* Ken Manheimer <ken.manheimer(a)gmail.com> writes:
here's an update on the status of my allout changes.
i have revised my new version of allout so the new encryption features
depend on pgg rather than mailcrypt/crypt++. it is a revised version
of pgg, however, based on a combination of patches developed by me and
a fellow named sascha wilde.
Cool! Does Simon Josefsson <simon(a)josefsson.org> have these patches?
He's the XEmacs PGG package maintainer.
all the pgg attention has also precipitated a move of pgg out of
the gnus package to be a package in its own right.
PGG has been a package in its own right with XEmacs packages ever
since the code was introduced about 3 years ago.
and that i may be executing the revisions for allout, if i get
committer privileges (haven't heard anything from norbert koch).
Ken, Norbert will need your SSH public key (version 2 I think is
preferred, but version 1 should be OK too), and your preferred userid
(for CVS logging purposes).
i won't be in a position to handle the application of the pgg
revisions, though - don't want to take on maintenance of that...
That's cool. We already have a PGG maintainer. :-)
seems like it'll be a bit of a dance to get all the adjustments
place - allout, pgg revisions and resituation out of gnus, and
reflection between the gnu.org
and xemacs repositories, which is why
i'm posting this heads-up...
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