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Synapse: New Version v1.95.0 of Matrix Homeserver Released

Matrix Synapse, an open-source Matrix homeserver developed by the Foundation, has recently released version v1.95.0. For those unfamiliar with Matrix, it is an open standard for communication on the internet that supports federation, encryption, and VoIP. The website provides more information about the project’s goals, and the formal specification delves into the technical aspects.

With this new release, Synapse introduces several notable features and improvements. Some of the key highlights include:

  • The ability to build Debian packages specifically for Ubuntu 23.10 Mantic Minotaur, enabling seamless integration and compatibility with the latest version of the popular Linux distribution.
  • Improved performance and stability, ensuring a reliable and efficient experience for users.
  • Bug fixes and security enhancements, addressing any potential vulnerabilities and further strengthening the server’s overall security.
  • Enhanced documentation, providing users with comprehensive guides and resources to make the most out of Synapse’s capabilities.

To learn more about Synapse v1.95.0 and download the latest release, visit the official Matrix Synapse GitHub page at Whether you are a seasoned user or new to Matrix, this release is worth exploring for its performance improvements, bug fixes, and new features.