|Name : signing-party
|Version : 2.7
||Vendor : obs://build_opensuse_org/home:jejb1:Tumbleweed
|Release : lp150.4.1
||Date : 2019-02-11 11:32:44
|Group : Productivity/Security
||Source RPM : signing-party-2.7-lp150.4.1.src.rpm
|Size : 0.22 MB
|Packager : (none)
|Summary : GPG Tools
|Description : |
Signing Party is a collection for all kinds of pgp related things,
including signing scripts, party preparation scripts etc.
caff is a script that helps you in keysigning. It takes a list of
keyids on the command line, fetches them from a keyserver and calls
GnuPG so that you can sign it. It then mails each key to all its email
addresses - only including the one UID that we send to in each mail.
pgp-clean takes a list of keyids on the command line and outputs an
ascii-armored keyring on stdout for each key with all signatures
except self-signatures stripped. Its use is to reduce the size of keys
sent out after signing. (pgp-clean is a stripped-down caff version.)
gpg-key2ps will output a PostScript file which has your Key-ID, UIDs
and fingerprint nicely formatted for printing paper slips to take with
you to a signing-party.
Given one or more key-ids, gpg-mailkeys mails these keys to their
owners. You use this after you\'ve signed them. By default, the mails
contain a standard text and your name and address as the From (as
determined by the sendmail command).
gpglist takes a keyid and creates a listing showing who signed your
gpgsigs was written to assist the user in signing keys during a
keysigning party. It takes as input a file containing keys in gpg
--list-keys format and prepends every line with a tag indicating if
the user has already signed that uid.
keylookup is a wrapper around gpg --search, allowing you to search for
keys on a keyserver. It presents the list of matching keys to the user
and allows her to select the keys for importing into the GnuPG
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