blog: Convert all html files to org-mode
authorWerner Koch <wk@gnupg.org>
Tue, 9 Dec 2014 21:05:46 +0000 (22:05 +0100)
committerWerner Koch <wk@gnupg.org>
Tue, 9 Dec 2014 21:05:46 +0000 (22:05 +0100)
This syncs the layout of the blog with the rest of the page.
A tool to create an index page will be provided soon.

35 files changed:
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131030-new-blog-first-post.html [deleted file]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131030-new-blog-first-post.org [new file with mode: 0644]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131105-securing-the-future-of-gnupg.html [deleted file]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131105-securing-the-future-of-gnupg.org [new file with mode: 0644]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131113-friends-tell-friends-they-love-gnupg.html [deleted file]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131113-friends-tell-friends-they-love-gnupg.org [new file with mode: 0644]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131213-preparing-for-launch.html [deleted file]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131213-preparing-for-launch.org [new file with mode: 0644]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131215-gcrypt-bench.html [deleted file]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131215-gcrypt-bench.org
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131218-getting-goteo-approval.html [deleted file]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131218-getting-goteo-approval.org [new file with mode: 0644]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.de.html [deleted file]
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misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.es.html [deleted file]
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misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.fr.html [deleted file]
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misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.org [new file with mode: 0644]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131220-gnupg-turned-0x10.html [deleted file]
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misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131220-gnupg-turned-0x10.ph.org [new file with mode: 0644]
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misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140127-find-fosdem.html [deleted file]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140127-find-fosdem.org [new file with mode: 0644]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140206-crowdfunding-complete.html [deleted file]
misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140206-crowdfunding-complete.org [new file with mode: 0644]
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-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
-<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">
-       <head>
-               <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
-               <title>Blog - Gnu Privacy Guard</title>
-               <link href="site.css" rel="stylesheet" />
-       </head>
-       <body>
-               <table class="layout" cellspacing="30" summary="">
-                       <col width="20%" /><col width="80%" />
-                       <tbody>
-                               <tr id="top-page">
-                                       <td class="layout" colspan="2">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="30%" /><col width="*" /><col width="30%" />
-                                                       <col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">
-                                                                               <a href="http://gnupg.org"
-                                                                                       ><img src="logo-gnupg-light-purple-bg.png" alt="[GnuPG Logo]"
-                                                                                                               width="356" height="120" /></a></td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&middot; English &middot; &nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-mirror">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                               <tr>
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="*" /><col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-navb">Links
-                                                       <ul class="frame-navb">
-                                                               <li class="frame-navb"><a href="index.html">Blog</a></li>
-                                                               <li class="frame-navb"><a href="/index.html">GnuPG</a></li>
-                                                       </ul>
-                                               </td>
-                                               <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-                                               <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-spacing">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="*" /><col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-cont">
-
-                                                                               <div class="entry">
-                                                                               <h1>New blog, first post</h1>
-
-                                                                               <h5>Posted 30th October 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-                                                                               <p>Welcome to Gnu Privacy Guard's new blog! We're planning some
-                                                                               major changes to gnupg.org and how the project communicates in
-                                                                               general. I'm Sam, and I'll be writing updates here as our work
-                                                                               progresses. In future this blog will be replaced with a more
-                                                                               beautiful and featureful alternative, but bear with us as we get
-                                                                               from here to there.</p>
-
-                                                                               <p>For more timely updates you can follow our Twitter
-                                                                               accounts: <a
-                                                                               href="https://twitter.com/intent/follow?screen_name=GnuPrivacyGuard"
-                                                                               target="blank">@GnuPrivacyGuard</a>
-                                                                               and <a
-                                                                               href="https://twitter.com/intent/follow?screen_name=gnupg"
-                                                                               target="blank">@GnuPG</a>.
-                                                                               That's right, we have two! But I'm going to combine them shortly so
-                                                                               it's easier to keep track <strong>[UPDATE: accounts now merged!
-                                                                               Stick with @GnuPG]</strong>.</p>
-
-                                                                               <p>For more information, see
-                                                                               our <a href="http://gnupg.totemapp.com/company" target="blank">press
-                                                                               contact page</a> hosted on Totem. That's all for now.</p>
-
-                                                                               </div>
-                                                                       </td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-spacing">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                               <tr>
-                                       <td class="layout">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <div class="frame-foot">
-                                                       <table width="100%" summary="">
-                                                               <col width="25%" />
-                                                               <col width="50%" />
-                                                               <col width="25%" />
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-                                                                               service are sponsered by</td>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-                                                                                       <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-                                                                               height="40"/></a>
-                                                                       </td>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </table>
-                                                       <br />
-                                                       <p>
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer">
-                                                                       <img src="valid-xhtml10.png"
-                                                               alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
-                                                               height="31" width="88" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-                                                                       <img src="drm-info.png"
-                                                               alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-                                                               height="40" width="69" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-                                                                       <img src="pace.png"
-                                                               alt="Peace!"
-                                                               height="40" width="58" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://www.gnupg.org/share/site.css">
-                                                                       <img src="vcss.gif"
-                                                               alt="Valid CSS!"
-                                                               height="31" width="88" /></a>
-                                                       </p>
-                                                       <p id="footer-legal">
-                                                               <a href="privacy-policy.en.html">Privacy Policy</a>
-                                                       </p>
-                                               </div>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                       </tbody>
-               </table>
-
-       </body>
-</html>
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 30th October 2013
+
+** New blog, first post
+
+Welcome to Gnu Privacy Guard's new blog! We're planning some major
+changes to gnupg.org and how the project communicates in general. I'm
+Sam, and I'll be writing updates here as our work progresses. In
+future this blog will be replaced with a more beautiful and featureful
+alternative, but bear with us as we get from here to there.
+
+For more timely updates you can follow our Twitter accounts:
+[[https://twitter.com/intent/follow?screen_name=GnuPrivacyGuard][@GnuPrivacyGuard]] and [[https://twitter.com/intent/follow?screen_name=gnupg][@GnuPG]].  That's right, we have two! But I'm going
+to combine them shortly so it's easier to keep track *[UPDATE:
+accounts now merged! Stick with @GnuPG]*.
+
+For more information, see our [[http://gnupg.totemapp.com/company][press contact page]] hosted on
+Totem. That's all for now.
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-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
-<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
-<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">
-       <head>
-               <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
-               <title>Blog - Gnu Privacy Guard</title>
-               <link href="site.css" rel="stylesheet" />
-       </head>
-       <body>
-               <table class="layout" cellspacing="30" summary="">
-                       <col width="20%" /><col width="80%" />
-                       <tbody>
-                               <tr id="top-page">
-                                       <td class="layout" colspan="2">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="30%" /><col width="*" /><col width="30%" />
-                                                       <col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">
-                                                                               <a href="http://gnupg.org"
-                                                                                       ><img src="logo-gnupg-light-purple-bg.png" alt="[GnuPG Logo]"
-                                                                                                               width="356" height="120" /></a></td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&middot; English &middot; &nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-mirror">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                               <tr>
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="*" /><col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-navb">Links
-                                                       <ul class="frame-navb">
-                                                               <li class="frame-navb"><a href="index.html">Blog</a></li>
-                                                               <li class="frame-navb"><a href="/index.html">GnuPG</a></li>
-                                                       </ul>
-                                               </td>
-                                               <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-                                               <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-spacing">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="*" /><col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-cont">
-
-                                                                               <div class="entry">
-                                                                                       <h1 id="id-securing-the-future-of-gpg"
-                                                                                       >Securing the future of GPG</h1>
-                                                                                       <h5>Posted 5th November 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-                                                                                       <p>If you've noticed some changes around here, there's a good reason
-                                                                                       why. We have a plan for securing the long term stability of GnuPG
-                                                                                       development by giving more to our users, and asking more from them
-                                                                                       in return.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>You already know that GnuPG is important, and as months of fresh
-                                                                                       government spying revelations go by, it's becoming obvious that
-                                                                                       GnuPG is one of the very few tools that can still be trusted to keep
-                                                                                       our data safe from the overwhelming efforts of international law
-                                                                                       enforcement. But developing GnuPG takes work - regular monitoring
-                                                                                       for newfound threats and exploits, and new features to keep it sharp
-                                                                                       with the latest encryption algorithms. We also need to reach out to
-                                                                                       the millions of potential GnuPG users who are asking themselves how
-                                                                                       they can make their email secure. Public-private key cryptography
-                                                                                       hasn't yet gained mainstream acceptance, but it could if it were
-                                                                                       just a little more appealing and accessible.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>To maintain progress within the project we need to make it easier
-                                                                                       for GnuPG users to support the work that we do. Ours is an app that
-                                                                                       is often hidden from view, relied upon daily by hundreds of
-                                                                                       thousands of people, often in life-threatening circumstances, yet
-                                                                                       low profile and rarely supported by publicity or donations.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>To change that we're going to launch a <strong>new
-                                                                                       website</strong> with a fresh design, more friendly and accessible
-                                                                                       information, and new resources to grow and strengthen our user
-                                                                                       group. The new site will also allow the project to accept and manage
-                                                                                       new forms of financial support, including automatic subscriptions to
-                                                                                       sustain development long term.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>Designing, building and populating the new site will take a few
-                                                                                       months, and in order to cover the costs there will be
-                                                                                       a <strong>crowd-funding</strong> campaign with a modest target, in
-                                                                                       early December. We have some rewards up our sleeves for those who
-                                                                                       donate.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>When that time comes, <strong>we'll need your help</strong> -
-                                                                                       telling your contacts, forwarding the announcement to your
-                                                                                       communities, and contributing financially if you can.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>You can subscribe to updates about the campaign using this
-                                                                                       form. This is separate to other GnuPG mailing lists - update will be
-                                                                                       sent here, and only here.</p>
-
-
-       <p>[Subscribe code with references to external sites removed
-       on 2014-04-28 due to privacy issues.]</p>
-                                                                                       </div>
-                                                                       </td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-spacing">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                               <tr>
-                                       <td class="layout">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <div class="frame-foot">
-                                                       <table width="100%" summary="">
-                                                               <col width="25%" />
-                                                               <col width="50%" />
-                                                               <col width="25%" />
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-                                                                               service are sponsered by</td>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-                                                                                       <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-                                                                               height="40"/></a>
-                                                                       </td>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </table>
-                                                       <br />
-                                                       <p>
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer">
-                                                                       <img src="valid-xhtml10.png"
-                                                               alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
-                                                               height="31" width="88" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-                                                                       <img src="drm-info.png"
-                                                               alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-                                                               height="40" width="69" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-                                                                       <img src="pace.png"
-                                                               alt="Peace!"
-                                                               height="40" width="58" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://www.gnupg.org/share/site.css">
-                                                                       <img src="vcss.gif"
-                                                               alt="Valid CSS!"
-                                                               height="31" width="88" /></a>
-                                                       </p>
-                                                       <p id="footer-legal">
-                                                               <a href="privacy-policy.en.html">Privacy Policy</a>
-                                                       </p>
-                                               </div>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                       </tbody>
-               </table>
-
-       </body>
-</html>
diff --git a/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131105-securing-the-future-of-gnupg.org b/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131105-securing-the-future-of-gnupg.org
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 5th November 2013
+
+** Securing the future of GPG
+
+If you've noticed some changes around here, there's a good reason why.
+We have a plan for securing the long term stability of GnuPG development
+by giving more to our users, and asking more from them in return.
+
+You already know that GnuPG is important, and as months of fresh
+government spying revelations go by, it's becoming obvious that GnuPG is
+one of the very few tools that can still be trusted to keep our data
+safe from the overwhelming efforts of international law enforcement. But
+developing GnuPG takes work - regular monitoring for newfound threats
+and exploits, and new features to keep it sharp with the latest
+encryption algorithms. We also need to reach out to the millions of
+potential GnuPG users who are asking themselves how they can make their
+email secure. Public-private key cryptography hasn't yet gained
+mainstream acceptance, but it could if it were just a little more
+appealing and accessible.
+
+To maintain progress within the project we need to make it easier for
+GnuPG users to support the work that we do. Ours is an app that is often
+hidden from view, relied upon daily by hundreds of thousands of people,
+often in life-threatening circumstances, yet low profile and rarely
+supported by publicity or donations.
+
+To change that we're going to launch a *new website* with a fresh
+design, more friendly and accessible information, and new resources to
+grow and strengthen our user group. The new site will also allow the
+project to accept and manage new forms of financial support, including
+automatic subscriptions to sustain development long term.
+
+Designing, building and populating the new site will take a few months,
+and in order to cover the costs there will be a *crowd-funding* campaign
+with a modest target, in early December. We have some rewards up our
+sleeves for those who donate.
+
+When that time comes, *we'll need your help* - telling your contacts,
+forwarding the announcement to your communities, and contributing
+financially if you can.
+
+You can subscribe to updates about the campaign using this form. This is
+separate to other GnuPG mailing lists - update will be sent here, and
+only here.
