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I agree with Off-the-record (OTR) encrypted messaging in jappix, at least in private single-user conversations, implementation wich exist for binary clients, and is well known.
The "issue" here is end to end encryption, which has some limitation in offline delivery.
Axolotl aims to solve offline delivery but not in the js implementation at the moment, through history syncronization (in regular clients not in a browser window).
So, here I hoped to get at least some kind of "old" e2e encryption that didn't come.
Now what are you promising? offline encrypted messages? or multi end points? that doesn't exist neither in binary clients (ok offline can be achieved through PGP as usual but not through OTR implementation loosing perfect forward secrecy and deniability), history sync is server dependant and many servers don't store offline messages for security purpose.
but for now no encryption.