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Jabber/XMPP client based on Converse.js and Electron
A basic integration of Converse.js and Electron. With OMEMO.
Screenshots and features
- Permanent account storage
- Tray icon
- Tray notifications
- All the best from Converse.js like system notifications, MAM, OMEMO etc. See details at Converse.js
Latest release installers
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Build from source
git clone https://github.com/conversejs/converse-desktop.git cd converse-desktop npm i $(npm bin)/electron-rebuild
Then, to run:
More targets could be added via
package.json. See electron builder docs.
Like Converse.js, Converse Desktop's files are released under the Mozilla Public License version 2 (MPLv2). The gist of this license is that the covered files must stay open source, and modifications to them need to be released under the same license, but new files (for example for your own plugin) don't have to be released under the same license.
However, libsignal library, which is required for OMEMO support is released under the GPLv3. The MPLv2 license is compatible with GPLv3 and when GPLv3 code is included, the entire project effectively is licensed under the GPLv3.
Any custom build of Converse Desktop without libsignal included will again be licensed under the MPLv2.
This project started as a fork of Nick Denry's Chimeverse.