Matrix an open network for secure, decentralized communication.
Cyberia Computer Club hosts a Matrix homeserver.
Read more about Matrix here: matrix.org
Public registration is currently closed.
If you would like an account, email email@example.com and ask nicely for one!
Login here: chat.cyberia.club/#/login
Is my chat encrypted?
Private chat via the Element interface is end-to-end
encrypted by default. Public rooms are not end-to-end
encrypted, but messages are still encrypted in transit.
Do we have bridges?
We used to bridge with IRC, but then we were bit by the following
The IRC bridge in particular caused the synapse database to be flooded
with garbage, consuming over a hundred GB of storage. It took several
days and a long outage to clean up those references. For now, it is
not tangible to leave the bridge on so long as it creates so many
unreferenced state groups.
We used to bridge several freenode channels with our channels:
IRC Channel | Matrix Channel
#cyberia | #random:cyberia.club
#cyberia-services | #services:cyberia.club
#cyberia-ops | #ops:cyberia.club
#cyberia-meta | #meta:cyberia.club
#cyberia-vibes | #vibes:cyberia.club
#cyberia-games | #games:cyberia.club
#cyberia-cyberia | #cyberia:cyberia.club
#cyberia-design | #design:cyberia.club
Hopefully someday we will be able to again. We will be watching that bug
Do you support password resets?
Yep, but you must first associate an email address
with your account.
We implemented a patch while waiting for the following
issue to resolve:
What's your upload limit?
10MB - if you need moar, use a file sending
service! We like croc ( github.com/schollz/croc )
Halp I can't search some of my rooms!
The Element web interface cannot search encrypted rooms
because it'd be complicated to implement, or something. If you
would like to search your encrypted rooms, use the Element desktop
application or phone application.
Disk is full because the Postgres Database is too large
The problem is that the
state_rooms_state table alerts the guards with it's dummy thicc ass. Here's a run book to help eliviate that manually:
here's some historical knowledge about what we did:
There is also this webapp matrix-diskspace-janitor.cyberia.club/ which allows you to see whats using disk space and perhaps delete any matrix room that has gone crazy and produced 100s of millions of
git.cyberia.club/cyberia/layerzero-consensus-bot : a bot to help make decisions at Layer Zero
github.com/matrix-org/mjolnir/blob/main/docs/moderators.md : out matrix moderation bot
git.cyberia.club/cyberia/rssToMatrix : a bot to show the latest update in the wiki