E-Mail Encryption: Why Isn't Everyone Doing It?
Fri Oct 25 13:27:01 2002
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On Friday 25 Oct 2002 10:26 am, David Pic=F3n =C1lvarez wrote:
> Obviously, everyone has the right to use whatever software they
> prefer and in whatever manner. I just think that: 1) spending gnupg's
> developers time in a GUI wouldn't be optimum resource allocation. 2)
> a gui may not be the best thing from a security standpoint. 3) I
> don't believe creating a gnupg gui for unix would increase its user
> Anyway, I don't want to seem fanatical or something. :-)
I'm not asking that gnupg developers spend their time on a GUI for GPG. =20
I think that there is a demand for a GUI to the functions of GPG in=20
Linux (as least from me and several other members of the PGP-Basics=20
List), and I'd like to see if it is a practical possibility.
If it withers on the vine, then (clearly) I am in a small minority. But=20
I think that somebody should start the ball rolling to see.
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