+
+[Subscribe code with references to external sites removed on 2014-04-28
+due to privacy issues.]
diff --git a/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131113-friends-tell-friends-they-love-gnupg.html b/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131113-friends-tell-friends-they-love-gnupg.html
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-<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">
-       <head>
-               <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
-               <title>Blog - Gnu Privacy Guard</title>
-               <link href="site.css" rel="stylesheet" />
-       </head>
-       <body>
-               <table class="layout" cellspacing="30" summary="">
-                       <col width="20%" /><col width="80%" />
-                       <tbody>
-                               <tr id="top-page">
-                                       <td class="layout" colspan="2">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="30%" /><col width="*" /><col width="30%" />
-                                                       <col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">
-                                                                               <a href="http://gnupg.org"
-                                                                                       ><img src="logo-gnupg-light-purple-bg.png" alt="[GnuPG Logo]"
-                                                                                                               width="356" height="120" /></a></td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&middot; English &middot; &nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-mirror">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                               <tr>
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="*" /><col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-navb">Links
-                                                       <ul class="frame-navb">
-                                                               <li class="frame-navb"><a href="index.html">Blog</a></li>
-                                                               <li class="frame-navb"><a href="/index.html">GnuPG</a></li>
-                                                       </ul>
-                                               </td>
-                                               <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-                                               <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-spacing">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="*" /><col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-cont">
-
-                                                                               <div class="entry">
-                                                                                       <h1 id="id-friends-tell-friends-they-love-gnupg"
-                                                                                       >Friends tell friends they love GnuPG</h1>
-
-                                                                                       <h5>Posted 13th November 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-                                                                                       <div class="captioned-img right">
-                                                                                       <img src="img/android.jpg" title="GnuPG on Android" />
-                                                                                       <p>GnuPG can run almost anywhere</p>
-                                                                                       </div>
-
-                                                                                       <p>Email encryption is one of those pleasures that can't be enjoyed
-                                                                                       alone. Sending yourself messages secured with 4096-bit RSA is great
-                                                                                       for proof of concept, but meaningful communication requires two
-                                                                                       parties. GnuPG requires both those parties to have their own
-                                                                                       keys.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>Less than <abbr title="unscientific guess">1%</abbr> of all email
-                                                                                       traffic is PGP encrypted, meaning that those of us who do make our
-                                                                                       messages private routinely find ourselves in the frustrating
-                                                                                       predicament of having to share our thoughts insecurely, even though
-                                                                                       we know they're being intercepted, even though this is easily
-                                                                                       avoidable, and even though we've already taken steps to do so. All
-                                                                                       because our <strong>friends and colleagues</strong> don't know the
-                                                                                       benefits of GnuPG.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>Windows, Gnu/Linux, Mac, and Android all have point and click
-                                                                                       GnuPG interfaces - at this point, all bases except iPhone are more
-                                                                                       or less covered. That means the reason your contacts aren't OpenPGP
-                                                                                       ready is <strong>not technical</strong>. And because GnuPG is Free
-                                                                                       Software (and free of charge), it can't be about price.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>A recommendation from you is the most effective way you can
-                                                                                       increase the number of GnuPG users, and consequently increase the
-                                                                                       percentage of the messages you send that are meaningfully
-                                                                                       encrypted. That's why we're asking people in our community to think
-                                                                                       of pithy explanations of why GnuPG is important and how it enables
-                                                                                       them.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>We've already got quotes from some big names like Bruce Schneier,
-                                                                                       Jacob Appelbaum, and Richard Stallman. But the chances are
-                                                                                       that <strong>your name</strong> carries more weight among your
-                                                                                       peers. Please use it to share your appreciation for GnuPG!</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>If you use social networks, you can
-                                                                                       use <a href="https://twitter.com/search?q=%23ilovegpg"
-                                                                                       target="blank">#iloveGPG</a> to connect your messages to other
-                                                                                       people's, and make is easier for us to find and repeat them.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>Look out for weekly quotes posted from the
-                                                                                       GnuPG <a target="blank" href="https://twitter.com/gnupg">Twitter</a>
-                                                                                       and <a target="blank"
-                                                                                       href="https://www.cryptospora.net/u/gnuprivacyguard">Diaspora</a>
-                                                                                       accounts if you need inspiration. Let's fill up
-                                                                                       the <a href="http://keys.gnupg.net/" target="blank">keyservers</a>
-                                                                                       with fresh keys from new users!</p>
-
-                                                                                       </div>
-                                                                       </td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-spacing">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                               <tr>
-                                       <td class="layout">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <div class="frame-foot">
-                                                       <table width="100%" summary="">
-                                                               <col width="25%" />
-                                                               <col width="50%" />
-                                                               <col width="25%" />
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-                                                                               service are sponsered by</td>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-                                                                                       <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-                                                                               height="40"/></a>
-                                                                       </td>
-                                                                       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </table>
-                                                       <br />
-                                                       <p>
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer">
-                                                                       <img src="valid-xhtml10.png"
-                                                               alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
-                                                               height="31" width="88" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-                                                                       <img src="drm-info.png"
-                                                               alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-                                                               height="40" width="69" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-                                                                       <img src="pace.png"
-                                                               alt="Peace!"
-                                                               height="40" width="58" /></a>
-                                                               &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-                                                               <a class="img" href="http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://www.gnupg.org/share/site.css">
-                                                                       <img src="vcss.gif"
-                                                               alt="Valid CSS!"
-                                                               height="31" width="88" /></a>
-                                                       </p>
-                                                       <p id="footer-legal">
-                                                               <a href="privacy-policy.en.html">Privacy Policy</a>
-                                                       </p>
-                                               </div>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                       </tbody>
-               </table>
-
-       </body>
-</html>
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 13th November 2013
+
+** Friends tell friends they love GnuPG
+
+#+CAPTION: GnuPG can run almost anywhere
+#+ATTR_HTML: :class right
+[[file:img/android.jpg]]
+
+Email encryption is one of those pleasures that can't be enjoyed alone.
+Sending yourself messages secured with 4096-bit RSA is great for proof
+of concept, but meaningful communication requires two parties. GnuPG
+requires both those parties to have their own keys.
+
+Less than 1% of all email traffic is PGP encrypted, meaning that those
+of us who do make our messages private routinely find ourselves in the
+frustrating predicament of having to share our thoughts insecurely, even
+though we know they're being intercepted, even though this is easily
+avoidable, and even though we've already taken steps to do so. All
+because our *friends and colleagues* don't know the benefits of GnuPG.
+
+Windows, Gnu/Linux, Mac, and Android all have point and click GnuPG
+interfaces - at this point, all bases except iPhone are more or less
+covered. That means the reason your contacts aren't OpenPGP ready is
+*not technical*. And because GnuPG is Free Software (and free of
+charge), it can't be about price.
+
+A recommendation from you is the most effective way you can increase the
+number of GnuPG users, and consequently increase the percentage of the
+messages you send that are meaningfully encrypted. That's why we're
+asking people in our community to think of pithy explanations of why
+GnuPG is important and how it enables them.
+
+We've already got quotes from some big names like Bruce Schneier, Jacob
+Appelbaum, and Richard Stallman. But the chances are that *your name*
+carries more weight among your peers. Please use it to share your
+appreciation for GnuPG!
+
+If you use social networks, you can use [[https://twitter.com/search?q=%23ilovegpg][#iloveGPG]] to connect your
+messages to other people's, and make is easier for us to find and
+repeat them.
+
+Look out for weekly quotes posted from the GnuPG [[https://twitter.com/gnupg][Twitter]] and [[https://www.cryptospora.net/u/gnuprivacyguard][Diaspora]]
+accounts if you need inspiration. Let's fill up the [[http://keys.gnupg.net/][keyservers]] with
+fresh keys from new users!
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-       <head>
-               <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
-               <title>Blog - Gnu Privacy Guard</title>
-               <link href="site.css" rel="stylesheet" />
-       </head>
-       <body>
-               <table class="layout" cellspacing="30" summary="">
-                       <col width="20%" /><col width="80%" />
-                       <tbody>
-                               <tr id="top-page">
-                                       <td class="layout" colspan="2">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="30%" /><col width="*" /><col width="30%" />
-                                                       <col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">
-                                                                               <a href="http://gnupg.org"
-                                                                                       ><img src="logo-gnupg-light-purple-bg.png" alt="[GnuPG Logo]"
-                                                                                                               width="356" height="120" /></a></td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                               <tr>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&middot; English &middot; &nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-bottom-mirror">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                                       <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-                                                               </tr>
-                                                       </tbody>
-                                               </table>
-                                       </td>
-                               </tr>
-                               <tr>
-                                       <td class="layout">
-                                               <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-                                                       <col width="*" /><col width="23" />
-                                                       <tbody>
-                                       <tr>
-                                               <td class="frame-navb">Links
-                                                       <ul class="frame-navb">
-                                                               <li class="frame-navb"><a href="index.html">Blog</a></li>
-                                                               <li class="frame-navb"><a href="/index.html">GnuPG</a></li>
-                                                       </ul>
-                                               </td>
-                                               <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-                                       </tr>
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-                                                                                       <h1 id="id-preparing-for-launch">Preparing for launch</h1>
-
-                                                                                       <h5>Posted 13th December 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-                                                                                       <p>Mid December, giving season, and nearly time for the GnuPG
-                                                                                       Crowdfunding to commence. We've been working hard on
-                                                                                       preparations. Drafts of the new mobile website design have been
-                                                                                       published and met positive feedback, and a community-contibuted
-                                                                                       promo video was posted on YouTube. GnuPG coverage on Twitter
-                                                                                       continues to grow with many articles
-                                                                                       (<a href="http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2013/nov/29/surveillance-online-campaigning-tips">The
-                                                                                       Guardian</a>, <a href="http://usblog.kaspersky.com/gpg-strong-encryption-and-digital-signing-made-easy/">Kaspersky
-                                                                                       Labs</a>, <a href="https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2013/12/open-letter-urging-universities-encourage-conversation-about-online-privacy">The
-                                                                                       EFF</a>, <a href="http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2013/11/the-best-projects-and-gear-to-set-up-your-secret-lair/">Lifehacker</a>,
-                                                                                       ...) and 252 new followers in 6 weeks.</p>
-
-
-                <p>
-               Click <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEEckb-ioG4">here
-               </a> to view the video on YouTube.  [embedded video
-               removed on 2014-04-28 due to privacy issues]</p>
-
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-                                                                                               <a href="img/mobile-front-page.png">
-                                                                                                       <img style="max-width:200px;" src="img/mobile-front-page.png"
-                                                                                                               title="Mobile website design" />
-                                                                                                       </a>
-                                                                                               <p>New mobile site draft</p>
-                                                                                       </div>
-
-                                                                                       <p>Last Friday I announced the crowdfunding to a crowded audience at
-                                                                                       Berlin event
-                                                                                       "<a href="http://www.boell.de/en/whatever-happened-privacy">Whatever
-                                                                                       happened to privacy</a>", and Markus Beckedahl
-                                                                                       (<a href="https://netzpolitik.org/">Netzpolitik<a>)
-                                                                                       and <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Appelbaum">Jacob
-                                                                                       Appelbaum</a> (Tor Project and Wikileaks) amplified the importance
-                                                                                       of supporting the project. Hugo Roy (FSFE) gave a talk on Wednesday
-                                                                                       about the campaign at the Paris
-                                                                                       '<a href="http://111213.net/">Hackadon</a>' - a new conference for
-                                                                                       Free Software giving, organised by three
-                                                                                       <a href="http://111213.net/#orga">crowdfunding
-                                                                                       organisations</a>. His slides are online in the
-                                                                                       GPG <a href="https://gitorious.org/gnupg/presentations">presentations
-                                                                                       repository</a>.</p>
-
-                                                                                       <p>Hopefully the crowdfunding page on Goteo (a Free Software
-                                                                                       Kickstarter) will be ready for launch next week. Email me if you can
-                                                                                       help with translating the press release - we're aiming for at least
-                                                                                       three languages. And don't forget you can still sign up for email
-                                                                                       updates (form below). Thanks for all your support so far!</p>
-
-
-       <p>[Subscribe code with references to external sites removed
-       on 2014-04-28 due to privacy issues.]</p>
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-                                                                                       <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-                                                                               height="40"/></a>
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-                                                                       <img src="drm-info.png"
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 13th December 2013
+
+** Preparing for launch
+
+Mid December, giving season, and nearly time for the GnuPG Crowdfunding
+to commence. We've been working hard on preparations. Drafts of the new
+mobile website design have been published and met positive feedback, and
+a community-contibuted promo video was posted on YouTube. GnuPG coverage
+on Twitter continues to grow with many articles
+([[http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2013/nov/29/surveillance-online-campaigning-tips][The
+Guardian]],
+[[http://usblog.kaspersky.com/gpg-strong-encryption-and-digital-signing-made-easy/][Kaspersky
+Labs]],
+[[https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2013/12/open-letter-urging-universities-encourage-conversation-about-online-privacy][The
+EFF]],
+[[http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2013/11/the-best-projects-and-gear-to-set-up-your-secret-lair/][Lifehacker]],
+...) and 252 new followers in 6 weeks.
+
+Click [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEEckb-ioG4][here]] to view the video on YouTube. [embedded video removed on
+2014-04-28 due to privacy issues]
+
+#+CAPTION: New mobile site draft
+#+ATTR_HTML: :class right :style max-width: 200px
+[[file:img/mobile-front-page.png]]
+
+Last Friday I announced the crowdfunding to a crowded audience at Berlin
+event "[[http://www.boell.de/en/whatever-happened-privacy][Whatever
+happened to privacy]]", and Markus Beckedahl
+([[https://netzpolitik.org/][Netzpolitik]]) and
+[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Appelbaum][Jacob Appelbaum]] (Tor
+Project and Wikileaks) amplified the importance of supporting the
+project. Hugo Roy (FSFE) gave a talk on Wednesday about the campaign at
+the Paris '[[http://111213.net/][Hackadon]]' - a new conference for Free
+Software giving, organised by three
+[[http://111213.net/#orga][crowdfunding organisations]]. His slides are
+online in the GPG
+[[https://gitorious.org/gnupg/presentations][presentations repository]].
