GPG guide/Public Review

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Welcome, and thanks for giving feedback on Email Self-Defense

To our friends speaking languages other than English: you may leave non-English comments below, but it may take the FSF longer to respond to them. If you are commenting in English on a specific translation, be sure to let us know which one.

Instructions

Follow the guide at https://EmailSelfDefense.fsf.org.

Please leave your feedback as bullets in the feedback section. Make sure to include: what step your feedback refers to (unless it's more general), how experienced you are with GPG, and what operating system you are using.

For example:

Unless you're already a Free Software Foundation member, you'll need to make an account on this wiki to leave feedback. If you find that someone else has already said what you want to say, just add your name after theirs.

When you are done, please, make a note here of your username and how far you got by typing four consecutive tildes in a bullet on a new line in the contributors section. Semantic MediaWiki will automatically insert your username.


Feedback

If you left feedback during development and don't see it here, don't worry - the FSF made good use of it and has it saved. Thank you very much, you caught a lot of things.


Mensaje descifrado gpg: WARNING: The GNOME keyring manager hijacked the GnuPG agent. gpg: WARNING: GnuPG will not work properly - please configure that tool to not interfere with the GnuPG system! gpg: cifrado con clave RSA de 4096 bits, ID BLA8BLA, creada el 2015-04-04 "Bla Bla <blabla@blabla.bla>" Nota: el mensaje está cifrado con los siguientes identificadores de usuario o claves: 0xBla4Bla5Bla9 (Bla Bla <blabla@blabla.bla>)

I thought Gnome keyring manager worked together? --amunizp (fsf#12735) 15:39, 4 April 2015 (EDT)


--Gpcf 05:27, 9 June 2014 (EDT)

--Gpcf 07:00, 10 June 2014 (EDT)

Gpcf 14:34, 12 June 2014 (EDT)

--Librefan 10:28, 1 July 2014 (EDT)



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