User-friendly keysigning that verifies that key belongs to the recipient
That is, caff-style keysigning. Ability to output an email that can then be pasted into some kind of (local or web-based) MUA.
caff (from the signing-party package) adds around 1MB to the ISO size, and is well-established. Its main drawback is that is requires a configuration file and duplicating at least some
gpg.conf settings into
~/.caff/. It has been part of Debian for a long time.
monkeysign supports basically the same usecases, but without these drawbacks.
See sub-tickets for the next steps.
|Feature #6339: Wait for monkeysign to be in Squeeze sloppy backports||Resolved||
|Feature #6455: Install monkeysign||Resolved||
|Feature #6515: Install monkeyscan dependencies||Resolved||
|Feature #8400: Test & evaluate GNOME Keysign||Resolved||
|Feature #8401: Improve monkeysign integration in Tails||Rejected||
|Feature #8402: Wait for results of GNOME Keysign's OPW internship||Resolved||intrigeri||
|Feature #11240: Document monkeysign||Rejected||sajolida||
Related to Tails -
#7 Updated by intrigeri 2014-09-09 23:32:08
The monkeyscan limitations that affect Tails are being discussed at https://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/monkeysphere/2014-08/msg00012.html.