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I have no idea. I'm really bad at naming things.
Keybase is not part of the Zoom ecosystem and I have concerns about its future.
Nope. But I hope at the end it can be something useful.
I think everything is listed on efertone.me. If not and you are able to find a new way, feel free to reach me there ;)
Hopefully a fully self-hosted version of keybase-like solution. With
Federated logic No, I have no idea yet, but sharing publci keys and files between instances sounds cool and I try to convience everyone to use federated, Free Open Source Softwares (FOSS) like Mastodon, Misskey and a lot others.
Woudn't it be cool if you can host your own instance under your own, control, give others an option to use (or keep it single user) and share files with others who are not on your instance, but in the same federated ecosystem and you can be sure it's encrypted and only the recipient(s) can see the content (file, chat message). Except if their account is compromised (but hey, you have your own instance, your data is safe)