+
+Hopefully the crowdfunding page on Goteo (a Free Software Kickstarter)
+will be ready for launch next week. Email me if you can help with
+translating the press release - we're aiming for at least three
+languages. And don't forget you can still sign up for email updates
+(form below). Thanks for all your support so far!
+
+[Subscribe code with references to external sites removed on 2014-04-28
+due to privacy issues.]
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-  <h2>Speedups in Libgcrypt 1.6</h2>
-  <h5>Posted 15 December 2013 by Werner Koch</h5>
-<p>
-Libgcrypt is a building block of modern GnuPG versions (GnuPG 2.x)
-and also used by a wide range of other projects.  In fact all Linux
-distributions install Libgcrypt by default.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-One problem with Libgcrypt has always been that it did not deliver
-top performance compared to OpenSSL.  Even another GNU crypto
-library, Nettle, is in some areas faster.  The reason for this is
-that Libgcrypt was based on an old GnuPG version.  Back in the
-1990s performance was not the first aim for free crypto software.
-The crypto authors haved been treated as arms trafficker in the US
-and not allowed to freely distribute their code.  Thus the primary
-goal was to write free crypto code in one of the free countries.
-Further, patents severely hindered the use of crypto algorithms.
-This together may explain why top performance was not an issue at
-that time.  Over the years this changed to the better.  However,
-free software development is mostly driven by user demand and there
-was not much demand for a faster GnuPG.  Thus we did not care much
-on speeding up Libgcrypt.  Well, basic support for VIA and Intel
-CPU accelerated encryption features was eventually added but still
-lots of other things could have been optimized.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Last year, Jussi Kivilinna joined the team and started to add CPU
-optimized implementations of common cipher algorithms.  This
-changed the picture for cipher and hash algorithms.  The soon to be
-released Libgcrypt 1.6 is now up to modern standards on what can be
-achieved on general purpose CPUs.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-To check how 1.6.0 will compare to the older 1.5 version of
-Libgcrypt, I did some benchmarks using a Thinkpad X220 which
-features an i5-2410M processor at 2.3GHz running a 64 bit Debian
-Wheezy.  Default compiler options have been used.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-First let us see how hash algorithms compare (click to enlarge):
-</p>
-
-
-<div class="figure">
-<p><a href="img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-hash-bench.png"><img src="img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-hash-bench_s.png" alt="libgcrypt-1.6.0-hash-bench_s.png" /></a>
-</p>
-</div>
-
-<p>
-The olive bars indicates how many bytes can be hashed by version
-1.5.3, the green bar gives the figure for the new 1.6.0, and
-finally for some algorithms the hatched bar to what Nettle 2.7 is
-up to.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The number for the completely insecure MD4 algorithms is way to
-high (~750 MiB/s) to be included in this chart, thus it has been
-capped.  For MD5 the old Libgcrypt is faster.  This is a bit
-surprising but we have not researched the reason; anyway, MD5 shall
-not be used by today's software because it has been completely
-broken.  For most of the other algorithm the performance figures
-are all quite similar.  For the important SHA-1 algorithm 1.6 gains
-top speed of all compared implementations and further speedups are
-expected in future versions.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The major improvements are for SHA-256 and SHA-512 (SHA-384 is a
-basically SHA-512 with a truncated digest).  The use of Intel
-provided code which utilizes SSSE3 clearly boosts the performance
-on this machine and probably on a wide range of other modern Intel
-CPUs.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-All hash functions are a target for more optimization in
-forthcoming versions of Libgcrypt.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Now what about cipher algorithms?  Have a look at this chart:
-</p>
-
-
-<div class="figure">
-<p><a href="img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-cipher-bench.png"><img src="img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-cipher-bench_s.png" alt="libgcrypt-1.6.0-cipher-bench_s.png" /></a>
-</p>
-</div>
-
-<p>
-First, you notice that we have a lot of algorithms here.  The
-benchmarks are all done for ECM mode encryption.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-There are two extremes here: 3DES is by far the slowest algorithm.
-It is also the oldest one but still considered rock solid.  In the
-top performance range we see two algorithms: Arcfour (sometimes
-called RC4), which is a simple, hard to correctly use, and worse
-broken design which unfortunately is still used at a lot of places.
-Even outperforming that are the modern Salsa algorithms, which are
-considered strong and trustworthy.  They peak at about 750 MiB/s
-and 1150 for the reduced round SalsaR12 variant.  Both are easy to
-use stream ciphers.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The Serpent (an AES competition final candidate) and Camellia
-(preferred in Japan) ciphers are in the same performance range for
-1.5 but with the improvements of 1.6 Camellia gets close to the
-performance of AES under 1.5.  Jussi put a lot of work into fine
-tuning AES in 1.6.  Thus even with AES-NI hardware acceleration
-disabled (as shown here) the throughput for AES encryption has been
-doubled.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Given that AES is the standard encryption algorithms today, it is
-worth to have a closer look at AES under different modes of
-operation.
-</p>
-
-
-<div class="figure">
-<p><a href="img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-aes-bench.png"><img src="img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-aes-bench_s.png" alt="libgcrypt-1.6.0-aes-bench_s.png" /></a>
-</p>
-</div>
-
-<p>
-For each encryption mode you see three groups of bars; one for each
-cipher size.  The first group is for Libgcrypt 1.5, the second for
-1.6, and the third for Nettle.  Note that only 1.6 implements all
-modes.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-It is quite obvious that the throughput available with 1.6 is way
-better than with 1.5 and also considerable higher than with Nettle.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Finally we have a look at the performance of AES-NI acceleration:
-</p>
-
-
-<div class="figure">
-<p><a href="img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-aesni-bench.png"><img src="img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-aesni-bench_s.png" alt="libgcrypt-1.6.0-aesni-bench_s.png" /></a>
-</p>
-</div>
-
-<p>
-This time we have no values for Nettle.  If you take the different
-scale in consideration it is quite clear how hardware supported
-acceleration can boost performance.  However, we can‘t be sure
-whether the CPU has been backdoored to leak key bits.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The actual numbers have been collected using the bench-slope test
-program from Libgcrypt and the Nettle benchmark.  They are
-available in a Gnumeric <a href="data/gcrypt-bench-x220-2300.gnumeric">spreadsheet</a>.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Jussi did a another set of benchmarks which include figures for
-OpenSSL; you find them <a href="http://koti.kapsi.fi/~jukivili/gcrypt/haswell-3200-ubuntu-saucy-gcrypt.pdf">here</a>.  He did them using a modified version
-of a 2008 <a href="http://panthema.net/2008/0714-cryptography-speedtest-comparison/">speedtest comparison</a>.  He compared OpenSSL 1.0.1e,
-Libgcrypt-1.5, Libgcrypt-1.6 (ECB &amp; CTR), and Nettle (2.7.1) on
-Intel Haswell.  Used key sizes were 256 bit or shorter if 256 bit
-is not supported.  Each measurement did a key setup for encryption,
-the encryption, a key setup for decryption, and the decryption all
-for different buffer lengths.
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-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-               service are sponsered by</td>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
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-<tr>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-  <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-      <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
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-        alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-        height="40" width="69" /></a>
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@@ -1,4 +1,16 @@
 # About Libgcrypt 1.6 performance
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Werner Koch
+#+DATE: 15th December 2013
+
+# We do not want any fancy layout of the charts.
+#+HTML:<style>
+#+HTML:  <!--/*--><![CDATA[/*><!--*/
+#+HTML:  .figure { border: none; margin: 0 0 0 0;
+#+HTML:            padding: 0; text-align: left;  }
+#+HTML:  div.figure { float: none; }
+#+HTML:  /*]]>*/-->
+#+HTML:</style>
 
 ** Speedups in Libgcrypt 1.6
 
@@ -38,7 +50,7 @@
 
    [[file:img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-hash-bench.png][file:img/libgcrypt-1.6.0-hash-bench_s.png]]
 
-   The olive bars indicates how many bytes can be hashed by version
+   The olive bars indicate how many bytes can be hashed by version
    1.5.3, the green bar gives the figure for the new 1.6.0, and
    finally for some algorithms the hatched bar to what Nettle 2.7 is
    up to.
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-   <h2>Getting Goteo approval</h2>
-   <h5>Posted 18th December 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-   <div class="captioned-img right">
-   <img src="img/goteo-review.png"
-        title="Project status on Goteo" />
-   <p>Pending project on Goteo</p>
-   </div>
-
-   <p>The targets are set, the rewards are prepared, the press release
-      has been edited and translated, and now we’re waiting for
-      approval from the crowdfunding
-      platform <a href="http://goteo.org/">Goteo</a>.</p>
-
-   <p>Goteo is like indiegogo, but more forward thinking. It has a
-      special focus on communal benefits and rewards - projects that
-      benefit society as a whole, not just project donors (though they
-      can get special rewards too).</p>
-
-
-   <p>Every ’good’ produced by a campaign on Goteo, be it artwork,
-      software, event, or manufactured product, has a license assigned
-      to it, like GPL or Creative Commons, and as well as asking for
-      money, projects ask for other forms of help called “non-economic
-      needs”, like translations or product
-      testing.  Goteo’s <a href="https://github.com/Goteo/Goteo">own
-      source</a> code is Free Software too, meaning anyone can run
-      their own Goteo crowdfunding server. That’s the feature that
-      swung our decision to use it for GnuPG.</p>
-
-
-       <p>Because the type of project on Goteo is quite specific
-       however, the acceptance phase of launching crowdfunding is
-       taking us longer than expected. Right now we’re working with
-       Goteo’s small team to answer questions which aren’t on the
-       webforms you fill out when you design your project with their
-       system.</p>
-
-       <p>I’m hoping to provide what’s necesasry and get acceptance
-       quickly. As soon as we have it the crowdfunding will launch
-       and <a href="http://gnupg.hosted.phplist.com/lists/?p=subscribe&id=1"
-       >newsletter</a> subscribers
-       and <a href="https://twitter.com/gnupg">Twitter</a> followers
-       will be the first to know.</p>
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-       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-               service are sponsered by</td>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-  <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-      <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 18th December 2013
+
+** Getting Goteo approval
+
+#+CAPTION: Pending project on Goteo
+[[file:img/goteo-review.png]]
+
+The targets are set, the rewards are prepared, the press release has
+been edited and translated, and now we're waiting for approval from the
+crowdfunding platform [[http://goteo.org/][Goteo]].
+
+Goteo is like indiegogo, but more forward thinking. It has a special
+focus on communal benefits and rewards - projects that benefit society
+as a whole, not just project donors (though they can get special rewards
+too).
+
+Every 'good' produced by a campaign on Goteo, be it artwork, software,
+event, or manufactured product, has a license assigned to it, like GPL
+or Creative Commons, and as well as asking for money, projects ask for
+other forms of help called “non-economic needs”, like translations or
+product testing. Goteo's [[https://github.com/Goteo/Goteo][own source]]
+code is Free Software too, meaning anyone can run their own Goteo
+crowdfunding server. That's the feature that swung our decision to use
+it for GnuPG.
+
+Because the type of project on Goteo is quite specific however, the
+acceptance phase of launching crowdfunding is taking us longer than
+expected. Right now we're working with Goteo's small team to answer
+questions which aren't on the webforms you fill out when you design your
+project with their system.
+
+I'm hoping to provide what's necesasry and get acceptance quickly. As
+soon as we have it the crowdfunding will launch and [[http://gnupg.hosted.phplist.com/lists/?p=subscribe&id=1][newsletter]]
+subscribers and [[https://twitter.com/gnupg][Twitter]] followers will be the first to know.
