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Schedule FOSDEM 2022
Matrix.org Foundation & Community

Mission: threading for all

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Germain Souquet
<p>Our mission, if we choose to accept it, is to expand the capabilities of Matrix and Element. Driven by user needs and a desire to deliver threads through teamwork...</p>
In the past few months we were on a mission to bring threading to Matrix. We first wanted to discover how suited to this problem the current protocol is, and to better understand the users' expectations. It soon became clear that we would have to make updates to the specification in order to deliver the experience we think will make this feature successful

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