[FEATURE REQ, RFC], improving ergonomic HMI fingerprint cross
t.schorpp at gmx.de
Fri Jul 16 20:38:34 CEST 2004
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Tim Mooney wrote:
| In regard to: Re: [FEATURE REQ, RFC], improving ergonomic HMI
| As an example of use, I would do something like:
| gpg --fingerprint mooney
| and then cut and paste (or sed out) the fingerprint and echo it into
| the program, like
| echo "4A21 BFC1 E902 4518 968A 55A9 015F 6BA4 4757 6386" | callsign
| which results in
| 4 Alpha 21 Bravo Foxtrot Charlie 1 Echo 9er 02 4518 9er 68 Alpha
| 55 Alpha 9er 015 Foxtrot 6 Bravo Alpha 4 4757 6386
hmmm, looks complicated, wee need to substitute numbers, too
and it must be done in C inside gnupg, all other should be considered
| It would be simple to extend so that it always (or optionally) "spelled
| the numbers (one, two, etc.) and other characters (dash, space, etc.).
im on the pgpfones source code now for analysis, and other resources.
i like to have an agree to an extended callsign abc, then.
agree, pgps biometrics is too much words for a chinese, etc ;) ...
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