First steps with GPG, am I off to a good start?
lunar at debian.org
Sat Oct 12 05:25:45 CEST 2013
> Twenty years of experience shows us that it's a lost cause. PGP is
> simply too hard for "average" computer users. Even those who use PGP,
> which by definition makes them "above average" commonly don't refresh
> their key rings. So whether either of us like it or not, any plan that
> requires users to refresh their key rings for it to work is simply
Yet, no one came up with a tool as straightforward as parcimonie 
before two years ago. My keyring has been fresh ever since I could
`apt-get install` it.
Easy to use public key cryptography is a hard problem. Maybe PGP has
some issues that can't be solved, but I believe we are making progress
in understanding how to make the whole experience more enjoyable.
lunar at debian.org : :Ⓐ : # apt-get install anarchism
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