[arch-dev-public] Upgrading gnupg to 2.0 branch, removing gnupg2

Ionut Biru ibiru at archlinux.org
Mon Mar 19 04:40:58 EDT 2012

On 03/19/2012 07:43 AM, Allan McRae wrote:
> On 19/03/12 14:52, Gaetan Bisson wrote:
>> [2012-03-19 08:20:34 +1000] Allan McRae:
>>> I think thet gnupg1 is more suited to what _ALL_ Arch systems use gpgme
>>> for.  The simple verification of package signatures.
>> Well, linux- would also be sufficient to run Arch. But we only
>> package modern stable upstream releases, and certain users actually make
>> use of their modern features.
> As I pointed out before, whether gnupg2 is a stable version or an
> "unstable development version"
> (http://www.gnupg.org/download/release_notes.en.html) is up for debate.
>  If that gets changed by upstream, then I will have no objection to
> dropping gnupg1.
> Allan

did any of you actually asked upstream about this? :D


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