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|Documentation note=repositories on: https://github.com/vector-im
|Documentation note=repositories on: https://github.com/vector-im
|Decommissioned or Obsolete=No
|Decommissioned or Obsolete=No
|Related projects=vector-im, matrix
|Related projects=vector-im, matrix, Telegram, Wire, GNU Ring, Pidgin
|Submitted date=2016/10/06
|Submitted date=2016/10/06
|User level=intermediate
|User level=intermediate

Latest revision as of 09:10, 18 January 2019



Riot.im is a Matrix web client

Riot allows teams to communicate across a wide range of collaboration apps. If some team members use Riot while others use IRC, Slack or Gitter, Riot will allow these team members to seamlessly work together.

Riot lets you run your own server, and provides users and teams with advanced crypto technology.

Some of the specs (disclaimer: this is coming from the riot.im website) - group chat - voip & video calling - file transfer - bridge networks - integrations - end-to-end crypto

Riot.im is formely known as vector-im (https://vector.im/)


repositories on: https://github.com/vector-im

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