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-      <a href="20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.html">English</a>
-      &middot; &nbsp;
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-       <h2>Das GnuPG Verschlüsselungsprojekt startet Crowd-Finanzierungs-Kampagne.</h2>
-  <h5>2013-12-19</h5>
-
-       <p>Heute wurde die erste Kampagne zur Crowd-Finanzierung des GNU Privacy Guards (GnuPG, GPG) gestartet. Das Ziel ist die Erstellung einer neuen Webpräsenz und einer zukunftssicheren Infrastruktur. Die anvisierten 24.000 Euro werden die folgenden Punkte finanzieren:</p>
-
-       <ul>
-               <li>Neue Webseiten für gnupg.org mit Unterstützung für mobile Geräte</li>
-               <li>Neue Seiten für externe Anleitungen, Videos und Handbücher</li>
-               <li>Eine benutzerfreundliche Downloadseite für alle Geräte</li>
-               <li>Anonymer Zugang zur Webpräsenz mittels Tor</li>
-               <li>Ein neuer Server für Web-Dienste</li>
-               <li>Fertigstellung und Freigabe der GnuPG Version 2.1</li>
-               <li>Einrichtungen zur Verarbeitung von regelmäßigen Spenden zur Sicherstellung eines langfristigen Supports.</li>
-       </ul>
-
-       <p>Der Gründer und Chefentwickler des Projekts, Werner Koch, erklärt hierzu: „Seit den diesjährigen Spionageenthüllungen hat GnuPG stark an Popularität gewonnen. Nach 16 Jahren kontinuierlicher Entwicklung bitten wir nun um allgemeine Unterstützung der Finanzierung unserer Arbeit zum Schutz der Privatsphäre. GnuPG soll für die Allgemeinheit einfacher zu benutzen und verstehen sein.“</p>
-
-       <p>GnuPG is eines der wenigen Werkzeuge, die auch nach dem Auffliegen der NSA-Dokumente über jeden Verdacht einer möglichen Korrumpierung erhaben sind. Edward Snowden und seine Kontaktpersonen, ebenso wie auch Bruce Schneier, benutzen GnuPG, seit sie Anfang des Jahres mit der Durchsicht der geheimen NSA-Unterlagen begannen[2].  Das Wall Street Journal, das Komitee zum Schutze der Journalisten und ProPublica[3] haben sich alle auf die Verwendung von GnuPG geeinigt, um so ihre Mitarbeiter und Quellen zu schützen. Phil Zimmermann, der ursprüngliche Erfinder von Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), benutzt als Reaktion auf die jüngsten Ereignisse ebenfalls GnuPG.</p>
-
-       <p>„GnuPG ist eine fundamentale Komponente des modernen Schutzes der Privatsphäre“ sagt Sam Tuke, der die GnuPG Kampage leitet. „Millionen von Benutzern verlassen sich auf GnuPG, um sicher mit Servern, Laptops und Smartphones zu arbeiten“. Der Spendeneingang von bis dato insgesamt 3000 Euro in 2013 deckt allerdings nicht einmal die Fixkosten des Projekts. Die Unterstützung von neuen Algorithmen, wie etwa elliptischen Kurven, sowie das Beheben von neu entdeckten Fehlern, kostet viel an freiwillig geleisteter Zeit. Es ist nun an der Zeit, mitzuhelfen, GnuPG aufzupolieren und ihm eine gesicherte Zukunft zu gewähren.</p>
-
-       <p>Jakob Appelbaum, Entwickler beim Tor Projekt, fügt hinzu: „GnuPG is wichtig - es gibt uns die Verlässlichkeit, die wir für unsere Arbeit benötigen. Eine Förderung durch die Gemeinschaft ist ein absolut notwendiger Teil einer zuversichtlichen Perspektive für GnuPG“.</p>
-
-       <p>Für weiteren Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an Sam Tuke.
-       <br />Email: samtuke [at] gnupg.org
-       <br />Telefon: +49 176 81923811 (Englisch)</p>
-
-       <ol>
-               <li>http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure</li>
-               <li>http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance</li>
-               <li>http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/hacks_hackers_security_for_jou.php</li>
-       </ol>
-
-       <h4>Über den GNU Privacy Guard</h4>
-
-       <p>GnuPG ist eine führende kryptographische Anwendung, die dem Schutze von Emails und anderen Daten vor unerwünschtem Mitlesen dient. Sie wurde von einer Gruppe von Open-Source-Programmierern um Werner Koch entwickelt.  GnuPG wird von den führenden Sicherheitsexperten benutzt und empfohlen, u.a. von Bruce Schneier und Phil Zimmermann.  GnuPG bietet ohne Einschränkung kostenlosen und erstklassigen Privatsphärenschutz.  Hunderte von Firmen, unter ihnen RedHat, die Deutsche Bahn und viele weitere, haben GnuPG in ihre Systeme integriert, um unternehmenskritische Daten zu schützen.</p>
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: translator
+#+DATE: 2013-12-19
+
+  [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.org][English]] | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.es.org][Español]] | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.fr.org][Francaise]] | Deutsch
+
+
+*** Das GnuPG Verschlüsselungsprojekt startet Crowd-Finanzierungs-Kampagne.
+
+Heute wurde die erste Kampagne zur [[http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure][Crowd-Finanzierungs]] des GNU Privacy
+Guards (GnuPG, GPG) gestartet. Das Ziel ist die Erstellung einer neuen
+Webpräsenz und einer zukunftssicheren Infrastruktur. Die anvisierten
+24.000 Euro werden die folgenden Punkte finanzieren:
+
+-  Neue Webseiten für gnupg.org mit Unterstützung für mobile Geräte
+-  Neue Seiten für externe Anleitungen, Videos und Handbücher
+-  Eine benutzerfreundliche Downloadseite für alle Geräte
+-  Anonymer Zugang zur Webpräsenz mittels Tor
+-  Ein neuer Server für Web-Dienste
+-  Fertigstellung und Freigabe der GnuPG Version 2.1
+-  Einrichtungen zur Verarbeitung von regelmäßigen Spenden zur
+   Sicherstellung eines langfristigen Supports.
+
+Der Gründer und Chefentwickler des Projekts, Werner Koch, erklärt
+hierzu: „Seit den diesjährigen Spionageenthüllungen hat GnuPG stark an
+Popularität gewonnen. Nach 16 Jahren kontinuierlicher Entwicklung bitten
+wir nun um allgemeine Unterstützung der Finanzierung unserer Arbeit zum
+Schutz der Privatsphäre. GnuPG soll für die Allgemeinheit einfacher zu
+benutzen und verstehen sein.“
+
+GnuPG is eines der wenigen Werkzeuge, die auch nach dem Auffliegen der
+NSA-Dokumente über jeden Verdacht einer möglichen Korrumpierung erhaben
+sind. Edward Snowden und seine Kontaktpersonen, ebenso wie auch Bruce
+Schneier, benutzen GnuPG, seit sie Anfang des Jahres mit der Durchsicht
+der geheimen NSA-Unterlagen [[http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance][begannen]]. Das Wall Street Journal, das
+Komitee zum Schutze der Journalisten und [[http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/hacks_hackers_security_for_jou.php][ProPublica]] haben sich alle
+auf die Verwendung von GnuPG geeinigt, um so ihre Mitarbeiter und
+Quellen zu schützen. Phil Zimmermann, der ursprüngliche Erfinder von
+Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), benutzt als Reaktion auf die jüngsten
+Ereignisse ebenfalls GnuPG.
+
+„GnuPG ist eine fundamentale Komponente des modernen Schutzes der
+Privatsphäre“ sagt Sam Tuke, der die GnuPG Kampage leitet. „Millionen
+von Benutzern verlassen sich auf GnuPG, um sicher mit Servern, Laptops
+und Smartphones zu arbeiten“. Der Spendeneingang von bis dato insgesamt
+3000 Euro in 2013 deckt allerdings nicht einmal die Fixkosten des
+Projekts. Die Unterstützung von neuen Algorithmen, wie etwa elliptischen
+Kurven, sowie das Beheben von neu entdeckten Fehlern, kostet viel an
+freiwillig geleisteter Zeit. Es ist nun an der Zeit, mitzuhelfen, GnuPG
+aufzupolieren und ihm eine gesicherte Zukunft zu gewähren.
+
+Jakob Appelbaum, Entwickler beim Tor Projekt, fügt hinzu: „GnuPG is
+wichtig - es gibt uns die Verlässlichkeit, die wir für unsere Arbeit
+benötigen. Eine Förderung durch die Gemeinschaft ist ein absolut
+notwendiger Teil einer zuversichtlichen Perspektive für GnuPG“.
+
+Für weiteren Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an Sam Tuke.
+Email: samtuke [at] gnupg.org
+Telefon: +49 176 81923811 (Englisch)
+
+**** Über den GNU Privacy Guard
+
+GnuPG ist eine führende kryptographische Anwendung, die dem Schutze von
+Emails und anderen Daten vor unerwünschtem Mitlesen dient. Sie wurde von
+einer Gruppe von Open-Source-Programmierern um Werner Koch entwickelt.
+GnuPG wird von den führenden Sicherheitsexperten benutzt und empfohlen,
+u.a. von Bruce Schneier und Phil Zimmermann. GnuPG bietet ohne
+Einschränkung kostenlosen und erstklassigen Privatsphärenschutz.
+Hunderte von Firmen, unter ihnen RedHat, die Deutsche Bahn und viele
+weitere, haben GnuPG in ihre Systeme integriert, um
+unternehmenskritische Daten zu schützen.
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-       <h2>GnuPG lanza campaña de financiación colectiva</h2>
-  <h5>2013-12-19 (translation by Vlax)</h5>
-
-  <p>Con el objetivo de construir un nuevo sitio web, a partir de hoy
-  GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) convoca a participar con donaciones
-  económicas y colaboraciones distribuidas [1] que a largo plazo
-  puedan mejorar su infraestructura.</p>
-
-  <p>La meta son 24.000 euros que servirán para financiar:</p>
-
-  <ul>
-   <li>Nuevas Interfaces Web para el sitio gnupg.org que incluyan versiones para móvil</li>
-   <li>Finalización y liberación de GnuPG 2.1</li>
-   <li>Acceso anónimo desde la red Tor a la web de GnuPG</li>
-   <li>Una nueva página que facilite la descarga desde cualquier dispositivo</li>
-   <li>Un nuevo servidor web</li>
-   <li>Nuevas páginas con referencias a guías externas, vídeos y manuales</li>
-   <li>Sistema para procesar donativos constantes en apoyo de
-     proyectos de largo plazo.</li>
-  </ul>
-
-  <p>Werner Koch, fundador del proyecto y principal desarrollador
-  asegura que "la popularidad de GnuPG se ha incrementado luego de las
-  recientes revelaciones sobre el espionaje gubernamental. Después de
-  16 años de continuo desarrollo, ahora solicitamos el apoyo de la
-  comunidad para aprovechar esta exigencia en favor de la privacidad
-  de los usuarios, haciendo que GnuPG sea de fácil de uso para el
-  público en general".</p>
-
-  <p>A raíz de las fugas de documentos de la NSA, GnuPG permanece como
-  una de las pocas herramientas fuera de toda sospecha. Edward Snowden
-  y sus contactos, incluyendo a Bruce Schneier, cambiaron a GnuPG
-  cuando a principios de este año [2] comenzaron a manipular
-  documentos secretos. El periódico The Wall Street Journal, el Comité
-  para la Protección de los Periodistas, y la organización ProPublica
-  [3] utilizan GnuPG para la protección de sus colaboradores y de sus
-  fuentes de información. Por su parte y a raíz de estas revelaciones,
-  Phil Zimmermann, el inventor de 'Pretty Good Privacy' (PGP), también
-  se cambió a GnuPG.</p>
-
-  <p>"GnuPG es una parte estratégica en la infraestructura moderna de
-  privacidad", dijo Sam Tuke, el Director de campañas de
-  GnuPG. "Millones de usuarios confían en GnuPG para trabajar de modo
-  seguro en servidores, ordenadores portátiles y teléfonos
-  inteligentes, pero las donaciones que hemos obtenido durante el año
-  2013 no cubren siquiera los gastos normales. El soporte para los
-  nuevos algoritmos como el de curva elíptica, y la solución de fallas
-  técnicas lleva una gran cantidad de trabajo que se realiza
-  voluntariamente. Este es el momento para que la gente contribuya
-  para lograr que GnuPG sea más eficiente y autosuficiente en el
-  futuro".</p>
-
-  <p>Jacob Appelbaum, desarrollador del Proyecto Tor, agregó que
-  "GnuPG es importante porque nos ofrece garantías que necesitamos
-  para hacer nuestro trabajo. La financiación comunitaria es una parte
-  fundamental de la perspectiva de confianza futura para GnuPG".</p>
-
-  <p>
-    Para más información, póngase en contacto con Sam Tuke.<br/>
-    Email: samtuke [at] gnupg.org<br/>
-    Teléfono: +49 176 81923811
-  </p>
-
-  <ol>
-    <li>http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure</li>
-    <li>http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance</li>
-    <li>http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/hacks_hackers_security_for_jou.php</li>
-  </ol>
-
-  <h4>Acerca del Guardián de Privacidad de GnuPG</h4>
-
-  <p>GnuPG es una aplicación líder en criptografía que permite
-  proteger datos y correos electrónicos, del riesgo de ser
-  interceptados. Desarrollado por una comunidad de ingenieros de
-  software libre encabezada por Werner Koch, GnuPG es utilizado y
-  recomendado por expertos en seguridad de todo el mundo, como Bruce
-  Schneier y Phil Zimmermann, ya que ofrece la mejor clase de
-  privacidad de manera gratuita, sin costos ni restricciones. Cientos
-  de compañías, incluyendo Red Hat, Deutsche Bahn y muchos otros, han
-  integrado GnuPG en sus productos para cumplir sus objetivos de
-  proporcionar seguridad crítica.</p>
-
-  <p><a href="http://gnupg.org/">http://gnupg.org</a></p>
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-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-               service are sponsered by</td>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-  <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-      <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-          height="40"/></a>
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-        alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-    <img src="drm-info.png"
-        alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-        height="40" width="69" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-    <img src="pace.png"
-        alt="Peace!"
-        height="40" width="58" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
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diff --git a/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.es.org b/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.es.org
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke (translation by Vlax)
+#+DATE: 2013-12-19
+
+  [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.org][English]] | Español | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.fr.org][Francaise]] | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.de.org][Deutsch]]
+
+
+** GnuPG lanza campaña de financiación colectiva
+
+Con el objetivo de construir un nuevo sitio web, a partir de hoy GNU
+Privacy Guard (GnuPG) convoca a participar con donaciones económicas y
+[[http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure][colaboraciones distribuidas]] que a largo plazo puedan mejorar su
+infraestructura.
+
+La meta son 24.000 euros que servirán para financiar:
+
+-  Nuevas Interfaces Web para el sitio gnupg.org que incluyan versiones
+   para móvil
+-  Finalización y liberación de GnuPG 2.1
+-  Acceso anónimo desde la red Tor a la web de GnuPG
+-  Una nueva página que facilite la descarga desde cualquier dispositivo
+-  Un nuevo servidor web
+-  Nuevas páginas con referencias a guías externas, vídeos y manuales
+-  Sistema para procesar donativos constantes en apoyo de proyectos de
+   largo plazo.
