docker-matrix - docker image for matrix.org

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Please make sure to use our tagged docker images and not the latest one. Specifically in a production environment you should never use :latest as that the version can be broken. We are working with the repository at "https://github.com/AVENTER-UG/docker-matrix". If you want to open issues or create pull request, please use that repository.

https://github.com/silvio/docker-matrix

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