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commit a2c29a6d8aa1395f2e147dbd64e1fc322f088baa
parent 6e7501e7197a19b417476833cfa36f12777d0ddc
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Sun, 23 Aug 2020 00:07:38 -0400

Capitalize Matrix in recent BP

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Mpages/blog/setting-up-weechat-again.md | 8++++----
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/blog/setting-up-weechat-again.md b/pages/blog/setting-up-weechat-again.md @@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ jump in quickly with a client already set up. I used to use irssi, but found WeeChat to have saner defaults out of the box and be easier to work with in general. Plus, I can use plugins like weechat-matrix -to be able to use the matrix protocol in WeeChat without needing to use a +to be able to use the Matrix protocol in WeeChat without needing to use a bloated, slow, memory-hungry electron app like Element. I already have a Freenode account from my previous IRC adventures so I set it up @@ -55,11 +55,11 @@ Another thing I wanted to try was [weechat-matrix](https://github.com/poljar/weechat-matrix), a set of Python scripts which allows one to use a Matrix server in WeeChat. Following the instructions in the Git repository made installation easy enough. Adding my -matrix server and logging in was also easy. However, I've come across three +Matrix server and logging in was also easy. However, I've come across three issues which I want to highlight in case anybody else is thinking of using weechat-matrix: -The matrix client I normally use (Element) supports device cross-signing. This +The Matrix client I normally use (Element) supports device cross-signing. This means that if I add a new device to my list of devices, I can verify that device using one of my other devices which have already been set up. This allows me to add as many devices I want, mark them as trusted from my own devices, and other @@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ weechat-matrix doesn't have this which means I pretty much have to do a `/olm verify * *` unless I want to sit there for an hour verifying everyone's devices individually. -Furthermore, it seems that the connection to my matrix server randomly drops out +Furthermore, it seems that the connection to my Matrix server randomly drops out about every dozen minutes or so. It always reconnects in about 10 seconds but it's a bit annoying when you're sending a series of messages and all of a sudden you can't. It seems that to fix this I'd have to [enable HTTP/2 connections on