coffeepot at gmail.com
Tue May 9 21:59:33 CEST 2006
I appreciate the time you guys dedicate for the development and
maintenance of GnuPG.
Many people use a PDA in their work and/or daily routines. Do you use
a PDA? How many of the Physicians you know use a PDA. PGP was one of
the few reliable HIPAA compliant applications for Palm. Now the
available applications vary in reliability and show a near complete
lack of standardization. The PGP people refuse to make PGP for Palm
available even commercially.
How about a "SuperWaba" (http://www.superwaba.org/) port? This would
make it useful on more than one platform (Palm OS, Symbian 7.0s (Nokia
6600, 6670) etc...), No? Would this introduce more security headaches?
The Palm/PDA port is probably not a priority for most developers, but
people are becoming more mobile.
As I said, I appreciate your work. GnuPG is a great product even
without a Palm port.
On 5/9/06, Werner Koch <wk at gnupg.org> wrote:
> <coffeepot at gmail.com> writes:
> > Any plans for a GPG for Palm OS?
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