A Matrix homeserver written in Rust
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README.md

Conduit

A Matrix homeserver written in Rust

Liberapay Matrix

What is the goal

A fast Matrix homeserver that’s easy to set up and just works. You can install it on a mini-computer like the Raspberry Pi to host Matrix for your family, friends or company.

Is it fast?

See it in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoBslDtqC1k

Can I try it out?

Yes! Just open a Matrix client (https://app.element.io or Element Android for example) and register on the https://conduit.koesters.xyz homeserver.

How can I deploy my own?

You just have to clone the repo, build it with cargo build --release and call the binary (target/release/conduit) from somewhere like a systemd script. It’s explained in more detail here.

What is it build on?

  • Ruma: Useful structures for endpoint requests and responses that can be (de)serialized
  • Sled: A simple (key, value) database with good performance
  • Rocket: A flexible web framework

What are the biggest things still missing?

  • Federation (Talk to other Matrix servers)
  • Appservices (Bridges and Bots)
  • Push notifications on mobile
  • Notification settings
  • Lots of testing

Also check out the milestones.

How can I contribute?

  1. Look for an issue you would like to work on and make sure it’s not assigned to other users
  2. Ask someone to assign the issue to you (comment on the issue or chat in #conduit:matrix.org)
  3. Fork the repo and work on the issue. #conduit:matrix.org is happy to help :)
  4. Submit a PR

Donate

Liberapay: https://liberapay.com/timokoesters/
Bitcoin: bc1qnnykf986tw49ur7wx9rpw2tevpsztvar5x8w4n