Symmy in kde-review
jr at jriddell.org
Tue Mar 19 15:34:00 GMT 2019
I'm bumping this thread again to get a decision on symmy passing
kdereview. The technical problems have been fixed. The question of
whether it would be better to add to kgpg is open but as it has not
been added to kgpg and nobody is planning to do so it's a moot point.
So give symmy a final review if you wish else I'll put it into
On Sat, 25 Nov 2017 at 13:31, Elvis Angelaccio <elvis.angelaccio at kde.org> wrote:
> symmy has been moved to kde-review for the usual review process.
> It's a tiny frontend for the symmetric encryption functionality of GPG. It
> doesn't handle signing or public/private keys, as we already have kgpg or
> kleopatra for that.
> Symmy can be useful if you have to send some sensitive file to someone, of
> if you want to store it on some proprietary cloud service.
> It comes with a CLI application and plugins for GUI integration with
> I'd like to move it to either extragear-utils or kde-utils, if everything
> looks good.
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