+
+Werner Koch, fundador del proyecto y principal desarrollador asegura que
+"la popularidad de GnuPG se ha incrementado luego de las recientes
+revelaciones sobre el espionaje gubernamental. Después de 16 años de
+continuo desarrollo, ahora solicitamos el apoyo de la comunidad para
+aprovechar esta exigencia en favor de la privacidad de los usuarios,
+haciendo que GnuPG sea de fácil de uso para el público en general".
+
+A raíz de las fugas de documentos de la NSA, GnuPG permanece como una de
+las pocas herramientas fuera de toda sospecha. Edward Snowden y sus
+contactos, incluyendo a Bruce Schneier, cambiaron a GnuPG cuando a
+principios de [[http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance][este año]] comenzaron a manipular documentos secretos.
+El periódico The Wall Street Journal, el Comité para la Protección de
+los Periodistas, y la organización [[http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/hacks_hackers_security_for_jou.php][ProPublica]] utilizan GnuPG para la
+protección de sus colaboradores y de sus fuentes de información. Por su
+parte y a raíz de estas revelaciones, Phil Zimmermann, el inventor de
+'Pretty Good Privacy' (PGP), también se cambió a GnuPG.
+
+"GnuPG es una parte estratégica en la infraestructura moderna de
+privacidad", dijo Sam Tuke, el Director de campañas de GnuPG. "Millones
+de usuarios confían en GnuPG para trabajar de modo seguro en servidores,
+ordenadores portátiles y teléfonos inteligentes, pero las donaciones que
+hemos obtenido durante el año 2013 no cubren siquiera los gastos
+normales. El soporte para los nuevos algoritmos como el de curva
+elíptica, y la solución de fallas técnicas lleva una gran cantidad de
+trabajo que se realiza voluntariamente. Este es el momento para que la
+gente contribuya para lograr que GnuPG sea más eficiente y
+autosuficiente en el futuro".
+
+Jacob Appelbaum, desarrollador del Proyecto Tor, agregó que "GnuPG es
+importante porque nos ofrece garantías que necesitamos para hacer
+nuestro trabajo. La financiación comunitaria es una parte fundamental de
+la perspectiva de confianza futura para GnuPG".
+
+Para más información, póngase en contacto con Sam Tuke.
+ Email: samtuke [at] gnupg.org
+ Teléfono: +49 176 81923811
+
+**** Acerca del Guardián de Privacidad de GnuPG
+
+GnuPG es una aplicación líder en criptografía que permite proteger datos
+y correos electrónicos, del riesgo de ser interceptados. Desarrollado
+por una comunidad de ingenieros de software libre encabezada por Werner
+Koch, GnuPG es utilizado y recomendado por expertos en seguridad de todo
+el mundo, como Bruce Schneier y Phil Zimmermann, ya que ofrece la mejor
+clase de privacidad de manera gratuita, sin costos ni restricciones.
+Cientos de compañías, incluyendo Red Hat, Deutsche Bahn y muchos otros,
+han integrado GnuPG en sus productos para cumplir sus objetivos de
+proporcionar seguridad crítica.
+
+[[http://gnupg.org/][http://gnupg.org]]
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-  <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
-  <title>Le projet de chiffrement GnuPG lance sa campagne de financement - Blog - Gnu Privacy Guard</title>
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-    <td class="frame-head">
-      <a href="http://gnupg.org"
-         ><img src="logo-gnupg-light-purple-bg.png" alt="[GnuPG Logo]"
-               width="356" height="120" /></a></td>
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-      &middot; &nbsp;
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-      &middot; &nbsp;
-      Francaise &middot; &nbsp;
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-             <li class="frame-navb"><a href="index.html">Blog</a></li>
-             <li class="frame-navb"><a href="/index.html">GnuPG</a></li>
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-  <h2>Le projet de chiffrement GnuPG lance sa campagne de financement</h2>
-  <h5>2013-12-19</h5>
-
-  <p>La première campagne
-  de <a href="http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure"
-  >financement</a> de Gnu Privacy Guard (GnuPG) a été lancée
-  aujourd'hui. Elle a pour objectif de créer un nouveau site web et
-  des infrastructures de long terme pour le projet. La levée de 24000€
-  permettra de financer</p>
-
-  <ul>
-    <li>une nouvelle interface web pour gnupg.org, version mobile incluse</li>
-    <li>de nouvelles pages comportant guides, vidéos et manuels</li>
-    <li>Une nouvelle page de téléchargement facile d'utilisation pour
-        tous les types d'appareils</li>
-    <li>l'accès anonyme au site via le réseau Tor</li>
-    <li>un nouveau serveur pour les services web</li>
-    <li>l'achèvement et le lancement de la version 2.1 de GnuPG</li>
-    <li>des infrastructures pour gérer les dons réguliers pour le
-        soutien du projet sur le long terme </li>
-  </ul>
-
-  <p>Le fondateur du projet et développeur principal Werner Koch a
-  déclaré "GnuPG a bénéficié d'un important regain de popularité à la
-  suite des récentes révélations sur l'espionage d'Etat. Après 16 ans
-  de développement continu, nous demandons maintenant un soutien de la
-  communauté pour capitaliser sur les demandes d'une meilleure
-  protection de la vie privée et rendre GnuPG plus facilement
-  accessible au grand public.</p>
-
-  <p>GnuPG est un des rares outils restant à l'abri des soupçons dans
-  le sillage des documents fuités de la NSA. Edward Snowden et ses
-  contacts, dont Bruce Schneier, se sont mis à utiliser GnuPG
-  <a href="http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance"
-  >au début de l'année</a>, lorsqu'ils ont commencé à s'occuper des
-  documents secrets. Le Wall Street Journal, Le Comité pour la
-  Protection des Journalistes
-  et <a href="http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/hacks_hackers_security_for_jou.php">ProPublica</a>
-  ont tous adopté GnuPG pour protéger leurs employés et leurs
-  sources. Phil Zimmermann, l'inventeur originel de Pretty Good
-  Privacy (PGP), a aussi choisi d'uiliser GnuPG en réaction à
-  l'actualité récente.</p>
-
-  <p>"GnuPG est une composante fondamentale des infrastructures
-  modernes de protection de la vie privée" a déclaré Sam Tuke, le
-  directeur de campagne de GnuPG. "Des millions d'utilisateurs se
-  fient à GnuPG pour pouvoir travailler de manière sécurisée sur leurs
-  serveurs, laptops et smartphones; mais les dons effectués en 2013
-  n'ont représenté que 3.000 EUR et ne suffisent même pas à couvrir
-  les coûts fixes du projet. Supporter de nouveaux algorithmes, comme
-  les courbes élliptiques, et réagir rapidement en cas de découverte
-  de nouvelles possibilités d'attaques représente une lourde charge de
-  travail, actuellement assurée bénévolement.</p>
-
-  <p>Jacob Appelbaum, développeur Tor, a ajouté "Le travail effectué
-  par GnuPG est important et nécessite du soutien. Les financements de
-  la communauté sont fondamentaux pour envisager l'avenir de GnuPG
-  avec confiance".</p>
-
-  <p>
-  Pour plus d'informations, contactez Sam Tuke<br/>
-  Email: samtuke [at] gnupg.org<br/>
-  Téléphone: +49 176 81923811<br/>
-  <p>
-
-  <h4>A propos de Gnu Privacy Guard</h4>
-
-  <p>GnuPG est une application majeure de chiffrement qui protège des
-  interceptions emails et données. Elle est développée par une
-  communauté d'ingénieurs de logiciel libre menée par Werner
-  Koch. GnuPG est utilisé et recommandée par les experts
-  internationaux en sécurité les plus reconnus, dont Bruce Schneier et
-  Phil Zimmerman. Elle permet de protéger sa vie privée, et ce
-  gratuitement et sans restriction. Des centaines d'entreprises ont
-  intégré GnuPG dans leurs produits pour en assurer la sécurité, y
-  compris Red Hat, Deutsche Bahn et de nombreuses autres.</p>
-
-  <p><a href="http://gnupg.org/">http://gnupg.org</a></p>
-
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-
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-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-               service are sponsered by</td>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-  <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-      <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-          height="40"/></a>
-  </td>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-</table>
-<br />
-
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-  <a class="img" href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer">
-    <img src="valid-xhtml10.png"
-        alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-    <img src="drm-info.png"
-        alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-        height="40" width="69" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-    <img src="pace.png"
-        alt="Peace!"
-        height="40" width="58" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://www.gnupg.org/share/site.css">
-    <img src="vcss.gif"
-        alt="Valid CSS!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-</p>
-
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-  <a href="privacy-policy.en.html">Privacy Policy</a>
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: translator
+#+DATE: 2013-12-19
+
+  [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.org][English]] | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.es.org][Español]] | Francaise | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.de.org][Deutsch]]
+
+
+*** Le projet de chiffrement GnuPG lance sa campagne de financement
+
+La première campagne de [[http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure][financement]] de Gnu Privacy Guard (GnuPG) a été
+lancée aujourd'hui. Elle a pour objectif de créer un nouveau site web
+et des infrastructures de long terme pour le projet. La levée de
+24000€ permettra de financer
+
+-  une nouvelle interface web pour gnupg.org, version mobile incluse
+-  de nouvelles pages comportant guides, vidéos et manuels
+-  Une nouvelle page de téléchargement facile d'utilisation pour tous
+   les types d'appareils
+-  l'accès anonyme au site via le réseau Tor
+-  un nouveau serveur pour les services web
+-  l'achèvement et le lancement de la version 2.1 de GnuPG
+-  des infrastructures pour gérer les dons réguliers pour le soutien du
+   projet sur le long terme
+
+Le fondateur du projet et développeur principal Werner Koch a déclaré
+"GnuPG a bénéficié d'un important regain de popularité à la suite des
+récentes révélations sur l'espionage d'Etat. Après 16 ans de
+développement continu, nous demandons maintenant un soutien de la
+communauté pour capitaliser sur les demandes d'une meilleure protection
+de la vie privée et rendre GnuPG plus facilement accessible au grand
+public.
+
+GnuPG est un des rares outils restant à l'abri des soupçons dans le
+sillage des documents fuités de la NSA. Edward Snowden et ses contacts,
+dont Bruce Schneier, se sont mis à utiliser GnuPG
+[[http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance][au
+début de l'année]], lorsqu'ils ont commencé à s'occuper des documents
+secrets. Le Wall Street Journal, Le Comité pour la Protection des
+Journalistes et
+[[http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/hacks_hackers_security_for_jou.php][ProPublica]]
+ont tous adopté GnuPG pour protéger leurs employés et leurs sources.
+Phil Zimmermann, l'inventeur originel de Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), a
+aussi choisi d'uiliser GnuPG en réaction à l'actualité récente.
+
+"GnuPG est une composante fondamentale des infrastructures modernes de
+protection de la vie privée" a déclaré Sam Tuke, le directeur de
+campagne de GnuPG. "Des millions d'utilisateurs se fient à GnuPG pour
+pouvoir travailler de manière sécurisée sur leurs serveurs, laptops et
+smartphones; mais les dons effectués en 2013 n'ont représenté que 3.000
+EUR et ne suffisent même pas à couvrir les coûts fixes du projet.
+Supporter de nouveaux algorithmes, comme les courbes élliptiques, et
+réagir rapidement en cas de découverte de nouvelles possibilités
+d'attaques représente une lourde charge de travail, actuellement assurée
+bénévolement.
+
+Jacob Appelbaum, développeur Tor, a ajouté "Le travail effectué par
+GnuPG est important et nécessite du soutien. Les financements de la
+communauté sont fondamentaux pour envisager l'avenir de GnuPG avec
+confiance".
+
+Pour plus d'informations, contactez Sam Tuke
+ Email: samtuke [at] gnupg.org
+ Téléphone: +49 176 81923811
+
+**** A propos de Gnu Privacy Guard
+
+GnuPG est une application majeure de chiffrement qui protège des
+interceptions emails et données. Elle est développée par une communauté
+d'ingénieurs de logiciel libre menée par Werner Koch. GnuPG est utilisé
+et recommandée par les experts internationaux en sécurité les plus
+reconnus, dont Bruce Schneier et Phil Zimmerman. Elle permet de protéger
+sa vie privée, et ce gratuitement et sans restriction. Des centaines
+d'entreprises ont intégré GnuPG dans leurs produits pour en assurer la
+sécurité, y compris Red Hat, Deutsche Bahn et de nombreuses autres.
