Consider a feature request?
Thu May 22 14:36:02 2003
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On Wed, May 21, 2003 at 09:59:54PM +0000, Dick Gevers wrote:
> Hi all,
> The separate discussion on keystorage in an SQL database made me think
> of the possibility to add a bit of room for internal notes on every key in
> the local public keyring (internal meaning not exportable) which
> should be searchable via the existing gpg routines.
> For example I might have a lot of people called John, Johnny, Johnson,
> Johnsson etc. on my pubring and typing ?gpg --list-key john? could turn
> into an uncomfortably long list. But if I could add a note of ?cousin?
> in the notespace, it would, ideally, give only one entry for
> ?gpg --list-key cousin?. (Unless I had more noted cousins than *john* in
> my pubring.
Put in your config file:
group cousins = 0xABCDABCD 0x12345678 0xDEADBEEF
Then encrypting to "cousins" encrypts to the specified keyids. It
doesn't work for --list-keys: only --recipient (-r).
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