# Gajim - 2019-01-21

2. fireglow yes lol
3. fireglow in a purely technical sense. When you account for the fact that it returns mirrors that aren't hosting the files anymore, less so.
4. bot Riotous created an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9554 >: #9554: < Can't change font size in Windows 10 x64 >
5. bot Daniel Brötzmann modified an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9554 >: #9554: < Can't change font size in Windows 10 x64 >
6. bot Sven Kocksch modified an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9095 >: #9095: < Can't connect via BOSH proxy >
7. bot Colin 't Hart created an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9555 >: #9555: < Crash on start 1.1.2 on Debian 9.6 (Proxmox 5.3) >
8. bot Philipp Hörist modified an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9555 >: #9555: < Crash on start 1.1.2 on Debian 9.6 (Proxmox 5.3) >
9. bot Daniel Brötzmann modified an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9095 >: #9095: < Can't connect via BOSH proxy >
10. bot Daniel Brötzmann modified an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9555 >: #9555: < Crash on start 1.1.2 on Debian 9.6 (Proxmox 5.3) >
11. bot Daniel Brötzmann modified an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9554 >: #9554: < Can't change font size in Windows 10 x64 >
12. debacle Note: Gajim on Debian 9 (stretch-backports) is currently broken, because I forgot to upload the latest version of python3-nbxmpp. This will be fixed today. Better do not upgrade the package before this evening. Sorry for the inconvenience!
13. bot meaz created an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9556 >: #9556: < Fatal error with 1.1.2 version >
14. bot Philipp Hörist closed an issue in _gajim_ < https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/issues/9556 >: #9556: < Fatal error with 1.1.2 version >
15. lovetox Thanks debacle
16. yvo Has somebody here tried the LaTex Plugin already? I'm trying to convince a professor to use Jabber and landed with my argment that there is a LaTeX Plugin for Gajim which helps in publishing papers.
17. yvo My math formula $x + y = j$
18. yvo \emph{jabber}
19. yvo hm .... does not work. If somebody wants to test with me PM is welcome
20. yvo ah ok it is directly from you lovetox. I cannot find documentation on how to use it.
21. lovetox Its not from me, i can take a look at it this week
22. ta yvo, you need to test community driven plugins before advertising with them...
23. yvo haha ta, yes, but I added a dsiclaimer of course and he is a computer scientist professor so it should be ok. Do you understand the plugin usage ta?
24. debacle yvo, I never tried this plugin myself, but while I agree, that it is a funny - and even useful - idea, I'm a little bit skeptical about its security. After all, untrusted input with an irregular syntax is fed into another process, which is known for the most incomprehensible error messages ever seen.
25. yvo ah so it is done on my system?
26. yvo ah so it is done on my system debacle?
27. debacle that's how I understand it, you need LaTeX on your computer
28. yvo systems I know which provide latex rendering always use kile (do I recall the name correctly?)
29. yvo and that server-sided.
30. yvo hm, then the plugin does not sound so useful ...
31. debacle server-side LaTeX sounds interesting. yvo, you can program a bot, that just listens for something LaTeXy in a MUC and then render it and HTTP upload to the MUC. This would also be much better security wise, because only the bot would be compromised or DoSsed, not your PC.
32. debacle Then it's completely independent of Gajim or even XMPP. Your bot could work in any group chat.
33. yvo sounds perfect, debacle. It's planned for a 1:1 chat. Bots work also in chats, don't they?
34. yvo sounds perfect, debacle. It's planned for a 1:1 chat. Bots work also in chats, don't they, debacle?
35. yvo I switch to the xmpp-de muc since it is not gajim related any more ...
36. lovetox yvo if you know a service that provides latex rendering i would be interested
37. debacle When I "Send Group Message" to a number (N) of roster contacts, I see my message later N times in the first private message window with one of the contacts, and zero times in others. Number is good, but distribution could be improved :)
38. gerald Could someone tell me how exactly a MUC needs to be configured to allow omemo? IIRC, "Only allow members to join" and "Addresses (JIDs) of room occupants may be viewed by: Anyone" had to be selected.
39. gerald Ok, I disconnected and rejoined the MUC, now I'm able to enable omemo.
40. mimi89999 Hello
41. mimi89999 For a reason I can't understand Gajim keeps making the same MAM query in a loop.
42. lovetox show us the stanzas
43. lovetox mimi89999,
44. wurstsalat yvo, debacle: wouldn't it be best to render latex code locally (and then send via http upload) instead of rendering it server side? I think Link Mauve proposed this as well while discussing about a lilypond renderer (notations for music) for gajim. Malicious code would then only be executable on the attackers side..
46. debacle wurstsalat, not that I care a lot about this feature at all, but let us assume for a moment, that you run Conversations and would like to send us your latest idea: e = mc². If there were a bot, it would just turn that into an image and HTTP upload it. The bot can be attacked, but because it does not have access to any personal data (I hope!) it's pretty boring to attack it.
47. mimi89999 Fixed. Was an issue in Prosody.
48. wurstsalat debacle, I see, would be a fun bot, rendering this stuff without any user having to install something. But it's probably rarely used
49. lovetox wurstsalat, true that would have the added benefit that everyone can see it even without plugin
51. asterix But only available in MUC ....
52. asterix wurstsalat: ho on I move it
53. asterix Done
54. wurstsalat asterix, right, only in MUC and only unencrypted