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Re: Bug#858229: ITP: passh -- passh: a pass fork - stores, retrieves, generates, and synchronizes passwords securely.

On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 07:21:00PM +1100, Brian May wrote:
> Christian Seiler <christian@iwakd.de> writes:
> > Specifically take a look at this message from the author of the original
> > tool:
> > https://lists.zx2c4.com/pipermail/password-store/2017-February/002799.html
> >
> > The fork appears to have happened after that, but wasn't mentioned at
> > all on the upstream mailing list.
> "However, the basic ideas seem like good ones, and I'll look into
> adopting these with a less offensive implementation."
> Seems like the author liked the concepts behinds the patches, but felt
> that the patches needed more work. I think I would have started by
> trying to submit a smaller change (e.g. maybe the first patch in the
> series).

The author of `passh`, the forker of `pass` is now also in the To: field.

I did add Ivan as an invite to join this discussion.
To know why the fork was needed. ( and maybe if it could be avoided )

Previous postings are at http://bugs.debian.org/858229

> I don't see any response to this email.
> Doesn't inspire confidence :-(

The ITP is about six hours old.
Allow people some time to response  :-)

Geert Stappers
Leven en laten leven

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