+
+[[http://gnupg.org/][http://gnupg.org]]
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-  <h2>Press release: GnuPG encryption project launches crowdfunding
-  campaign</h2>
-  <h5>Posted 19th December 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-
-  <p>Today GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) has launched its first
-   <a href="http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure"
-      >crowdfunding campaign</a> with the aim of building a new
-      website and long term infrastructure. The 24.000 EUR target will
-      fund:</p>
-
-  <ul>
-  <li>Fresh web interfaces for gnupg.org including mobile</li>
-  <li>Completion and release of GnuPG 2.1</li>
-  <li>Anonymous Tor network access to the website</li>
-  <li>A new user friendly download page suitable for all devices</li>
-  <li>A new server for web services</li>
-  <li>New pages convening external guides, videos, and handbooks</li>
-  <li>Facilities for processing recurring donations for long
-      term project support</li>
-  </ul>
-
-  <p>Project founder and Lead Developer Werner Koch said “GnuPG has
-  seen a huge upsurge in popularity following recent state
-  spying revelations. After 16 years of continuous development,
-  we are now asking for community support to capitalise on
-  consumer demand for privacy, and make GnuPG easy to access for
-  mainstream audiences”.</p>
-
-  <p>GnuPG is one of the few tools remaining above suspicion in the
-  wake of leaked NSA documents. Edward Snowden and his contacts
-  including Bruce Schneier switched to GnuPG when they began handling
-  the secret
-  documents <a href="http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance">earlier this year</a>. The Wall Street Journal, The
-  Committee to Protect Journalists, and
-    <a href="http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/hacks_hackers_security_for_jou.php">ProPublica</a> have all embraced
-  GnuPG for protection of staff and sources. Phil Zimmermann, original
-  inventor of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), has also moved to GnuPG in
-  wake of the news.</p>
-
-  <p>“GnuPG is a key part of modern privacy infrastructure” said
-  Sam Tuke, Campaign Manager, GnuPG. “Millions of users rely on
-  GnuPG to work securely on servers, laptops and smartphones,
-  but 2013 donations totaling 3.000 EUR to date have not even
-  covered fixed costs. Supporting new algorithms like elliptical
-  curve and fixing newfound exploits fast takes a lot of work
-  which is done voluntarily. Now is the time for people to
-  contribute to making GnuPG slick and more sustainable in
-  future”.</p>
-
-  <p>Jacob Appelbaum, Tor Project developer, added “GnuPG is
-  important - it allows us the assurances we need to do our
-  work. Community funding is a critical part of a confident
-  outlook for GnuPG in future.”</p>
-
-
-  <p>For further information, please contact Sam Tuke.<br/>
-  Email: samtuke [at] gnupg.org<br/>
-  Phone: +49 176 81923811
-  </p>
-
-  <h4>About GNU Privacy Guard</h4>
-
-  <p>GnuPG is a leading cryptography app that protects emails and
-  data from interception. It is developed by a community of Free
-  Software engineers led by Werner Koch. GnuPG is used and
-  recommended by the world’s top security experts, including
-  Bruce Schneier and Phil Zimmermann. It offers best in class
-  privacy free of charge and restriction. Hundreds of companies
-  have integrated GnuPG into their products to perform mission
-  critical security, including Red Hat, Deutsche Bahn, and many
-  others.</p>
-
-  <p><a href="http://gnupg.org/">http://gnupg.org</a></p>
-
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-          height="40"/></a>
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-        alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
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-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-    <img src="drm-info.png"
-        alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-        height="40" width="69" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
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-        alt="Peace!"
-        height="40" width="58" /></a>
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 19th December 2013
+
+
+ English | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.es.org][Español]] | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.fr.org][Francaise]] | [[file:20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.de.org][Deutsch]]
+
+
+** Press release: GnuPG encryption project launches crowdfunding campaign
+
+Today GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG) has launched its first
+[[http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure][crowdfunding campaign]] with the aim of building a new website and long term
+infrastructure. The 24.000 EUR target will fund:
+
+-  Fresh web interfaces for gnupg.org including mobile
+-  Completion and release of GnuPG 2.1
+-  Anonymous Tor network access to the website
+-  A new user friendly download page suitable for all devices
+-  A new server for web services
+-  New pages convening external guides, videos, and handbooks
+-  Facilities for processing recurring donations for long term project
+   support
+
+Project founder and Lead Developer Werner Koch said “GnuPG has seen a
+huge upsurge in popularity following recent state spying revelations.
+After 16 years of continuous development, we are now asking for
+community support to capitalise on consumer demand for privacy, and make
+GnuPG easy to access for mainstream audiences”.
+
+GnuPG is one of the few tools remaining above suspicion in the wake of
+leaked NSA documents. Edward Snowden and his contacts including Bruce
+Schneier switched to GnuPG when they began handling the secret
+documents [[http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/05/nsa-how-to-remain-secure-surveillance][earlier this year]]. The Wall Street Journal, The Committee to
+Protect Journalists, and [[http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/hacks_hackers_security_for_jou.php][ProPublica]] have all embraced GnuPG for
+protection of staff and sources. Phil Zimmermann, original inventor of
+Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), has also moved to GnuPG in wake of the
+news.
+
+“GnuPG is a key part of modern privacy infrastructure” said Sam Tuke,
+Campaign Manager, GnuPG. “Millions of users rely on GnuPG to work
+securely on servers, laptops and smartphones, but 2013 donations
+totaling 3.000 EUR to date have not even covered fixed costs. Supporting
+new algorithms like elliptical curve and fixing newfound exploits fast
+takes a lot of work which is done voluntarily. Now is the time for
+people to contribute to making GnuPG slick and more sustainable in
+future”.
+
+Jacob Appelbaum, Tor Project developer, added “GnuPG is important - it
+allows us the assurances we need to do our work. Community funding is a
+critical part of a confident outlook for GnuPG in future.”
+
+For further information, please contact Sam Tuke.
+ Email: samtuke [at] gnupg.org
+ Phone: +49 176 81923811
+
+**** About GNU Privacy Guard
+
+GnuPG is a leading cryptography app that protects emails and data from
+interception. It is developed by a community of Free Software engineers
+led by Werner Koch. GnuPG is used and recommended by the world's top
+security experts, including Bruce Schneier and Phil Zimmermann. It
+offers best in class privacy free of charge and restriction. Hundreds of
+companies have integrated GnuPG into their products to perform mission
+critical security, including Red Hat, Deutsche Bahn, and many others.
+
+[[http://gnupg.org/][http://gnupg.org]]
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-           <ul class="frame-navb">
-             <li class="frame-navb"><a href="index.html">Blog</a></li>
-             <li class="frame-navb"><a href="/index.html">GnuPG</a></li>
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-  <h2>16 Years of protecting privacy</h2>
-  <h5>Posted 20th December 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-<p>
-Today marks 16 years since the first release of GNU Privacy Guard
-(GnuPG). In that time the project has grown from being a hacker’s
-hobby into one of the world’s most critical anti-surveillance
-tools. Today GnuPG stands at the front line of the battle between
-invasive surveillance and civil liberties.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-“Time has proven <a href="http://fsfe.org/freesoftware/basics/4freedoms.en.html">Free Software</a> to be the most trustworthy defender
-against companies and governments seeking to undermine citizen
-privacy” said Werner Koch, GnuPG Founder and Lead Developer. “Although
-funding our work has not always been easy, the need for universally
-accessible privacy tools has never been more apparent”.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Some of the world’s top security specialists are now counted among
-GnuPG users, including Bruce Schneier, Jacob Appelbaum, and Phil
-Zimmerman, inventor of PGP. This summer the world learned of the
-extent of Government spying thanks to whistleblowers and journalists
-communicating using GnuPG encrypted emails. Market leading servers
-from Red Hat and Debian have built their reputation for security on
-the foundation of GnuPG-verified software.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-“The success of GnuPG’s
-first <a href="http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure"
->crowdfunding campaign</a>, which received 90% of it’s target in 24
-hours, shows a fresh willingness among users to support GnuPG in it’s
-16th year, and points to new opportunities for the project in future”
-said Sam Tuke, GnuPG Campaign Manager.  “The release of GnuPG 2.1 and
-the launch of a newly designed website later this year will bring
-GnuPG and its clients for Windows, Mac, Gnu/Linux, and Android to new
-audiences”.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Over the years GnuPG has kept up to date with new algorithms, such as
-Elliptic Curve Cryptography, and reactive to new threats, such as key
-extraction via acoustic monitoring, which was announced two days ago
-by researchers as GnuPG updates were released, in coordination with
-developers. Members remain confident of the future of GnuPG and look
-forward to facing the privacy threats of tomorrow with community
-support.
-</p>
-
-<ul>
-       <li>
-               <a href="http://www.framablog.org/index.php/post/2013/12/20/gnupg-16-ans" >French / Français</a>
-       </li>
-       <li>
-               <a href="http://metahumano.org/log/16-anos-de-proteccion-de-la-privacidad/">Spanish / Español</a>
-       </li>
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-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-               service are sponsered by</td>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-  <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-      <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-          height="40"/></a>
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-  <a class="img" href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer">
-    <img src="valid-xhtml10.png"
-        alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-    <img src="drm-info.png"
-        alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-        height="40" width="69" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-    <img src="pace.png"
-        alt="Peace!"
-        height="40" width="58" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
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-        alt="Valid CSS!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-</p>
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-  <a href="privacy-policy.en.html">Privacy Policy</a>
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@@ -1,15 +1,17 @@
-#
+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 20th December 2013
 
-** 16 Years of protecting privacy
-   :PROPERTIES:
-   :PUBDATE:  <2013-12-20 Fri 09:18>
-   :END:
+  English | [[http://www.framablog.org/index.php/post/2013/12/20/gnupg-16-ans][French / Français]] | [[file:20131220-gnupg-turned-0x10.ph.org][Filipino]] | [[http://metahumano.org/log/16-anos-de-proteccion-de-la-privacidad/][Spanish / Español]]
+
+*** 16 Years of protecting privacy
 
 Today marks 16 years since the first release of GNU Privacy Guard
-(GnuPG). In that time the project has grown from being a hacker’s
-hobby into one of the world’s most critical anti-surveillance
-tools. Today GnuPG stands at the front line of the battle between
-invasive surveillance and civil liberties.
+(GnuPG). In that time the project has grown from being a hacker's hobby
+into one of the world's most critical anti-surveillance tools. Today
+GnuPG stands at the front line of the battle between invasive
+surveillance and civil liberties.
 
 “Time has proven [[http://fsfe.org/freesoftware/basics/4freedoms.en.html][Free Software]] to be the most trustworthy defender
 against companies and governments seeking to undermine citizen
@@ -17,20 +19,20 @@ privacy” said Werner Koch, GnuPG Founder and Lead Developer. “Although
 funding our work has not always been easy, the need for universally
 accessible privacy tools has never been more apparent”.
 
-Some of the world’s top security specialists are now counted among
-GnuPG users, including Bruce Schneier, Jacob Appelbaum, and Phil
-Zimmerman, inventor of PGP. This summer the world learned of the
-extent of Government spying thanks to whistleblowers and journalists
-communicating using GnuPG encrypted emails. Market leading servers
-from Red Hat and Debian have built their reputation for security on
-the foundation of GnuPG-verified software.
+Some of the world's top security specialists are now counted among GnuPG
+users, including Bruce Schneier, Jacob Appelbaum, and Phil Zimmerman,
+inventor of PGP. This summer the world learned of the extent of
+Government spying thanks to whistleblowers and journalists communicating
+using GnuPG encrypted emails. Market leading servers from Red Hat and
+Debian have built their reputation for security on the foundation of
+GnuPG-verified software.
 
-“The success of GnuPG’s first crowdfunding campaign, which received
-90% of its target in 24 hours, shows a fresh willingness among users
-to support GnuPG in its 16th year, and points to new opportunities
-for the project in future” said Sam Tuke, GnuPG Campaign Manager.
-“The release of GnuPG 2.1 and the launch of a newly designed website
-later this year will bring GnuPG and its clients for Windows, Mac,
+“The success of GnuPG's first [[http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure][crowdfunding campaign]], which received
+90% of it's target in 24 hours, shows a fresh willingness among users
+to support GnuPG in it's 16th year, and points to new opportunities
+for the project in future” said Sam Tuke, GnuPG Campaign Manager. “The
+release of GnuPG 2.1 and the launch of a newly designed website later
+this year will bring GnuPG and its clients for Windows, Mac,
 Gnu/Linux, and Android to new audiences”.
