out sections for avatars and photos, and in some cases add transparency. Use of this artwork does not imply endorsement of this project by the artist.

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      Newsletter: Cheogram Android Release, Matrix Alpha

      Stephen Paul Weber · Tuesday, 29 March, 2022 - 03:00 · 2 minutes

    Hi everyone!

    Welcome to the latest edition of your pseudo-monthly JMP update!

    In case it’s been a while since you checked out JMP, here’s a refresher: JMP lets you send and receive text and picture messages (and calls) through a real phone number right from your computer, tablet, phone, or anything else that has a Jabber client.  Among other things, JMP has these features: Your phone number on every device; Multiple phone numbers, one app; Free as in Freedom; Share one number with multiple people.

    This month marks the first release of the Cheogram Android app we have been sponsoring.  This app is a fork of the excellent Conversations, and will stay close to upstream going forward.  Some of the improvements relevant to JMP users include:

    • Add contacts without typing @cheogram.com
    • Integrate with the native Android Phone app (optional)
    • Address book integration
    • Messages with both media and text, including animated media
    • Unobtrusive display of subject lines, where present (such as on voicemails)
    • Links to known contacts are shown with their name (improves group text UX)
    • Show timestamps for calls
    • Missed call notifications

    All of these features have been built in a standards-compliant way and do not rely on anything particular to Cheogram or JMP at all, so they could be reused with other gateways as well.  You can also get the app from F-Droid.

    In other news, we’ve heard for some time that some users want to try using JMP from Matrix.  Since we are so big on bidirectional gateways, we have decided to add support for signing up with JMP using a Matrix ID.  This should be considered an alpha test at this time, and most notably voice does not work with the gateway yet so you will need to use SIP (or forwarding) for voice if you use a Matrix ID.  SMS, MMS, and Voicemail will all be delivered to Matrix just as they are to Jabber.  For this we are using the excellent gateway instance at aria-net.org.  To get started, just head to JMP.chat, choose a phone number, and select “I am a Matrix user” on the next page.

    To learn what’s happening with JMP between newsletters, here are some ways you can find out:

    Thanks for reading and have a wonderful rest of your week!

    Art in screenshots is from Pepper & Carrot by David Revoy, CC-BY. Artwork has been modified to crop out sections for avatars and photos, and in some cases add transparency. Use of this artwork does not imply endorsement of this project by the artist.