feedback on a gpg encryption/signing GUI frontend
ryan at b19.org
Sun Mar 31 09:27:05 CEST 2013
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Hey folks. From January to February of last year I wrote a GnuPG/OpenSSL
encryption & signing frontend for Linux (Python + GTK) called pyrite
(https://github.com/ryran/pyrite) and I'd like to share it with you.
Soon after "completing" pyrite (there's always more to do when you
have a project you love, but there was nothing else urgent) I got a job
working at Red Hat and have been insanely busy ever since. Last week I
had to teach a mini-class on encryption ... it reminded me how much I
love this stuff and well, here I am. Time to pick this project back up
and make sure that anyone out there who could find use in it actually
has a chance to.
If your interest is at all piqued, know that there are screenshots up on
Github, as well as details for system requirements. If you're thinking
to yourself "aren't there other gpg frontends out there?" well... take
a look at how it all went down in this post [http://bit.ly/13HXH9s]
Any feedback welcome. Cheers.
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