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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.
See it in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoBslDtqC1k
Yes! Just open https://riot.conduit.rs and register on the default homeserver. You can also use https://riot.im/app and set the homeserver url to https://conduit.koesters.xyz:14004 to connect. (BUG: Registration currently doesn’t work on riot.im. Fix will come soon)
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.
Also check out the milestones.
If you want to help, you may be able to find something in the issue tracker. If you do, comment on the issue, so others know. You can also join #conduit:matrix.org and ask there.