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Merge pull request #1242 from apmechev/add_beeper_linkedin_bridge

Add beeper LinkedIn bridge
parents e46c908a 603ad7c5
......@@ -57,6 +57,8 @@ Using this playbook, you can get the following services configured on your serve
- (optional) the [mautrix-signal](https://github.com/mautrix/signal) bridge for bridging your Matrix server to [Signal](https://www.signal.org/)
- (optional) the [beeper-linkedin](https://gitlab.com/beeper/linkedin) bridge for bridging your Matrix server to [LinkedIn](https://www.linkedin.com/)
- (optional) the [matrix-appservice-irc](https://github.com/matrix-org/matrix-appservice-irc) bridge for bridging your Matrix server to [IRC](https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Relay_Chat)
- (optional) the [matrix-appservice-discord](https://github.com/Half-Shot/matrix-appservice-discord) bridge for bridging your Matrix server to [Discord](https://discordapp.com/)
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# Setting up Beeper Linkedin (optional)
The playbook can install and configure [beeper-linkedin](https://gitlab.com/beeper/linkedin) for you. This bridge is based on the mautrix-python framework and can be configured in a similar way to the other mautrix bridges
See the project's [documentation](https://gitlab.com/beeper/linkedin/-/blob/master/README.md) to learn what it does and why it might be useful to you.
```yaml
matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled: true
```
There are some additional things you may wish to configure about the bridge before you continue.
Encryption support is off by default. If you would like to enable encryption, add the following to your `vars.yml` file:
```yaml
matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_extension_yaml: |
bridge:
encryption:
allow: true
default: true
```
If you would like to be able to administrate the bridge from your account it can be configured like this:
```yaml
matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_extension_yaml: |
bridge:
permissions:
'@YOUR_USERNAME:YOUR_DOMAIN': admin
```
You may wish to look at `roles/matrix-bridge-beeper-linkedin/templates/config.yaml.j2` to find other things you would like to configure.
## Set up Double Puppeting
If you'd like to use [Double Puppeting](https://docs.mau.fi/bridges/general/double-puppeting.html) (hint: you most likely do), you have 2 ways of going about it.
### Method 1: automatically, by enabling Shared Secret Auth
The bridge will automatically perform Double Puppeting if you enable [Shared Secret Auth](configuring-playbook-shared-secret-auth.md) for this playbook.
This is the recommended way of setting up Double Puppeting, as it's easier to accomplish, works for all your users automatically, and has less of a chance of breaking in the future.
## Usage
You then need to start a chat with `@linkedinbot:YOUR_DOMAIN` (where `YOUR_DOMAIN` is your base domain, not the `matrix.` domain).
Send `login YOUR_LINKEDIN_EMAIL_ADDRESS` to the bridge bot to enable bridging for your LinkedIn account.
If you run into trouble, check the [Troubleshooting](#troubleshooting) section below.
After successfully enabling bridging, you may wish to [set up Double Puppeting](#set-up-double-puppeting), if you haven't already done so.
## Troubleshooting
### Bridge asking for 2FA even if you don't have 2FA enabled
If you don't have 2FA enabled and are logging in from a strange IP for the first time, LinkedIn will send an email with a one-time code. You can use this code to authorize the bridge session. In my experience, once the IP is authorized, you will not be asked again.
......@@ -104,6 +104,8 @@ When you're done with all the configuration you'd like to do, continue with [Ins
- [Setting up Appservice IRC bridging](configuring-playbook-bridge-appservice-irc.md) (optional)
- [Setting up Beeper LinkedIn bridging](configuring-playbook-bridge-beeper-linkedin.md) (optional)
- [Setting up Appservice Discord bridging](configuring-playbook-bridge-appservice-discord.md) (optional)
- [Setting up Appservice Slack bridging](configuring-playbook-bridge-appservice-slack.md) (optional)
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......@@ -216,6 +216,42 @@ matrix_appservice_irc_database_password: "{{ matrix_synapse_macaroon_secret_key
