[kde-community] Telegram Relay Service
harishnavnit at gmail.com
Sat May 7 12:47:06 UTC 2016
Just wanted to add here that having telegram bot synced with your IRC
channel really works for me. I think it's the easiest way for me(and
probably for most newbies too) to always stay connected and keep track
of the logs.
I cannot afford a server yet which means I'm disconnected most of the
times and because we have members in the community from varying
timezones, I feel this is a huge drawback. Of course, I don't expect
everyone to have/afford a server and so far, I feel syncing telegram
to an IRC channel is the easiest, if not the best(probably not the
best, admittedly) way to stay connected.
Kudos from my side. Infact, I just filed a ticket to register
#kde-publictransport as an official KDE channel and a telegram relay
service for the channel too.
On Sat, May 7, 2016 at 5:57 PM, Nicolás Alvarez
<nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com> wrote:
>> El 7 may 2016, a las 07:26, Myriam Schweingruber <myriam at kde.org> escribió:
>> Also, Telegram is
>> intrusive, as the web client only works if you have it running on your
>> phone as well, which eats up battery life to no end,
> This is not true. The web client connects directly to Telegram in the same way as the phone client or the desktop client. It doesn't need your phone active. It doesn't even need the app installed on your phone (not sure about first-time signup).
> WhatsApp Web does everything through your phone (and people hate it). Telegram Web doesn't.
>> and the breach of
>> privacy because you have to share your private phone number with
>> people you don't know in RL,
> People can contact you via your "alias" without needing your phone number, in which case they won't see your phone number either. You can also join a group whether you have an alias name or not, and others in the group will not see your phone number (unless they already have it in their contacts).
> I don't disagree with your other points, just avoiding misinformation on the above two.
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