On Wed, 2009-04-22 at 12:09 -0800, Jeff Spaleta wrote: > On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 2:32 PM, Adam Williamson <awilliam redhat com> wrote: > > Yeah, me too, I couldn't live without Revelation now. > > You may want to look at other options. Upstream for revelation went > completely dormant for several months, I almost orphaned it in Fedora > but I was able to track down the lead developer who assured me I > didn't need to fork the project to keep it moving forward. > Distros have been collecting downstream patches for smallish bugs with > upstream going MIA. > > I'm sort of concerned long term about its continued use of the older > gnome-vfs apis instead of the new gvfs stuff. And that's not > something I want to carry as a downstream distro specific patch. Once > F11 is released, I'm going to take another look at upstream's > integrity and go from there. Like I was saying, something that uses the gnome-keyring infrastructure would be nice. So that the DB can be shared with firefox (if it supported gnome-keyring) and whatever else. I guess basically it would be a gnome-keyring keyring editor with a friendlier UI than the existing gnome-keyring-manager, that seems to have disappeared from F11... However it's nice that I can mirror my revelation DB onto a USB key, so I can get at it in a pinch, can the gnome-keyring infrastructure manage that? I have an encrypted 128mb USB stick that's dedicated to backing up GPG keys and whatnot.
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