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Offer a local data migration/backup/data portability solution built into Fenix

Hi, @ShatteredPixel - my name's Mike Hoye, and I'm Mozilla's Engineering community manager.

About "... all the "promises to welcome my feedback during this transition" were all probably false!", and a selection of other comments you've made to that effect: as much as we value community participation, this is both the public face of our project and our professional working environment, and we're not going going tolerate this ongoing, abrasive, passive aggressive commentary in our issue tracker.

Like all Mozilla forums, we expect participants in our Github repositories to adhere to Mozilla's community participation guidelines:

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/about/governance/policies/participation/

As well, participants in all our issue trackers - Bugzilla, Github, and others - should read our Bugzilla Etiquette Guidelines:

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=etiquette.html

... and I strongly encourage you to take them to heart if you intend to continue participating in our development processes.

Thank you.

ShatteredPixel

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issue commentmozilla/standards-positions

Web Speech API

That we aspire to be welcoming hosts does not entitle guests in our house to act as they please, and that's quite enough of that.

If you have something constructive you'd like to add to this discussion and find that you cannot, feel free to contact me directly to discuss it.

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issue openedvector-im/riot-web

A frequently-updated browser produces a large number of sessions.

Description

I suspect because it's frequently update, running Riot-Web in Firefox Nightly produces a very large number of "sessions". This was not a big deal before e2e rolled out, but this morning I deleted maybe ninety sessions (so much clicking tedium!) in order to validate the remaining real ones.

I think that this consequently breaks validation, somehow, as a result. I'm pinwheeling during the validation phase now, when this did work earlier today.

Steps to reproduce

Using riot-web and a previously-validated Riot.IM on Android, update nightly and reconnect, and try validating a session.

The result pinwheels forever.

I'm using Riot-Web current, Riot.IM on Android presumably also current (on Android One) and can reproduce at will.

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issue openedjitsi/jitsi-meet-electron

https://desktop.jitsi.org/Main/Download links to outdated clients

After going to to https://desktop.jitsi.org/Main/Download and pulling the Windows clients, it looks like the client linked there is out of date. (I certainly haven't been asked for my AIM or ICQ accounts in quite some time.)

The Windows download links should probably point to the Electron client instead, which works a treat: https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-electron

Thank you.

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issue commentvector-im/riot-web

Some messages undecryptable in private conversation.

Very good!

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issue commentvector-im/riot-web

Some messages undecryptable in private conversation.

Hmmmm. I have attempted to do so, but don't see them....

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issue openedvector-im/riot-web

Some messages undecryptable in private conversation.

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Description

Matthew and I are participating in a conversation in which he is unable to see my message decrypted, but I'm quite able to see his.

Steps to reproduce

I'm using both RiotX and the Riot-Web to participate in this conversation, same user account on both. Messages from the web client are undecryptable to Matthew, RiotX works fine. I can see everything decrypted on both clients.

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Version information

Riot-web current (Firefox Nightly, as of today) and RiotX current as of today.

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  • Browser: Firefox Nightly, current as of today.
  • OS: Windows 10 current.
  • URL: chat.mozilla.org

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