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Artur Sterz

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Sep 14, 2017, 12:43:05 PM9/14/17
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Hi,

is MeshMB just 1 to all messaging? Does it support n to all? For example I have a feed "first-responder" and all first responders will publish messages to this feed? Or has every identity an own feed? Or is the feed name the identifier?

Jeremy Lakeman

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Sep 14, 2017, 8:37:46 PM9/14/17
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The identifier we use is the same as the public key in your keyring.

You *could* share the same public key between users, but there are a couple of edge cases that will trip you up eventually.

We have considered how to handle private messaging between group members, or how to handle users who wish to use multiple devices. But we haven't found a design for the underlying encryption and transport layers that we think will work well.


On Fri, Sep 15, 2017 at 2:13 AM, Artur Sterz <goo...@artursterz.de> wrote:
Hi,

is MeshMB just 1 to all messaging? Does it support n to all? For example I have a feed "first-responder" and all first responders will publish messages to this feed? Or has every identity an own feed? Or is the feed name the identifier?

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Artur Sterz

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Sep 19, 2017, 8:39:12 AM9/19/17
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Okay, thank you. I decided to use plain Rhizome with a special service. I think this fits my needs best.


Am Freitag, 15. September 2017 02:37:46 UTC+2 schrieb Jeremy Lakeman:
The identifier we use is the same as the public key in your keyring.

You *could* share the same public key between users, but there are a couple of edge cases that will trip you up eventually.

We have considered how to handle private messaging between group members, or how to handle users who wish to use multiple devices. But we haven't found a design for the underlying encryption and transport layers that we think will work well.

On Fri, Sep 15, 2017 at 2:13 AM, Artur Sterz <goo...@artursterz.de> wrote:
Hi,

is MeshMB just 1 to all messaging? Does it support n to all? For example I have a feed "first-responder" and all first responders will publish messages to this feed? Or has every identity an own feed? Or is the feed name the identifier?

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