 
 Over the years GnuPG has kept up to date with new algorithms, such as
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-  <h2>16 Years of protecting privacy</h2>
-  <h5>Posted 20th December 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-       <p><em>Thanks to '<a target="blank" href="http://www.twitter.com/FilipinoLawyer">FilipinoLawyer</a>' for this translation.</em></p>
-
-       <p>Noong Disyembre 20, 2013 ay ika-16 taon mula ng unang labas ng GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG). Sa loob ng mga panahong ito, ang proyekto ay lumago mula sa pagiging isang libangan ng mga hacker tungo sa isa sa mga pinakakritikal na gamit sa buong mundo laban sa pagmamatyag o surveillance. Ngayon ang GnuPG ay isa sa mga nasa harapan ng pagtatanggol ng kalayaang sibil at karapatan laban sa mapanalakay na pagmamatyag.</p>
-
-       <p>Ayon kay Werner Koch, nagtatag at Lead Developer ng GnuPG: “Time has proven Free Software to be the most trustworthy defender against companies and governments seeking to undermine citizen privacy”. Aniya: “Although funding our work has not always been easy, the need for universally accessible privacy tools has never been more apparent”.</p>
-
-       <p>"Sa maraming panahon, napatunayan na ang <a taget="blank"  href="http://fsfe.org/freesoftware/basics/4freedoms.en.html">Free Software</a> ang pinaka-mapagkakatiwalaang tagapagtanggol laban sa mga kumpanya at mga pamahalaan na naglalayong pahinain ang pribisiya o privacy ng mamamayan" at "Kahit na ang pagpopondo ng aming trabaho ay hindi palaging madali, ang pangkalahatang pangangailangan para makukuha ng gamit para sa pribisiya o privacy tool ay naging mas maliwanag".</p>
-       <p>Ang ilan sa mga nangungunang espesyalista sa seguridad ay gumagamit ng GnuPG kabilang sina Bruce Schneier, Jacob Appelbaum, at Phil Zimmerman, imbentor ng PGP. Noong mga nakalipas na buwan ng taong ito, nalaman ng buong mundo ang lawak ng pagmamatyag o pagiispiya ng mga gobyerno at dapat na pasalamatan ang mga whistleblowers at mamamahayag na nagbunyag nito gamit ang GnuPG-encrypted email sa kanilang paguusap. Ang mga pangunahing IT server na Red Hat at Debian ay gumagamit din ng GnuPG at inilagay ang kanilang reputasyon para sa seguridad sa pamamagitan ng mga GnuPG-verified software.</p>
-
-       <p>Ayon kay Sam Tuke, GnuPG Campaign Manager: “The success of GnuPG’s first crowdfunding campaign, which received 90% of it’s target in 24 hours, shows a fresh willingness among users to support GnuPG in it’s 16th year, and points to new opportunities for the project in future”. Aniya: “The release of GnuPG 2.1 and the launch of a newly designed website later this year will bring GnuPG and its clients for Windows, Mac, Gnu/Linux, and Android to new audiences”.</p>
-
-       <p>"Ang tagumpay ng unang kampanya ng GnuPG para makalikom ng donasyon sa publiko o <a taget="blank" href="http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure">crowdfunding</a>, na nakatanggap ng 90% ng target na donasyon sa loob lamang ng 24 oras, ay nagpapakita ng isang sariwang pagpayag ng mga gumagamit ng GnuPG upang suportahan ang GnuPG sa ika-16 na taon nito, patungo sa mga bagong oportunidad para sa proyekto sa hinaharap" at "Ang paglabas ng GnuPG 2.1 at ang paglulunsad ng isang bagong dinisenyong website sa susunod na parte ng taong ito ay makakatulong sa pagbahagi ng GnuPG at mga proyekto nito sa Windows, Mac, GNU / Linux, at Android sa mga bagong madla".</p>
-
-       <p>Sa paglipas ng mga taon ang GnuPG ay pinananatiling ito ay gumagamit ng mga napapanahon at bagong algorithm, katulad ng Elliptic Curve Cryptography, at tumutugon sa mga bagong pagbabanta sa tulong ng at koordinasyon sa mga developer. Ang mga miyembro at gumagamit ng GnuPG ay nananatiling tiwala sa kinabukasan ng GnuPG at inaasahang ang paglaban sa mga maaaring banta sa pribisiya sa hinaharap ay may suporta mula sa komunidad.</p>
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-</tr>
-<tr>
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-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-    <img src="drm-info.png"
-        alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-        height="40" width="69" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-    <img src="pace.png"
-        alt="Peace!"
-        height="40" width="58" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
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-    <img src="vcss.gif"
-        alt="Valid CSS!"
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 20th December 2013
+
+
+  [[file:20131220-gnupg-turned-0x10.org][English]] | [[http://www.framablog.org/index.php/post/2013/12/20/gnupg-16-ans][French / Français]] | Filipino | [[http://metahumano.org/log/16-anos-de-proteccion-de-la-privacidad/][Spanish / Español]]
+
+*** 16 Years of protecting privacy
+
+/Thanks to '[[http://www.twitter.com/FilipinoLawyer][FilipinoLawyer]]' for this translation./
+
+Noong Disyembre 20, 2013 ay ika-16 taon mula ng unang labas ng GNU
+Privacy Guard (GnuPG). Sa loob ng mga panahong ito, ang proyekto ay
+lumago mula sa pagiging isang libangan ng mga hacker tungo sa isa sa mga
+pinakakritikal na gamit sa buong mundo laban sa pagmamatyag o
+surveillance. Ngayon ang GnuPG ay isa sa mga nasa harapan ng
+pagtatanggol ng kalayaang sibil at karapatan laban sa mapanalakay na
+pagmamatyag.
+
+Ayon kay Werner Koch, nagtatag at Lead Developer ng GnuPG: “Time has
+proven Free Software to be the most trustworthy defender against
+companies and governments seeking to undermine citizen privacy”. Aniya:
+“Although funding our work has not always been easy, the need for
+universally accessible privacy tools has never been more apparent”.
+
+"Sa maraming panahon, napatunayan na ang [[http://fsfe.org/freesoftware/basics/4freedoms.en.html][Free Software]] ang
+pinaka-mapagkakatiwalaang tagapagtanggol laban sa mga kumpanya at mga
+pamahalaan na naglalayong pahinain ang pribisiya o privacy ng
+mamamayan" at "Kahit na ang pagpopondo ng aming trabaho ay hindi
+palaging madali, ang pangkalahatang pangangailangan para makukuha ng
+gamit para sa pribisiya o privacy tool ay naging mas maliwanag".
+
+Ang ilan sa mga nangungunang espesyalista sa seguridad ay gumagamit ng
+GnuPG kabilang sina Bruce Schneier, Jacob Appelbaum, at Phil Zimmerman,
+imbentor ng PGP. Noong mga nakalipas na buwan ng taong ito, nalaman ng
+buong mundo ang lawak ng pagmamatyag o pagiispiya ng mga gobyerno at
+dapat na pasalamatan ang mga whistleblowers at mamamahayag na nagbunyag
+nito gamit ang GnuPG-encrypted email sa kanilang paguusap. Ang mga
+pangunahing IT server na Red Hat at Debian ay gumagamit din ng GnuPG at
+inilagay ang kanilang reputasyon para sa seguridad sa pamamagitan ng mga
+GnuPG-verified software.
+
+Ayon kay Sam Tuke, GnuPG Campaign Manager: “The success of GnuPG's first
+crowdfunding campaign, which received 90% of it's target in 24 hours,
+shows a fresh willingness among users to support GnuPG in it's 16th
+year, and points to new opportunities for the project in future”. Aniya:
+“The release of GnuPG 2.1 and the launch of a newly designed website
+later this year will bring GnuPG and its clients for Windows, Mac,
+Gnu/Linux, and Android to new audiences”.
+
+"Ang tagumpay ng unang kampanya ng GnuPG para makalikom ng donasyon sa
+publiko o [[http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure][crowdfunding]], na nakatanggap ng 90% ng target na donasyon sa
+loob lamang ng 24 oras, ay nagpapakita ng isang sariwang pagpayag ng
+mga gumagamit ng GnuPG upang suportahan ang GnuPG sa ika-16 na taon
+nito, patungo sa mga bagong oportunidad para sa proyekto sa hinaharap"
+at "Ang paglabas ng GnuPG 2.1 at ang paglulunsad ng isang bagong
+dinisenyong website sa susunod na parte ng taong ito ay makakatulong
+sa pagbahagi ng GnuPG at mga proyekto nito sa Windows, Mac, GNU /
+Linux, at Android sa mga bagong madla".
+
+Sa paglipas ng mga taon ang GnuPG ay pinananatiling ito ay gumagamit ng
+mga napapanahon at bagong algorithm, katulad ng Elliptic Curve
+Cryptography, at tumutugon sa mga bagong pagbabanta sa tulong ng at
+koordinasyon sa mga developer. Ang mga miyembro at gumagamit ng GnuPG ay
+nananatiling tiwala sa kinabukasan ng GnuPG at inaasahang ang paglaban
+sa mga maaaring banta sa pribisiya sa hinaharap ay may suporta mula sa
+komunidad.
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-  <h2>How good is Goteo? An appraisal</h2>
-  <h5>Posted 30th December 2013 by Sam Tuke</h5>
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-       <img width="380px" src="img/goteo-pledge-wall.png" />
-       <p>A wall of donor faces on Goteo</p>
-</div>
-
-<p>"One question: why did you choose the quite unknown Spanish crowdfunding site Goteo?" So shot back the reply to the <a href="http://blog.gnupg.org/20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.html" target="blank">press release</a> I had just sent to a few dozen selected journalists announcing the launch of the GnuPG crowdfunding campaign. "You won't get any exposure on there, we got a few hundred thousand hits just from being on indiegogo" I was told by one experienced crowdfunder at my favourite <a href="http://www.c-base.org/" target="blank" rel="nofollow">Berlin hackerspace</a> last month. "What's Goteo?" has been one of the most frequently asked questions of this campaign from friends and supporters.</p>
-
-<p>I ummed and ahhed over which crowfunding platform to choose. It's a decision that has a huge impact on the campaign - market exposure, transaction costs, and design and layout are just a few of the many factors that have to be taken into account. This is a crowded market - new crowdfunding sites are popping up each week as more companies try to cash in on what is recognised a key <a href="http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/dec/23/tech-128-from-airbnb-to-crowdfunding-the-year-in-review" target="blank" rel="nofollow">tech trend of 2013</a>. An <a href="http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/dec/23/crowdfunding-limitations" target="blank" rel="nofollow">estimated $5bn</a> was raised by crowdfunders this year. That equates to around $35m in commission fees for the platforms hosting these campaigns, who typically charge between <a href="http://www.indiegogo.com/indiegogo-faq" title="indiegogo's commission charges" target="blank" rel="nofollow">5</a>-<a href="http://goteo.org/faq/sponsor#q98"
-title="Goteo's commission Charges" target="blank">10%</a>. It's no surprise that everyone wants a slice.</p>
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-       <img width="180px" src="img/non-economic-goteo.png" />
-       <p>"Non-economic donations"</p>
-</div>
-
-<p>Goteo however, is unique. Right now it's the only crowdfunding software that is itself <a href="https://fsfe.org/about/basics/freesoftware.en.html" target="blank">Free Software</a>, allowing everyone to inspect how it works and run their own copy. Even though I don't plan to run my own Kickstarter competitor any time soon, the fact we can check its code, make improvements, and follow the development process is really important. I want Goteo to prosper profitably because, aside from all its other good points, I know some of that profit will be invested in the platform itself, which shall remain free and accessible to everyone under the terms of the <a href="https://github.com/Goteo/Goteo/blob/master/GNU-AGPL-3.0" target="blank" rel="nofollow">AGPL3 license</a>.</p>
-
-<p>Goteo is also the only such site to my knowledge that's built with public money. Funded by Spain's Department for Education, Culture and Sport, Barcelona's City Council, and The University of Andalucia, Goteo exists to host projects which "<a href="http://goteo.org/about" target="blank">contribute to the common good, free knowledge, and open code</a>". Everything about the platform and the projects it hosts point to common goods, shared resources, and collaborative effort.</p>
-
-<p>Besides that, these other features make it stand out:</p>
-
-<ul>
-       <li>Signup and donation workflow is smooth and simple</li>
-       <li>Great focus on social media and sharing links (we had hundreds of tweets from these)</li>
-       <li>Users can login with many social networks, including OpenID and LinkedIn</li>
-       <li>Clean and professional design with easy access to key information</li>
-       <li>Built in license chooser for all "goods" projects produce (categories for software, artwork, etc.)</li>
-       <li>Mandatory delivery timeframe / deadline setter with public calendar</li>
-       <li>Nice "image wall widget" of donors faces has potential, provides public recognition of donations</li>
-       <li>Web forms for project creation are comprehensive and well designed</li>
-       <li>Crowdsourcing of extra skills ("non-economic donations") works well</li>
-       <li>Donations are guaranteed by PayPal and Goteo, not pledged or retractable</li>
-       <li>Goteo staff are friendly and knowledgable, providing personal guidance and assistance</li>
-       <li>Many funding successes, including a few related to <a href="http://goteo.org/project/bhoreal" target="blank" rel="nofollow">hardware</a>, <a href="http://goteo.org/project/smart-citizen-sensores-ciudadanos?lang=en" target="blank" rel="nofollow">software</a>, and <a href="http://goteo.org/project/protolab-movil" target="blank" rel="nofollow">Hackerspaces</a></li>
-</ul>
-
-Many of those benefits are obvious before launching a campaign. However, on the list of problems I experienced with the platform, most weren't discovered until the point of execution (<span class="orange-text">orange</span> = fix in progress):
-
-<ul>
-       <li class="orange-text">User-set passwords are automatically emailed in plain text after registration (insecure)</li>
-       <li>Rewards can't be customised, e.g. select t-shirt size</li>
-       <li class="orange-text">Once a campaign is launched, no aspect can be edited directly (though news can be added)</li>
-       <li>The order of images for the campaign page is random - the first image visitors see can't be specified</li>
-       <li class="orange-text">The launch date of the campaign is chosen by Goteo administrators, it can't be specified</li>
-       <li>No markup is available for text formatting</li>
-       <li class="orange-text">Pictures are limited and can't be placed between text to break up the page</li>
-       <li>There's a bug that causes double posting of news items</li>
-       <li>Shipping for rewards is not configurable - international shipping can't be billed</li>
-       <li>The website is not mobile friendly (minimum page width is 940px)</li>
-       <li>HTTPS is not available to donors for transferring personal details</li>
-</ul>
-
-Besides that, I spotted a few opportunities for improvement:
-
-<ul>
-       <li>Send emails to people who didn't complete their donation ("abandoned carts" - indiegogo does this)</li>
-       <li>Allow managers to specify the content of social media messages</li>
-</ul>
-
-<div class="captioned-img right">
-       <img width="400px" src="img/goteo-github-license.png" />
-       <p>Goteo's license on GitHub</p>
-</div>
-
-<p>Some of the problems listed are a real pain. Because I couldn't choose the launch date, and hadn't planned for an in-depth human review by Goteo, our project went public days later than I expected, at a time when I was travelling and without connectivity. Goteo's campaigns team is helpful and responsive however, and even in the last few weeks several translation problems have been fixed which I had previously reported. I'm confident that the other most serious issues will be addressed in a timely manner.</p>
-
-<p>In all, we took a gamble by using Goteo, but one that paid off. It's focus on communal work and rewards is unique amongst its competitors, and when it comes to copyleft licensing they stand alone in practicing what they preach. Nearly all the convenient features that you'd expect from more established platforms are included, together with a pleasant functional interface. Donations are worry-free for both donors and recipients (though I can't comment on the final transfer process until later next month).</p>
-
-<p>Best of all perhaps, staff at Goteo are knowledgable and supportive and have time to invest in making projects a success. And when launch day comes and you're expecting the unexpected, that's very reassuring.</p>
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 30th December 2013
+
+*** How good is Goteo? An appraisal
+
+#+CAPTION: A wall of donor faces on Goteo
+#+ATTR_HTML: :style max-width: 400px
+[[file:img/goteo-pledge-wall.png]]
+
+"One question: why did you choose the quite unknown Spanish
+crowdfunding site Goteo?" So shot back the reply to the [[http://blog.gnupg.org/20131219-gnupg-launches-crowfunding.html][press release]]
+I had just sent to a few dozen selected journalists announcing the
+launch of the GnuPG crowdfunding campaign. "You won't get any exposure
+on there, we got a few hundred thousand hits just from being on
+indiegogo" I was told by one experienced crowdfunder at my favourite
+[[http://www.c-base.org/][Berlin hackerspace]] last month. "What's Goteo?" has been one of the
+most frequently asked questions of this campaign from friends and
+supporters.
