GNU Privacy Handbook

Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Fri Feb 5 12:01:38 CET 2016

Looking over the GNU Privacy Handbook, it's clear it hasn't received any
maintenance in a decade or more.  According to it, DSA is limited to
1024-bit keys, RSA gets almost no mention, SKS gets no mention, and
users are led to use the (closed-source, non-synchronizing) PGP
Corporation keyserver.

IMO, the GPH needs to be taken down.  Documentation that badly out of
date does no one any good.  At the very least it needs top-to-bottom

If Mike Ashley is no longer maintaining the GNU Privacy Handbook, I'm
willing to take on the job.

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