So there would need to be some sort of logical grouping due to topic.Participants would be completely anonymous to each other. The outside world wouldn't be able to see this, only anyone signed into that particular session would be able to see what's going on (not including anyone who can see their computer screen). As far as why CMD? Well, one I just had a picture of my head, I like the idea of the plainness of it, a command-line based live chat that is just super basic. Two command prompt is already a text base and the chat window (that I have in my head) would be just that: a line for line chat of people entering their entries and responses the same way it would look as if you pulled up codes for a console command list in a game. A solid black background, green text, and the ability to chat with anyone anywhere any time without having to have a web browser opened. Simplistic.
Oh, I don't think any of us consider this to be impossible. It's more that we can't think of any good reason why anyone would develop or use such a program.This idea doesn't seem outside of the realm of possibility.
So how do I know who to give this reg key to?Well, to be clear, the content of this would be much more pointed. Nobody can just join in unless they are specifically given the registration key and password for the convo that you expressly created, so, you would never be talking to any 13 year old about Fortnite unless that was specifically the purpose of creating the discussion assuming that the person that you gave the reg key and password to was to know what you needed to talk to them about. It would be less, random people than very specifically purposed conversation with very specific people.
Just out of random example...……….. if someone, for example... needed to have a conversation with someone in a case where it might be aggressively frowned upon to be discovered chatting with them in any public situation. That may be an example of where something like this would be of use.
Text it to whom? Let's say you are knowledgeable on F-150 trucks.You could simply test it to them. Even if someone somehow stole/hacked/sniffed/read the text they would have no idea what it was for, but the person you sent it to would know exactly what it was for.
So if this already exists, what value does shoving this into cmd bring to the table?Didn't I already answer this? The person you're communicating with isn't random, just anonymous and secure. You would have some prior communication with them and could text them what they need to join your discussion. It's a lot like Windows 10's Quick Assist. There are tons of remote support tools out there you have to download and install or join a web page for or buy or whatever, but Quick Assist is built directly into Windows 10 and requires no web browser, no install of software, no buying anything, it's just already there and that makes it way way way more convenient for remote support than anything else specific to Win10. That idea is a lot like this. It would in theory be that simple to use.