Evangelzation discussion :Was [Re: making a Debian Live CD for managing GnuPG master key and smartcards]

Bob (Robert) Cavanaugh robert.cavanaugh at broadcom.com
Tue Apr 26 23:40:06 CEST 2016

New thread for this topic...

All good points, no argument. I particularly agree regarding the
frequency. By all means promote your own product if you believe in it.
However, I stand by my opinion that there should be a clear demarcation
between GnuPG and its official distribution opposed to applications,
utilities, etc that <use> GnuPG and its official distributed utilities.
Their author(s) should not imply that their project is part of GnuPG. I
just re-checked; egpg is not listed on the gnupg.org 'Download' page. It
is not even listed on the 'Frontends' tab, which I find somewhat
surprising, as that should be the appropriate place to be listed?

On 4/26/2016 1:51 PM, Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> We don't have a rule on this subject.  I don't think we need one,
> either.  But speaking just for myself, I'd advise people not promote
> their projects more than every other month.  Six announcements a year
> ought to be plenty to let people know about a new project.
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Bob Cavanaugh
Principal Firmware Engineer
Broadcom Limited

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