Docs central, with 'Email Self-Defence'
suspekt at gmx.de
Sun Jun 8 17:49:41 CEST 2014
I have some links about key creation and gpg in general that I would
provide of course. the problem is, that I don't know if/how correct they
are because I am not that into gpg yet. Some blogposts are rather old,
which can mean they are no longer up to date but doesn't have to. I
don't want to spread outdated/incorrect information so how to proceed?
That said, adding them to the wiki directly doesn't seem to be ideal...
Am 06.06.2014 11:36, schrieb Bernhard Reiter:
> Friends of OpenPGP, GnuPG, End-to-End encryption,
> in the last 18 months, people started writing more about GnuPG
> and its relatives. We need to keep the overview and if possible
> provide a central place where people can find the best documentation
> for them to read.
> This is a task which we can and should tackle together!
> The sheer number of new guides and blog entry shows that there is a need
> for guidance. If we can help to unlock what is already there,
> this will further Ende-to-End encryption and help Werner and the other
> GnuPG developers to focus on doing the software engineeiring itself.
> Thus I've started
> and did a first entry for the new CC-BY-(SA) short guide from the FSF.
> I could use more critical review, so if you read it or other documents,
> please add a link or a comment.
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