I just ran into this: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1309175
It's not a huge deal (and there are several workarounds, for git and for other tools which default ot using 'gpg'), but it highlights the mismatch between the default /usr/bin/gpg running gpg1, when other tools, like gpg-agent, are tailored for gpg2.

RHEL/CentOS has shipped /usr/bin/gpg with gnupg2 since at least sometime in RHEL6.
I'm not saying we shouldn't continue to ship gnupg1, but can we at least rename it, so gnupg package is version 2, and gnupg1 provides /usr/bin/gpg1 instead? This seems overdue. Is there any reason not to do this?