######################################################################
######################################################################
#
# matrix-bridge-beeper-linkedin
#
######################################################################
# We don't enable bridges by default.
matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled: false
matrix_beeper_linkedin_systemd_required_services_list: |
{{
['docker.service']
+
(['matrix-synapse.service'] if matrix_synapse_enabled else [])
+
(['matrix-postgres.service'] if matrix_postgres_enabled else [])
+
(['matrix-nginx-proxy.service'] if matrix_nginx_proxy_enabled else [])
}}
matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_token: "{{ matrix_synapse_macaroon_secret_key | password_hash('sha512', 'linked.as.token') | to_uuid }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_token: "{{ matrix_synapse_macaroon_secret_key | password_hash('sha512', 'linked.hs.token') | to_uuid }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_login_shared_secret: "{{ matrix_synapse_ext_password_provider_shared_secret_auth_shared_secret if matrix_synapse_ext_password_provider_shared_secret_auth_enabled else '' }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_bridge_presence: "{{ matrix_synapse_presence_enabled if matrix_synapse_enabled else true }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_password: "{{ matrix_synapse_macaroon_secret_key | password_hash('sha512', 'maulinkedin.db') | to_uuid }}"
######################################################################
#
# /matrix-bridge-beeper-linkedin
#
######################################################################
######################################################################
#
# matrix-bridge-mautrix-facebook
......@@ -1372,6 +1408,12 @@ matrix_postgres_additional_databases: |
'password': matrix_appservice_irc_database_password,
}] if (matrix_appservice_irc_enabled and matrix_appservice_irc_database_engine == 'postgres' and matrix_appservice_irc_database_hostname == 'matrix-postgres') else [])
+
([{
'name': matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_name,
'username': matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_username,
'password': matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_password,
}] if (matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled and matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_engine == 'postgres' and matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_hostname == 'matrix-postgres') else [])
+
([{
'name': matrix_mautrix_facebook_database_name,
'username': matrix_mautrix_facebook_database_username,
......
# beeper-linkedin is a Matrix <-> LinkedIn bridge
# See: https://gitlab.com/beeper/linkedin
matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled: true
matrix_beeper_linkedin_version: v0.5.0
# See: https://gitlab.com/beeper/linkedin/container_registry
matrix_beeper_linkedin_docker_image: "registry.gitlab.com/beeper/linkedin:{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_version }}-amd64"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_docker_image_force_pull: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_docker_image.endswith(':latest-amd64') }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_base_path: "{{ matrix_base_data_path }}/beeper-linkedin"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_config_path: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_base_path }}/config"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_data_path: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_base_path }}/data"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_address: "{{ matrix_homeserver_container_url }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_domain: "{{ matrix_domain }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_address: "http://matrix-beeper-linkedin:29319"
# A list of extra arguments to pass to the container
matrix_beeper_linkedin_container_extra_arguments: []
# List of systemd services that matrix-beeper-linkedin.service depends on.
matrix_beeper_linkedin_systemd_required_services_list: ['docker.service']
# List of systemd services that matrix-beeper-linkedin.service wants
matrix_beeper_linkedin_systemd_wanted_services_list: []
matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_token: ""
matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_token: ""
matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_bot_username: linkedinbot
# Database-related configuration fields.
# Only Postgres is supported.
matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_engine: "postgres"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_username: 'matrix_beeper_linkedin'
matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_password: ""
matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_hostname: 'matrix-postgres'
matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_port: 5432
matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_name: 'matrix_beeper_linkedin'
matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_connection_string: 'postgresql://{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_username }}:{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_password }}@{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_hostname }}:{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_port }}/{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_name }}?sslmode=disable'
matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_database_type: "{{
{
'postgres':'postgres',
}[matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_engine]
}}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_database_uri: "{{
{
'postgres': matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_connection_string,
}[matrix_beeper_linkedin_database_engine]
}}"
# Can be set to enable automatic double-puppeting via Shared Secret Auth (https://github.com/devture/matrix-synapse-shared-secret-auth).
matrix_beeper_linkedin_login_shared_secret: ''
# Default beeper-linkedin configuration template which covers the generic use case.
# You can customize it by controlling the various variables inside it.
#
# For a more advanced customization, you can extend the default (see `matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_extension_yaml`)
# or completely replace this variable with your own template.
matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_yaml: "{{ lookup('template', 'templates/config.yaml.j2') }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_extension_yaml: |
# Your custom YAML configuration goes here.
# This configuration extends the default starting configuration (`matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_yaml`).
#
# You can override individual variables from the default configuration, or introduce new ones.
#
# If you need something more special, you can take full control by
# completely redefining `matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_yaml`.
matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_extension: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_extension_yaml|from_yaml if matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_extension_yaml|from_yaml is mapping else {} }}"
# Holds the final configuration (a combination of the default and its extension).
# You most likely don't need to touch this variable. Instead, see `matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_yaml`.
matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_yaml|from_yaml|combine(matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration_extension, recursive=True) }}"
matrix_beeper_linkedin_registration_yaml: |
id: linkedin
url: {{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_address }}
as_token: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_token }}"
hs_token: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_token }}"
sender_localpart: _bot_{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_bot_username }}
rate_limited: false
namespaces:
users:
- regex: '^@linkedin_.+:{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_domain|regex_escape }}$'
exclusive: true
- exclusive: true
regex: '^@{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_bot_username|regex_escape }}:{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_domain|regex_escape }}$'
de.sorunome.msc2409.push_ephemeral: true
matrix_beeper_linkedin_registration: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_registration_yaml|from_yaml }}"
- set_fact:
matrix_systemd_services_list: "{{ matrix_systemd_services_list + ['matrix-beeper-linkedin.service'] }}"
when: matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled|bool
# If the matrix-synapse role is not used, these variables may not exist.
- set_fact:
matrix_synapse_container_extra_arguments: >
{{ matrix_synapse_container_extra_arguments|default([]) }}
+
["--mount type=bind,src={{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_config_path }}/registration.yaml,dst=/matrix-beeper-linkedin-registration.yaml,ro"]
matrix_synapse_app_service_config_files: >
{{ matrix_synapse_app_service_config_files|default([]) }}
+
{{ ["/matrix-beeper-linkedin-registration.yaml"] }}
when: matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled|bool
- import_tasks: "{{ role_path }}/tasks/init.yml"
tags:
- always
- import_tasks: "{{ role_path }}/tasks/validate_config.yml"
when: "run_setup|bool and matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled|bool"
tags:
- setup-all
- setup-beeper-linkedin
- import_tasks: "{{ role_path }}/tasks/setup_install.yml"
when: "run_setup and matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled"
tags:
- setup-all
- setup-beeper-linkedin
- import_tasks: "{{ role_path }}/tasks/setup_uninstall.yml"
when: "run_setup and not matrix_beeper_linkedin_enabled"
tags:
- setup-all
- setup-beeper-linkedin
---
# If the matrix-synapse role is not used, `matrix_synapse_role_executed` won't exist.
# We don't want to fail in such cases.
- name: Fail if matrix-synapse role already executed
fail:
msg: >-
The matrix-bridge-beeper-linkedin role needs to execute before the matrix-synapse role.
when: "matrix_synapse_role_executed|default(False)"
- name: Ensure Beeper LinkedIn image is pulled
docker_image:
name: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_docker_image }}"
source: "{{ 'pull' if ansible_version.major > 2 or ansible_version.minor > 7 else omit }}"
force_source: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_docker_image_force_pull if ansible_version.major > 2 or ansible_version.minor >= 8 else omit }}"
force: "{{ omit if ansible_version.major > 2 or ansible_version.minor >= 8 else matrix_beeper_linkedin_docker_image_force_pull }}"
- name: Ensure Beeper LinkedIn paths exists
file:
path: "{{ item }}"
state: directory
mode: 0750
owner: "{{ matrix_user_username }}"
group: "{{ matrix_user_groupname }}"
with_items:
- "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_base_path }}"
- "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_config_path }}"
- "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_data_path }}"
- name: Ensure beeper-linkedin config.yaml installed
copy:
content: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_configuration|to_nice_yaml }}"
dest: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_config_path }}/config.yaml"
mode: 0644
owner: "{{ matrix_user_username }}"
group: "{{ matrix_user_groupname }}"
- name: Ensure beeper-linkedin registration.yaml installed
copy:
content: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_registration|to_nice_yaml }}"
dest: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_config_path }}/registration.yaml"
mode: 0644
owner: "{{ matrix_user_username }}"
group: "{{ matrix_user_groupname }}"
- name: Ensure matrix-beeper-linkedin.service installed
template:
src: "{{ role_path }}/templates/systemd/matrix-beeper-linkedin.service.j2"
dest: "{{ matrix_systemd_path }}/matrix-beeper-linkedin.service"
mode: 0644
register: matrix_beeper_linkedin_systemd_service_result
- name: Ensure systemd reloaded after matrix-beeper-linkedin.service installation
service:
daemon_reload: yes
when: "matrix_beeper_linkedin_systemd_service_result.changed"
---
- name: Check existence of matrix-beeper-linkedin service
stat:
path: "{{ matrix_systemd_path }}/matrix-beeper-linkedin.service"
register: matrix_beeper_linkedin_service_stat
- name: Ensure matrix-beeper-linkedin is stopped
service:
name: matrix-beeper-linkedin
state: stopped
daemon_reload: yes
when: "matrix_beeper_linkedin_service_stat.stat.exists"
- name: Ensure matrix-beeper-linkedin.service doesn't exist
file:
path: "{{ matrix_systemd_path }}/matrix-beeper-linkedin.service"
state: absent
when: "matrix_beeper_linkedin_service_stat.stat.exists"
- name: Ensure systemd reloaded after matrix-beeper-linkedin.service removal
service:
daemon_reload: yes
when: "matrix_beeper_linkedin_service_stat.stat.exists"
---
- name: Fail if required settings not defined
fail:
msg: >-
You need to define a required configuration setting (`{{ item }}`).
