[tomboy-list] encryption support
pete at yellowhouse.org
Sat Dec 2 07:52:00 PST 2006
On 12/2/06, Boyd Timothy <btimothy at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/30/06, Roger Nesbitt <roger.nesbitt at ecosm.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've just joined this list, so apologies if this has been previously
> > discussed.
> > Is there any current plans to implement encryption of all or specified
> > notes for Tomboy? If not, I'll put up my hand to slowly work at it.
> > I've never coded in C# before, and this might be an easy enough mod to
> > get me started over the holidays.
> > Cheers,
> > Roger
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> A couple people have brought up the idea here:
> I wonder about the following:
> - If a note is encrypted, should the note title be shown in the menu,
> the table of contents, etc.? If not, what should be shown instead?
What happens with Search comes to mind as well.
> - Have one password for all encrypted notes or separate passwords for
> each encrypted note? I think it'd be easier to remember passwords if
> it was one password for all.
gnome-keyring support. Might as well do it right from the beginning.
> - How would other plugins interact with encrypted notes? The Export
> to HTML and print plugin, for example. I guess if you were to
> export/print an encrypted note, it'd prompt you for the password if it
> wasn't already unlocked?
Would be great to have a plugin toggle to lock/unlock your notes.
Don't know if that would conflict with my earlier idea to utilize
Pete Goodall <pete at yellowhouse.org>
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