Hey, just to add to the list of options.

Recently GitLab purchased and open sourceed gitter https://gitter.im

>From the list of features it does look great and is being used by tons of
open source projects, mostly in the web development field.

You can self host it but from reading a bit it looks like you need quite a
bit of server resources: there were like 3 database servers to install.

Another options would be https://www.phacility.com/phabricator/conpherence/
which is integrated into phabricator. It is only web based for now and it
is being used by some of the guys at MediaWiki
https://m.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Using_Conpherence

I don't feel like these could be the best choices but I am just sending
them here because they went unnoticed.

Cristian

On Wed, Aug 9, 2017, 04:53 Eike Hein <h...@kde.org> wrote:

>
> FWIW, I didn't keep up with Matrix to well in recent times, but
> I remember having a look at it back when it made its first
> splash (the LWN article at all) and at the time I considered
> it the most promising-looking IRC replacement attempt yet.
>
> It had some of the traits of other attempts that failed
> before (larger per-message overhead, lots of complicated state
> on the server, problems with scaling to really large channels)
> but also made a lot of tasteful and practical choices.
>
> I understand they changed their public focus to portraying
> itself as a bridging solution to create any adoption, but at
> the core is a good chat system of its own.
>
>
> Cheers,
> Eike
>
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Cristian Baldi

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