Thunderbird.next/TB:NG/whateveritscalled Feature request/idea
ovari123 at zoho.com
Sun May 7 01:58:45 UTC 2017
*Ring* is free software for universal communication which respects
freedoms and privacy of its users.
Released under GPLv3 licence
Supported by an active community
Peer-to-peer discovery and connection
End-to-end encryption with authentification
Identity managed by X.509 certificates
Based on RSA/AES/DTLS/SRTP technologies
Ring (formerly SFLphone) is free distributed multimedia communication
software published under the GNU General Public License 3. It is
developed by Savoir-faire Linux with the help of a global community of
users and contributors. Savoir-faire Linux is a Canadian company
specialized in Linux and free software.
Perhaps Ring could be integrated into
On 5/6/17 11:54 PM, Martin Iturbide wrote:
> I had started to use riot.im <http://riot.im> some weeks ago and it is
> a keeper for me. With all the hipsters using discord and slack, I
> wanted something open source that can it be at the same level, I found
> that riot (and using free service matrix.org <http://matrix.org>) was
> very good for me. I have some chat channels and some connected to IRC
> freenode. The chat bots are decent and easy enought to use. And with
> riot.im <http://riot.im> being available on Android, Windows, iOS and
> web I'm connected everytime.
> It is a good idea. Right now Thunderbird chat function is very
> limited, slow and has a confusing GUI. Maybe some mix between riot and
> pidgin IM can be eventually think to improve the Thunderbird chat
> On Fri, May 5, 2017 at 9:34 PM, Qwerty Chouskie
> <asdfghrbljzmkd at outlook.com <mailto:asdfghrbljzmkd at outlook.com>> wrote:
> I keep thinking I should write some really good, convincing email,
> but I keep not doing it, so I'll just make it simple.
> Is there any chance of Thunderbird.next/TB:NG/whateveritscalled
> having riot.im <https://riot.im/> integration?
> * It's open, privacy-friendly, etc.
> * It's well made
> runs in the browser
> * It could ease the implementation of the chat component by
> providing a solid base, thus only needing to implement other
> protocols (IRC, XMPP, twitter, etc) on top of it
> * It would make TB:NG /more than just another email client. It
> would be an email client+"Slack"+"Google Hangouts" all on one
> free, privacy-friendly, easy-to-use program.
> I think riot.im <http://riot.im> integration could bring a lot to
> the table for both Thunderbird and roit.im <http://roit.im>.
> Thunderbird already sees a lot of corporate use, think of how much
> more it could see if it served the role of a email program /and/ a
> messaging program (Slack) /and/ a voice/video communications
> program (Google Hangouts, Skype, etc). Less programs to keep
> up-to-date, less accounts to deal with, no messy EULAs to deal
> with, easier for everyone in the end.
> TB:NG would be more than just another email program, it would be
> an Free, privacy-friendly communications hub.
> Thunderbird user
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> Martín Itúrbide
> martin at os2world.com <mailto:martin at os2world.com>
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