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Re: Reaction to potential PGP schism

On 21/12/23 04:16, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
# What Can Debian Do About This?

I've attempted to chart one possible path out of part of this situation
by proposing a minimized, simplified interface to some common baseline
OpenPGP semantics -- in particular, the "Stateless OpenPGP" interface,
or "sop", as documented here:


Hi, thanks for the detailed overview.

As the Uploader of rust-sequoia-openpgp, what do you think of the related sequoia-chameleon-gnupg project [1] (drop-in replacement for gpg that uses sequoia internally)?

Would it work as a stop-gap measure while the Debian infrastructure moves from GnuPG to something else (to `sop`, for instance)?


[1] https://gitlab.com/sequoia-pgp/sequoia-chameleon-gnupg not yet in Debian AFAIK

Gioele Barabucci

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