New versions of #XMPP #jabber clients for #Apple #ios and #macos released. Biggest changes are introduction of XMPP #MIX (modern way of groupchats), significant improvements in audio/video calls and message editing/deleting.
Check out https://tigase.net/beagleim-4.0-and-siskin-6.0-released/ for details.
@tigase @ij congrats on the release. Omemo encrypted MUC is still sorely missing. MIX is interesting but young. Not only does it need to mature but clients and servers need to adopt it too.
I'm still hopeful that Siskin will develop into a great iOS client. The progress in the past months is impressive, fingers crossed!
@tigase @Muto @nezhac Well, I think in a way like that:
I lately tried to join a private MUC by accident. Although I removed it from the sidebar in Beagle, it tried to rejoin that MUC on every restart of Beagle.
I needed to log in to ConverseJS, part from that MUC and remove it from the Bookmarks.
It would be nice to be able to do this from BeagleIM directly, of course ;)
Of course, when there is no bookmarks management, then it would be better to remove a bookmark when leaving a MUC, but I guess that could interefere with other clients and would also cause complaints.
You could ask on MUC leave whether or not the MUC should be removed from bookmarks, maybe...
with Beagle and Siskin we strive to have more streamlined "chat experience" (trying to match user expectation) - when you sign in to your account (independent of the app) you should have same set of chats, history - be that for 1-1 or group chats. And having permanent auto-join bookmark based MUC makes sense here. And because of that we also push MIX as it helps with user experience here.
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