[Enigmail] Future OpenPGP Support in Thunderbird

Hernâni Marques (p≡p foundation) hernani.marques at pep.foundation
Tue Oct 8 18:57:55 CEST 2019

On 08.10.19 18:37, Dmitry Alexandrov wrote:

> Pity, but I hope it will be better that way.  In particular I hope, that Mozilla will not follow your example and won’t entice users to proprietary isolated keyserver [0] instead of distributed SKS network thus splitting the keybase.  And won’t promote standards [1] that suspiciously resemble embrace-extend-and-extinguish tactics employed against PGP either.
> [0] https://keys.openpgp.org
> [1] https://pep.security
pEp is not against PGP, it's just PGP-supporting as much as it makes
sense for interop reasons and goes beyond email already today; and it's
designed from the very beginning on to support other crypto as well
(agnosticism on messaging & crypto).

p≡p foundation: https://pep.foundation/
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