Telodendria mirror taken straight from CVS. https://telodendria.io/
You cannot select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
 
 
 
 
 
jordan b1c38f17ba Summarize Matrix room activity in TODO.txt
I really want to get back to work on Telodendria. I need to find some
more time for it.
9 months ago
.github Add one-time donate link. 2 years ago
Cytoplasm Apply #72 9 months ago
Schema Add schema for PDUs v1 and v3, the only unique PDU formats. 9 months ago
contrib Don't install configuration files. 10 months ago
man Add admin privilege to manage room aliases. 9 months ago
proposals Begin implementing user privileges. 1 year ago
site More documentation. It never ends! 1 year ago
src Json now uses Int64 for integers. 9 months ago
tools Json now uses Int64 for integers. 9 months ago
.cvsignore Properly exclude Schema directories from showing up in CVS. 10 months ago
.exrc Format source code, add .exrc 2 years ago
.indent.pro Move the indent switches to .indent.pro so that indent(1) can be run on 2 years ago
LICENSE.txt Update copyright year 1 year ago
README.md Make the READMEs a little more descriptive. 2 years ago
README.txt Update README 1 year ago
TODO.txt Summarize Matrix room activity in TODO.txt 9 months ago

README.md

Telodendria

Telodendria is an open source Matrix homeserver implementation written from scratch in ANSI C and designed to be lightweight and simple, yet functional.

Important: This project is not developed on GitHub, or even with Git. As such, GitHub Pull Requests are not accepted. But that doesn't mean we don't want your contribution! You're more than welcome to clone this repo and use Git to make changes to the project if you'd prefer it to CVS, but when it comes time to actually submit your changes to this project, use git format-patch to generate patch files, then submit them to the official Matrix room: #telodendria-patches:bancino.net.

Please see the README.txt file for the actual project README, which simply details the repository structure a little bit. All of Telodendria's user and developer documentation is available as man pages, or online.