when: "vars[item] == ''"
with_items:
- "matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_token"
- "matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_token"
#jinja2: lstrip_blocks: "True"
# Homeserver details.
homeserver:
# The address that this appservice can use to connect to the homeserver.
address: {{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_address }}
# The domain of the homeserver (for MXIDs, etc).
domain: {{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_domain }}
# Whether or not to verify the SSL certificate of the homeserver.
# Only applies if address starts with https://
verify_ssl: true
# Whether or not the homeserver supports asmux-specific endpoints,
# such as /_matrix/client/unstable/net.maunium.asmux/dms for atomically
# updating m.direct.
asmux: false
# Number of retries for all HTTP requests if the homeserver isn't reachable.
http_retry_count: 4
appservice:
# The address that the homeserver can use to connect to this appservice.
address: {{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_address }}
# The hostname and port where this appservice should listen.
hostname: 0.0.0.0
port: 29319
# The maximum body size of appservice API requests (from the homeserver) in mebibytes
# Usually 1 is enough, but on high-traffic bridges you might need to increase this to avoid 413s
max_body_size: 1
# The full URI to the database. Only Postgres is currently supported.
database: {{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_database_uri|to_json }}
# Additional arguments for asyncpg.create_pool()
# https://magicstack.github.io/asyncpg/current/api/index.html#asyncpg.pool.create_pool
database_opts:
min_size: 5
max_size: 10
# Provisioning API part of the web server for automated portal creation and fetching information.
# Used by things like mautrix-manager (https://github.com/tulir/mautrix-manager).
provisioning:
# Whether or not the provisioning API should be enabled.
enabled: true
# The prefix to use in the provisioning API endpoints.
prefix: /_matrix/provision/v1
# The shared secret to authorize users of the API.
# Set to "generate" to generate and save a new token.
shared_secret: generate
# The unique ID of this appservice.
id: beeper_linkedin
# Appservice bot details.
bot:
# Username of the appservice bot.
username: {{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_bot_username|to_json }}
# Display name and avatar for bot. Set to "remove" to remove display name/avatar, leave empty
# to leave display name/avatar as-is.
displayname: LinkedIn bridge bot
avatar: mxc://sumnerevans.com/XMtwdeUBnxYvWNFFrfeTSHqB
# Whether or not to receive ephemeral events via appservice transactions.
# Requires MSC2409 support (i.e. Synapse 1.22+).
# You should disable bridge -> sync_with_custom_puppets when this is enabled.
ephemeral_events: false
# Authentication tokens for AS <-> HS communication. Autogenerated; do not modify.
as_token: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_appservice_token }}"
hs_token: "{{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_homeserver_token }}"
# Prometheus telemetry config. Requires prometheus-client to be installed.
metrics:
enabled: false
listen_port: 8000
# Manhole config.
manhole:
# Whether or not opening the manhole is allowed.
enabled: false
# The path for the unix socket.
path: /var/tmp/linkedin-matrix.manhole
# The list of UIDs who can be added to the whitelist.
# If empty, any UIDs can be specified in the open-manhole command.
whitelist:
- 0
# Bridge config
bridge:
# Localpart template of MXIDs for LinkedIn users.
username_template: "linkedin_{userid}"
# Displayname template for LinkedIn users.
# Localpart template for per-user room grouping community IDs.
# The bridge will create these communities and add all of the specific user's portals to the community.
# {localpart} is the MXID localpart and {server} is the MXID server part of the user.
# (Note that, by default, non-admins might not have your homeserver's permission to create
# communities. You should set `enable_group_creation: true` in homeserver.yaml to fix this.)
# `linkedin_{localpart}={server}` is a good value.
community_template: null
# Displayname template for LinkedIn users.
# {displayname} is replaced with the display name of the LinkedIn user
# as defined below in displayname_preference.
# Keys available for displayname_preference are also available here.
displayname_template: "{displayname} (LinkedIn)"
