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KDE fellows found a Qt5-app for Matrix (we need a cross-platform 
tool for average users without the hassle to compile; or rather a simple mobile app)

On 11.08.2017 20:10, Ilmari Lauhakangas wrote:
I guess you mean "missing desktop app with an attractive GUI"? :)
Regarding features in general, chat history batch is a draft in the IRC v3 spec:
A metadata spec is being written and it would include avatars.

It is also worth mentioning here that replies are a draft:
Editing and deleting of messages is being worked on:


On 11.08.2017 20:45, Heiko Tietze wrote:
Could the missing desktop app become a showstopper? Telegram is
available as standalone app and Telepathy can also handle this
protocol (not sure about Pidgin). Thomas collected a couple of
requirements in the KDE chat what a messenger should be able to do. I
would rate some points differently, so the avatar is a nice-to-have
and stickers a contradiction, and suggested to run a Kano survey like
I did for KGet in [2]. But the list is interesting anyway.


On 11.08.2017 19:23, Ilmari Lauhakangas wrote:
On 11.08.2017 17:05, Ilmari Lauhakangas wrote:
On 11.08.2017 16:53, Florian Effenberger wrote:
doesn't look too bad to me indeed. ;-)
Do you know if it is available localized? I think if we want to extend
IRC to casual users, some localization would be helpful, and for me
Kiwi IRC loaded in English. No dealbreaker, but a nice to have of

Yes, it supports localization, as evidenced by code changes such as:
I don't think anyone has translated it yet.
qwebirc never supported localization.


I was wrong, the translations are here:


Dr. Heiko Tietze
UX designer
Tel. +49 (0)179/1268509

Dr. Heiko Tietze
UX designer
Tel. +49 (0)179/1268509

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