I've got to say, from a first impression, I'm *really* impressed! It makes slack and discord way more manageable, while also using far fewer resources than either one alone.
Shame it's not #foss, though; I'd be much more likely to pay for it if it were. (It is free-as-in-beer though, at least right now)
cc @firstname.lastname@example.org @rnickson thanks for the tip!
> I just made a significant new portion/feature of it open source a few hours ago :)
Two responses: first *thanks very much*!
It's awesome that you're freeing this library under the GPL. I'll definitely pay for #ripcord without hesitation when you're ready to ask for money!
2nd: my concern with ripcord not being #foss has more to do with not loving the idea of communicating using code that I/we can't audit. This library—while super nice!—doesn't address that issue.
> If you have some established track record with security auditing then email me email@example.com (my PGP key is on keybase) and I will grant access to the source code.
The fact you've build a native discord/slack replacement is incredibly awesome, and I really hope someone can help with an audit of ripcord!
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