[guardian-dev] Improving the UI/UX of ChatSecure

William Gray wgray at zetetic.net
Thu Jan 9 15:05:12 EST 2014

That's a fascinating problem, especially how it dovetails with what kind of interfaces to provide, I believe you guys have mentioned it here before. Will do some more reading and check out that project.

P.S. Way to go with Postgres, it's The Right Choice™ ;-)

On Jan 9, 2014, at 2:40 PM, Chris Ballinger <chrisballinger at gmail.com> wrote:

> One of the issues we have to manage on iOS is that we are unable to run the app in the background, which complicates asynchronous push messaging quite a bit. We have been working on a solution that allows people to use their existing IM accounts and networks by acting as a layer on top, but it would only work with clients aware of this functionality (e.g. ChatSecure <-->ChatSecure). The only other solution will be to run a server that acts as a man-in-the-middle thin XMPP client that forwards all messages to the actual client, but I think that "solution" has far too many flaws from a security perspective.

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