Fedora Magazine - Pitch: GPG

Samuel W. Flint swflint at flintfam.org
Tue Jan 12 02:03:15 UTC 2016


>>>>> charles profitt writes:

CP> On Mon, 2016-01-11 at 09:59 -0500, Paul W. Frields wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 10, 2016 at 03:56:59PM -0500, charles profitt wrote: > I
>> have put up an outline for a potential magazine article.  > >
>> https://fedoramagazine.org/?p=11485&preview=true > > I am not sure
>> how many article the series would have, but my guess > would be three
>> to four.  >
>>
>> I like this idea.  Perhaps it would also make sense in the initial
>> article to include infromation about a few GUI applications that
>> people can use to manage GPG keys, e.g. Seahorse.

CP> I am aware of Seahorse. I will look in to other GUI apps. If anyone
CP> knows of some, please feel free to post them to this thread.

Emacs has PGG and EPG.  Although those are probably only important to a
(very) small subset of users.

CP> Thanks,

CP> Charles

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HTH,

Sam

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