Invitation to the 5th OpenPGP Email Summit

Patrick Brunschwig patrick at
Sun Sep 8 13:40:55 CEST 2019

Up to now, I only got 12 replies.

*Reminder: Please send me a mail if you plan to come*


On 18.06.2019 13:05, Patrick Brunschwig wrote:
> I'm happy to announce the 5th OpenPGP Email Summit which will take place
>   Saturday, October 12 until Sunday, October 13, 2019
>   in Berlin (Germany) at the Onion Space.
> Last year, the idea came up that it would be nice if some of the topics
> discussed could directly be prototyped. I have therefore booked the
> Onion Space for Monday and Tuesday (October 14/15), such that those who
> are interested can directly start working on their product.
> ==============================
> This is an event open for anybody involved in the development of email
> clients using OpenPGP for encryption, and related software.
> We already had four OpenPGP Email Summits at various locations in
> Europe. These are meetings by technical experts of projects and tools
> dealing with OpenPGP with a focus on email encryption. The goals are to
> better get to know each other, and to discuss and work on several
> technical issues that hopefully improve certain aspects of OpenPGP-based
> email encryption. For details, see
> ============
> If you want to attend, please *send an informal email* to:
>  patrick at
> Please let me know if you plan to stay on Monday and/or Tuesday.
> If you need funding for your travel/hotel expenses, then please get
> in contact with me.
> =====
> This is a meeting of those who develop software. Thus, we will have a
> lot of tech talk about key servers, key exchange, subject encryption,
> password recovery, etc. If you just are interested in these topics as a
> user, you probably will be bored to death .
> Thus, feel free to join us if you are working in the area of
> - with OpenPGP
> - in a project or product.
> Note however, that due to capacity reasons we cannot have more
> than 1-2 people from each project. We can host about 30 attendees.
> Note that this is still neither a well-organized conference nor a
> commercial meeting. The agenda will be driven by the attendees. Anyone
> may propose any topic for discussion, as long as he/she is ready to lead
> the discussion.
> More details are/will be available on the web site:
> Looking forward to meeting you in Berlin
> -Patrick

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