A wiki for GnuPG and related topics?
Arturo 'Buanzo' Busleiman
buanzo at buanzo.com.ar
Sat Jan 5 13:59:12 CET 2013
I created a small fun project about openpgp authentication for http called
enigform. I'm using it on my blog http://blogs.buanzo.com.ar - any software
that supports basic http auth can use it with minimal modifications. Check
out http://wiki.buanzo.org for more details.
On Jan 5, 2013 9:04 AM, "Hauke Laging" <mailinglisten at hauke-laging.de>
> Am Fr 21.12.2012, 12:30:43 schrieb Bernhard Reiter:
> > Still I have seen numerous installations where setup
> > or basic administration issues were faulty, resulting
> > in bad user experiences. And they are even unfortunate
> > because the technology of GnuPG would have allowed
> > to configure and use it in a better way. It mainly is
> > lack of knowledge.
> as you may know from the users mailing list I am working on something by
> idea "increase the use of OpenPGP by increasing knowledge about it", too:
> This had a focus different from yours and will be limited to Germany /
> at least for a while but I am willing to help towards your project.
> > To give one example I recently saw Kontact on OpenSuse 12.2
> > where they stil are unable to start a gnupg-agent by default.
> > Simple thing that worsens the experience a lot.
> Really? In which way? I am annoyed because it seems not to be possible to
> configure openSUSE to start gpg-agent with SSH. Instead ssh-agent is
> as a seperate process. IIRC this was different in earlier versions. I
> admit I
> have not complained about that in the bugtracking system yet.
> > It takes a bit to maintain, spam fighting
> Really? If editing requires an OpenPGP key? ;-)
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