add a request for advocating crypto to the crypto tools
John at enigmail.net
Thu Oct 24 04:20:24 CEST 2013
Hauke Laging wrote:
> due to its rather little visibility for the average user this affects GnuPG
> less than its GUIs (the mail clients in particular). It may well be used in
> the GnuPG documentation (man, info, www). But I assume that many GUI (or more
> general: crypto tool) developers are on these lists.
> We need everyone we can get for help in advocating the usage of crypto tools.
> Currently probably even most crypto users are not aware of the opportunities
> they have for doing that (even at nearly no effort). Thus I suggest that the
> crypto tools get somewhere (configuration windows) a link to a page which
> tells them.
Enigmail has long been a featured extension on Thunderbird's page
I just checked and it is also featured on Seamonkey's
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