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  • 0.9.7.2   GNOME Keysign is a tool to make signing OpenPGP keys as easy as possible. This is the v0.9.7.2 release which fixes only the appdata. You can get the app from: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/ Changes ========== * Change desktop ID * Save appdata in share/metainfo Resources ========= Download: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/archive/0.9.7.2.tar.gz Web site: https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/GnomeKeysign
    cfcb137e · bump version to 0.9.7.2 ·
  • 0.9.7.1   GNOME Keysign is a tool to make signing OpenPGP keys as easy as possible. This is the v0.9.7.1 release which fixes only the appdata. You can get the app from: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/ Changes ========== * Generate appdata with XML declaration Resources ========= Download: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/archive/0.9.7.1.tar.gz Web site: https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/GnomeKeysign
    bbc11d32 · bumped version to 0.9.7.1 ·
  • 0.9.7   GNOME Keysign is a tool to make signing OpenPGP keys as easy as possible. This is the v0.9.7 release which makes minor changes to stabilise the app in various circumstances, including running as a flatpaked app. You can get the app from: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/ Changes ========== * Fixed icon, desktop, and appdata file names to match appid * support for running as a flatpak app, i.e. making use of email portal * Handle gpgme's "status_code_lost" if the agent on the host is old * Handle gpgme's "INV_SGNR" for expired keys * Fixed the detection of keys and the relevant homedir * Now fully removed traces of monkeysign * Fixed an encoding issue with Bluetooth under Python2 * Bluetooth should now really be optional * work around a crash in gpgme on 32bit Resources ========= Download: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/archive/0.9.7.tar.gz Web site: https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/GnomeKeysign
  • 0.9.6
    5d1c180d · bumped version to 0.9.6 ·
  • 0.9.5   Bumped version to 0.9.5 GNOME Keysign is a tool to make signing OpenPGP keys as easy as possible. This is the v0.9.5 release which is much more stable for pathologic OpenPGP keys and brings support for translations. It also supports transferring file via Bluetooth instead of the local network. You can get the app from: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/ Changes ========== * Translation support. Read keysign/locale/README.rst for details. * gpgme: Ignore KEY_CONSIDERED and CARDCTRL. * gpgmh: Support for colons in UIDs. * gpgmh: Default to gpgmeh * avahioffer: Do not depend on Gtk, GLib, or GObject * Added Bluetooth support * Much better Python 3 support Resources ========= Download: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/archive/0.9.5.tar.gz Web site: https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/GnomeKeysign
    8f4aa01e · Merged sha256 hmac ·
  • 0.9   Bumped version to 0.9 GNOME Keysign is a tool to make signing OpenPGP keys as easy as possible. This is the v0.9 release which makes use of Glade based widgets and fixes a few important bugs. You can get the app from: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/ Changes ========== * 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 Resources ========= Download: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/archive/0.9.tar.gz Web site: https://wiki.gnome.org/GnomeKeysign
    ad72a9f3 · Bumped version to 0.9 ·
  • 0.8   Tag 0.8 release 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. The project location also changed to 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 * Make it find the relevant key faster by ordering the list of servers before attempting to download Resources ========= Download: https://github.com/GNOME-Keysign/gnome-keysign/archive/0.8.tar.gz Web site: https://wiki.gnome.org/GnomeKeysign
  • 0.7   Tag 0.7 release GNOME Keysign is a tool to make signing OpenPGP keys as easy as possible. This is the v0.7 release which fixes a few bugs and increases gpg 2.1. Changes ========== * showing a message when you don't have a private key * Disable Next or Back button when hitting the end of the notebook * More Python 3 compatible code (e.g. HTTP server, StringIOs, dict.items) * (Hopefully) more efficient bar code rendering to increase the success rate when reading it * Using zbar's cache to hopefully save some CPU cycles while scanning
  • 0.6
    adac0e30 · Added 0.6 release notes ·