Commit ad72a9f3 authored by Tobias Mueller's avatar Tobias Mueller

Bumped version to 0.9

parent 66d5aeec
......@@ -135,16 +135,16 @@ you to have your key signed by others running the application in client
mode.
Once you've fired up the application, you can see a list of your private keys.
Select one and click "Next".
Select one and the application will advance to the next stage.
You will see the details of the key you've selected. You can revise
your selected and click "Back". If you are happy with the key you have
selected, click "Next". This will cause the key's availability to be
published on the local network. Also, a HTTP server will be spawned in
order to enable others to download your key. You also notice a bar
code. For now, it encodes the fingerprint of the key you have selected.
You will see the details of the key you've selected.
If you are happy with the key you have selected, click "Next".
This will cause the key's availability to be published on the local network.
Also, a HTTP server will be spawned in order to enable others to download
your key. In order for others to find you, the app displays both
a string identifying your key and a bar code.
Either share the fingerprint or the bar code with someone who wants to
Either share the string or the bar code with someone who wants to
sign your key.
......@@ -153,10 +153,10 @@ Client side
Here, the client side is described. This is to sign someone's key.
If you select the "Get Key" Tab, you can either enter a key's
fingerprint manually or scan a bar code. If you meet someone who has
the server side of the application running, you can scan the bar code
present at the other party.
You are presented with feed of your camera and an entry field to
type in a string. If you meet someone who has the server side of
the application running, you can scan the bar code present at the
other party.
After you either typed a fingerprint or scanned a bar code, the program
will look for the relevant key on your local network. Note that you've
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GNOME Keysign is a tool to make signing OpenPGP keys as easy as possible.
This is the v0.8 release which fixes a few bugs and adds a gpgme based
gpg library.
This is the v0.9 release which makes use of Glade based widgets and fixes
a few important bugs.
The project location also changed to
You can get the app from:
https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/
Changes
==========
* Show a window with a stacktrace if an exception is not caught
* Added gpgmh which wraps both monkeysign and gpgme
* Dynamically construct static widgets
* The fullscreen QR code can now be moved to another screen by pressing
the left or right key
* The keyserver module can now be called directly to serve a given key
* Made the Keyserver poll more often to detect shutdowns earlier
* Widgets are now loaded from Glade files instead of
created from Python code
* The key downloader returns bytes rather than strings
* Keyserver: Now using application/pgp-keys as MIME type
* Barcode scanner: Removed GStreamer<1.6 compatibility
* Barcode scanner: Moved to gtksink for reducing code
and increasing compatibility with running in a VM
* Barcode scanner: Moved to autovideosrc
* Barcode scanner: Stopped logging every single message
* ScalingImage: Respecting the height when calculating the scale
* KeysPage: Renamed signals to match Gtk convention more closely
* Make it find the relevant key faster by ordering the list
of servers before attempting to download
......@@ -23,5 +32,5 @@ Changes
Resources
=========
Download: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/archive/0.8.tar.gz
Download: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/archive/0.9.tar.gz
Web site: https://wiki.gnome.org/GnomeKeysign
#!/usr/bin/env python
__version__ = '0.8'
__version__ = '0.9'
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