# Number of chats to sync (and create portals for) on startup/login.
# Set 0 to disable automatic syncing.
initial_chat_sync: 10
# Whether or not the LinkedIn users of logged in Matrix users should be
# invited to private chats when the user sends a message from another client.
invite_own_puppet_to_pm: false
# Whether or not to use /sync to get presence, read receipts and typing notifications
# when double puppeting is enabled
sync_with_custom_puppets: true
# Whether or not to update the m.direct account data event when double puppeting is enabled.
# Note that updating the m.direct event is not atomic (except with mautrix-asmux)
# and is therefore prone to race conditions.
sync_direct_chat_list: false
# Servers to always allow double puppeting from
double_puppet_server_map: {}
# example.com: https://example.com
# Allow using double puppeting from any server with a valid client .well-known file.
# Maximum number of seconds since last message in chat to skip
# syncing the chat in any case. This setting will take priority
# over both recovery_chat_sync_limit and initial_chat_sync_count.
# Default is 3 days = 259200 seconds
sync_max_chat_age: 259200
# Whether or not to sync with custom puppets to receive EDUs that
# are not normally sent to appservices.
sync_with_custom_puppets: true
# Shared secret for https://github.com/devture/matrix-synapse-shared-secret-auth
#
# If set, custom puppets will be enabled automatically for local users
# instead of users having to find an access token and run `login-matrix`
# manually.
login_shared_secret: {{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_login_shared_secret|to_json }}
# Allow using double puppeting from any server with a valid client .well-known file.
double_puppet_allow_discovery: false
# Whether or not to bridge presence in both directions. LinkedIn allows users not to broadcast
# presence, but then it won't send other users' presence to the client.
presence: {{ matrix_beeper_linkedin_bridge_presence|to_json }}
# Whether or not to update avatars when syncing all contacts at startup.
update_avatar_initial_sync: true
# End-to-bridge encryption support options. These require matrix-nio to be installed with pip
# and login_shared_secret to be configured in order to get a device for the bridge bot.
#
# Additionally, https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/pull/5758 is required if using a normal
# application service.
encryption:
# Allow encryption, work in group chat rooms with e2ee enabled
allow: false
# Default to encryption, force-enable encryption in all portals the bridge creates
# This will cause the bridge bot to be in private chats for the encryption to work properly.
default: false
# Options for automatic key sharing.
key_sharing:
# Enable key sharing? If enabled, key requests for rooms where users are in will be fulfilled.
# You must use a client that supports requesting keys from other users to use this feature.
allow: false
# Require the requesting device to have a valid cross-signing signature?
# This doesn't require that the bridge has verified the device, only that the user has verified it.
# Not yet implemented.
require_cross_signing: false
# Require devices to be verified by the bridge?
# Verification by the bridge is not yet implemented.
require_verification: true
# Whether or not the bridge should send a read receipt from the bridge bot when a message has
# been sent to LinkedIn.
delivery_receipts: false
# Whether to allow inviting arbitrary mxids to portal rooms
allow_invites: false
# Settings for backfilling messages from LinkedIn.
backfill:
# Whether or not the LinkedIn users of logged in Matrix users should be
# invited to private chats when backfilling history from LinkedIn. This is
# usually needed to prevent rate limits and to allow timestamp massaging.
invite_own_puppet: true
# Maximum number of messages to backfill initially.
# Set to 0 to disable backfilling when creating portal.
initial_limit: 0
# Maximum number of messages to backfill if messages were missed while
# the bridge was disconnected.
# Set to 0 to disable backfilling missed messages.
missed_limit: 1000
# If using double puppeting, should notifications be disabled
# while the initial backfill is in progress?
disable_notifications: false
periodic_reconnect:
# TODO needed?
# Interval in seconds in which to automatically reconnect all users.
# This can be used to automatically mitigate the bug where Linkedin stops sending messages.
# Set to -1 to disable periodic reconnections entirely.
interval: -1
# What to do in periodic reconnects. Either "refresh" or "reconnect"
mode: refresh
# Should even disconnected users be reconnected?
always: false
# The number of seconds that a disconnection can last without triggering an automatic re-sync
# and missed message backfilling when reconnecting.
# Set to 0 to always re-sync, or -1 to never re-sync automatically.
resync_max_disconnected_time: 5
# Whether or not temporary disconnections should send notices to the notice room.
# If this is false, disconnections will never send messages and connections will only send
# messages if it was disconnected for more than resync_max_disconnected_time seconds.
temporary_disconnect_notices: true
# Whether or not the bridge should try to "refresh" the connection if a normal reconnection
# attempt fails.
refresh_on_reconnection_fail: false
# Set this to true to tell the bridge to re-send m.bridge events to all rooms on the next run.
# This field will automatically be changed back to false after it,
# except if the config file is not writable.
resend_bridge_info: false
# When using double puppeting, should muted chats be muted in Matrix?
mute_bridging: false
# Whether or not mute status and tags should only be bridged when the portal room is created.
tag_only_on_create: true
# The prefix for commands. Only required in non-management rooms.
command_prefix: "!li"