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Chit-chat with an AI

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Please do not theme this app



Documentation is available here



You can either use your GNOME Software and search for "Bavarder" or you can run

flatpak install io.github.Bavarder.Bavarder


You can download a flatpak from the latest commit here. Download the file and run:

flatpak install bavarder.flatpak

From Source

Clone the repo and run flatpak-builder

git clone https://codeberg.org/Bavarder/Bavarder # or https://github.com/Bavarder/Bavarder
cd Bavarder
flatpak-builder --install --user --force-clean repo/ build-aux/flatpak/io.github.Bavarder.Bavarder.json


You can see more install methods on the website


The GNOME Code of Conduct is applicable to this project

See SEEN.md for a list of articles and posts about Bavarder


Translation status

You can translate Bavarder using Codeberg Translate


About the name

Bavarder is a french word, the definiton of Bavarder is "Parler abondamment de choses sans grande portée" (Talking a lot about things that don't matter) (Larousse) which can be translated by Chit-Chat (informal conversation about matters that are not important). For non-french speakers, Bavarder can be hard to speak, it's prounouced as [bavaʀde]. Hear here

See also

Imaginer : Imagine with AI

A tool for generating pictures with AI (GNOME app)