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README.md

waffle

Waffle is a simple, focused chat application and protocol meant to be self-hosted.

License

This software is licensed under the MIT license. The fonts included in this source tree (frontend/public/assets/woff2) and the Iosevka build plans (frontend/webfonts/iosevka/private-build-plans.toml) are licensed under the SIL Open Font License 1.1. Please visit https://github.com/be5invis/Iosevka/blob/master/LICENSE.md for more information.

Hosting

Docker

If you plan on self-hosting Waffle, it's recommended to use Docker and docker-compose like shown below. This isn't recommended if you plan on developing Waffle. The guide below assumes you have git installed on your system (on Debian/Ubuntu: sudo apt install git):

  1. Install Docker using the official guide
  2. Install docker-compose using the official guide
  3. Clone the Waffle repository: git clone https://git.hippoz.xyz/hippoz/waffle
  4. Enter the repository's directory: cd waffle
  5. Optionally, you can open up docker-compose.yml in your text editor to change options like the port. The default port is 5002.
  6. Start the stack: docker-compose up -d
  7. All done! 🎉 Waffle is now running on port 5002.