You're right, I apologize.
Reposting features from the feature-list that I think are critical for leftypol:https://matrix.org/clients-matrix/>GNU/Linux:>E2E: weechat-matrix, Element Web/Desktop, gomuks, nheko Reborn, Mirage, FluffyChat, matrix-commander>MMA*: weechat-matrix, Spectral, Quaternion, Mirage, matrix-commander>VoIP: Element Web/Desktop, nheko Reborn, >*: Multiple Matrix Accounts**>**: Because it's pretty wise to compartmentalize online commie terrist activity like this from let's say your legal name or other uniquely compromising information (we're an open target of both state actors and nazis). >>6786>Disclaimer: I haven't used any of them except for Element, and some like Nheko have disclaimers about their E2EE being 'proof-of-concept'.
Yeah same and very good thing to point out. Let me quote them verbatim:https://github.com/Nheko-Reborn/nheko>Note regarding End-to-End encryption>Currently the implementation is at best a proof of concept and it should only be used for testing purposes. Most importantly, it is missing device verification, so while your messages and media are encrypted, nheko doesn't verify who gets the messages.
That's a pretty major and serious gash imo, especially within the context of this community, where one ought to assume that there are malicious actors that would be very happy to exploit shit like this.
I'm personally going to wait 6 more months or so and check back if some well-developed client is able to support all three of the categories listed above, until then I'll keep using Element.