Various design questions

Bernhard Reiter
Sat Oct 20 20:01:01 2001

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Hi George,

you are asking about the =E4gypten project.
(This mailinglist is also for the gpa-metaproject and=20
still the gpa-application.)

On Fri, Oct 19, 2001 at 12:12:00PM -0400, George Staikos wrote:

> I haven't heard many details about this project and the last time I=20
> checked, the online docs were in German, but I do have a few questions ab=
> the design of this project. =20
We will constantly publish more information. Like Werner said: Some docs and other information are in German right now. It is our strategy to publish as early as we manage to do it, that is why we have some parts in German published on the web already. Just keep asking and the priority of the tanslations will rise. :)
> I guess we'll start off with this one:
> I know that you have to make this compatible with Mutt, but do you not=
> agree that things like key management should be integrated with the KDE=
> crypto manager? I think it would be unfortunate for users to have to imp=
> their keys in two places and manage them twice.
The optimal solution would be that keys are held in one place and can be accessed by several "front-ends". GpgSM will be this part in the diagramm of AFAIUI Gpgme will be the api which can be used by several programs to control the keydatabase.=20 Bernhard --EgVrEAR5UttbsTXg Content-Type: application/pgp-signature Content-Disposition: inline -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Weitere Infos: siehe iEYEARECAAYFAjvRu0MACgkQh9ag3dpKERZq4wCeIBvWM0oCCKdQJ8jrGTMA0/GM Id4AoM0m8ZpmAy7w++1JGYpcuA10Av6H =DgQ+ -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --EgVrEAR5UttbsTXg--