+
+I ummed and ahhed over which crowfunding platform to choose. It's a
+decision that has a huge impact on the campaign - market exposure,
+transaction costs, and design and layout are just a few of the many
+factors that have to be taken into account. This is a crowded market -
+new crowdfunding sites are popping up each week as more companies try
+to cash in on what is recognised a key [[http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/dec/23/tech-128-from-airbnb-to-crowdfunding-the-year-in-review][tech trend of 2013]]. An
+[[http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/dec/23/crowdfunding-limitations][estimated $5bn]] was raised by crowdfunders this year. That equates to
+around $35m in commission fees for the platforms hosting these
+campaigns, who typically charge between [[http://www.indiegogo.com/indiegogo-faq][5-10%]].  It's no surprise that
+everyone wants a slice.
+
+#+CAPTION: "Non-economic donations"
+[[file:img/non-economic-goteo.png]]
+
+
+Goteo however, is unique. Right now it's the only crowdfunding
+software that is itself [[https://fsfe.org/about/basics/freesoftware.en.html][Free Software]], allowing everyone to inspect
+how it works and run their own copy. Even though I don't plan to run
+my own Kickstarter competitor any time soon, the fact we can check its
+code, make improvements, and follow the development process is really
+important. I want Goteo to prosper profitably because, aside from all
+its other good points, I know some of that profit will be invested in
+the platform itself, which shall remain free and accessible to
+everyone under the terms of the [[https://github.com/Goteo/Goteo/blob/master/GNU-AGPL-3.0][AGPL3 license]].
+
+Goteo is also the only such site to my knowledge that's built with
+public money. Funded by Spain's Department for Education, Culture and
+Sport, Barcelona's City Council, and The University of Andalucia,
+Goteo exists to host projects which
+"[[http://goteo.org/about][contribute to the common good, free
+knowledge, and open code]]". Everything about the platform and the
+projects it hosts point to common goods, shared resources, and
+collaborative effort.
+
+Besides that, these other features make it stand out:
+
+-  Signup and donation workflow is smooth and simple
+-  Great focus on social media and sharing links (we had hundreds of
+   tweets from these)
+-  Users can login with many social networks, including OpenID and
+   LinkedIn
+-  Clean and professional design with easy access to key information
+-  Built in license chooser for all "goods" projects produce (categories
+   for software, artwork, etc.)
+-  Mandatory delivery timeframe / deadline setter with public calendar
+-  Nice "image wall widget" of donors faces has potential, provides
+   public recognition of donations
+-  Web forms for project creation are comprehensive and well designed
+-  Crowdsourcing of extra skills ("non-economic donations") works well
+-  Donations are guaranteed by PayPal and Goteo, not pledged or
+   retractable
+-  Goteo staff are friendly and knowledgable, providing personal
+   guidance and assistance
+-  Many funding successes, including a few related to
+   [[http://goteo.org/project/bhoreal][hardware]],
+   [[http://goteo.org/project/smart-citizen-sensores-ciudadanos?lang=en][software]],
+   and [[http://goteo.org/project/protolab-movil][Hackerspaces]]
+
+Many of those benefits are obvious before launching a campaign. However,
+on the list of problems I experienced with the platform, most weren't
+discovered until the point of execution (orange = fix in progress):
+
+-  User-set passwords are automatically emailed in plain text after
+   registration (insecure)
+-  Rewards can't be customised, e.g. select t-shirt size
+-  Once a campaign is launched, no aspect can be edited directly (though
+   news can be added)
+-  The order of images for the campaign page is random - the first image
+   visitors see can't be specified
+-  The launch date of the campaign is chosen by Goteo administrators, it
+   can't be specified
+-  No markup is available for text formatting
+-  Pictures are limited and can't be placed between text to break up the
+   page
+-  There's a bug that causes double posting of news items
+-  Shipping for rewards is not configurable - international shipping
+   can't be billed
+-  The website is not mobile friendly (minimum page width is 940px)
+-  HTTPS is not available to donors for transferring personal details
+
+Besides that, I spotted a few opportunities for improvement:
+
+-  Send emails to people who didn't complete their donation ("abandoned
+   carts" - indiegogo does this)
+-  Allow managers to specify the content of social media messages
+
+#+CAPTION: Goteo's license on GitHub
+#+ATTR_HTML: :style max-width: 400px
+[[file:img/goteo-github-license.png]]
+
+
+Some of the problems listed are a real pain. Because I couldn't choose
+the launch date, and hadn't planned for an in-depth human review by
+Goteo, our project went public days later than I expected, at a time
+when I was travelling and without connectivity. Goteo's campaigns team
+is helpful and responsive however, and even in the last few weeks
+several translation problems have been fixed which I had previously
+reported. I'm confident that the other most serious issues will be
+addressed in a timely manner.
+
+In all, we took a gamble by using Goteo, but one that paid off. It's
+focus on communal work and rewards is unique amongst its competitors,
+and when it comes to copyleft licensing they stand alone in practicing
+what they preach. Nearly all the convenient features that you'd expect
+from more established platforms are included, together with a pleasant
+functional interface. Donations are worry-free for both donors and
+recipients (though I can't comment on the final transfer process until
+later next month).
+
+Best of all perhaps, staff at Goteo are knowledgable and supportive and
+have time to invest in making projects a success. And when launch day
+comes and you're expecting the unexpected, that's very reassuring.
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-                       <h2>Find us at FOSDEM</h2>
-                       <h5>Posted 27th January 2014 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
-                       <p>On Friday Werner and Sam are heading to <a href="https://fosdem.org/2014/" target="blank" rel="nofollow">FOSDEM</a>, the largest Free Software conference in Europe, along with many GnuPG hackers, users, and supporters. <a href="http://gnupg.totemapp.com/company" target="blank">Get in touch</a> if you'd like to talk about the existing or future campaigns while we're there.</p>
-
-                       <p>There won't be a GnuPG booth this year but, we shall be busy with meetings and mingling. Notes and contacts for us can be left at the <a href="https://fosdem.org/2014/stands/" title="Free Software Foundation Europe" target="blank">FSFE booth</a>.</p>
-
-                       <p>And don't forget that you're invited to the continent's biggest keysigning party, organised by FOSDEM volunteers. Today is the last opportunity to <a href="https://fosdem.org/2014/keysigning/" target="blank">submit your key</a>, which is necessary for participation. Get to it!.</p>
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 27th January 2014
+
+** Find us at FOSDEM
+
+#+CAPTION: Keysigning at FOSDEM
+[[file:img/keysigning-party-s.jpg]]
+
+On Friday Werner and Sam are heading to [[https://fosdem.org/2014/][FOSDEM]], the largest Free
+Software conference in Europe, along with many GnuPG hackers, users,
+and supporters. [[http://gnupg.totemapp.com/company][Get in touch]] if you'd like to talk about the existing
+or future campaigns while we're there.
+
+There won't be a GnuPG booth this year but, we shall be busy with
+meetings and mingling. Notes and contacts for us can be left at the
+[[https://fosdem.org/2014/stands/][FSFE booth]].
+
+And don't forget that you're invited to the continent's biggest
+keysigning party, organised by FOSDEM volunteers. Today is the last
+opportunity to [[https://fosdem.org/2014/keysigning/][submit your key]], which is necessary for
+participation. Get to it!.
+
+Bring your ideas. See you there.
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-                       <h2>Mission complete: campaign ends, closing stats</h2>
-                       <h5>Posted 6th February 2014 by Sam Tuke</h5>
-
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-                               <p>Today's donation totals</p>
-                       </div>
-
-                       <p>After 50 days of crowdfunding, the <a href="http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure" target="blank">GnuPG campaign</a> for new website and infrastructure will close tomorrow. That means rewards for backers can now be ordered and preparations for dispatch can begin. Here are the results so far:</p>
-
-                       <ul>
-                               <li>36.741 EUR raised out of 24.000 target</li>
-                               <li>1.081 people donated in support</li>
-                               <li>350 EUR Largest single donation</li>
-                               <li>33 EUR average donation</li>
-                               <li>365 Stickers claimed</li>
-                               <li>300 T-shirts claimed</li>
-                               <li>191 GnuPG email addresses claimed</li>
-                               <li>793 Additional Twitter followers (from 60)</li>
-                       </ul>
-
-                       <p>Goteo, the Free Software platform hosting the campaign, usually required two 40 day rounds of funding, but in our case we're ending early, after just 50 days. This will enable us to deliver the new site and GnuPG 2.1 faster, and is possible thanks to reaching our goal so quickly (in just 26 hours).</p>
-
-                       <p>We're currently preparing a system for collecting donor preferences for their rewards (sizes, addresses, etc.), so expect to be contacted in the next week or two if that includes you.</p>
-
-                       <p>Thanks again to all our backers for the overwhelming support that GnuPG has received!</p>
-
-               </div>
-
-<!-- End Content -->
-
-</td>
-<td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-  <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td class="frame-spacing">&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-</tbody>
-</table>
-</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-<td class="layout">&nbsp;</td>
-<td class="layout">
-<div class="frame-foot">
-       <table width="100%" summary="">
-               <col width="25%" /><col width="50%" /><col width="25%" />
-               <tr>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-               service are sponsered by</td>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-  <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-      <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-          height="40"/></a>
-  </td>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-</table>
-<br />
-
-<p>
-  <a class="img" href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer">
-    <img src="valid-xhtml10.png"
-        alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-    <img src="drm-info.png"
-        alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-        height="40" width="69" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-    <img src="pace.png"
-        alt="Peace!"
-        height="40" width="58" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://www.gnupg.org/share/site.css">
-    <img src="vcss.gif"
-        alt="Valid CSS!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-</p>
-
-<p id="footer-legal">
-  <a href="privacy-policy.en.html">Privacy Policy</a>
-</p>
-
-</div>
-</td>
-</tr>
-</tbody>
-</table>
-
-
-</body>
-</html>
diff --git a/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140206-crowdfunding-complete.org b/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140206-crowdfunding-complete.org
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+# Old blog post converted from HTML to ORG.
+#+STARTUP: showall
+#+AUTHOR: Sam Tuke
+#+DATE: 6th February 2014
+
+*** Mission complete: campaign ends, closing stats
+
+#+CAPTION: Today's donation totals
+[[file:img/funding-chart.png]]
+
+
+After 50 days of crowdfunding, the [[http://goteo.org/project/gnupg-new-website-and-infrastructure][GnuPG campaign]] for new website and
+infrastructure will close tomorrow. That means rewards for backers can
+now be ordered and preparations for dispatch can begin. Here are the
+results so far:
+
+-  36.741 EUR raised out of 24.000 target
+-  1.081 people donated in support
+-  350 EUR Largest single donation
+-  33 EUR average donation
+-  365 Stickers claimed
+-  300 T-shirts claimed
+-  191 GnuPG email addresses claimed
+-  793 Additional Twitter followers (from 60)
+
+Goteo, the Free Software platform hosting the campaign, usually required
+two 40 day rounds of funding, but in our case we're ending early, after
+just 50 days. This will enable us to deliver the new site and GnuPG 2.1
+faster, and is possible thanks to reaching our goal so quickly (in just
+26 hours).
+
+We're currently preparing a system for collecting donor preferences for
+their rewards (sizes, addresses, etc.), so expect to be contacted in the
+next week or two if that includes you.
+
+Thanks again to all our backers for the overwhelming support that GnuPG
+has received!
diff --git a/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140512-rewards-sent.html b/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140512-rewards-sent.html
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-<head>
-  <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
-  <title>TITLE - Blog - GnuPG</title>
-  <link href="site.css" rel="stylesheet" />
-</head>
-<body>
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-<col width="20%" /><col width="80%" />
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-  <col width="30%" /><col width="*" /><col width="30%" />
-  <col width="23" />
-<tbody>
-  <tr>
-    <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-    <td class="frame-head">
-      <a href="https://gnupg.org"
-         ><img src="logo-gnupg-light-purple-bg.png" alt="[GnuPG Logo]"
-               width="356" height="120" /></a></td>
-    <td class="frame-head">&nbsp;</td>
-    <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-  </tr>
-  <tr>
-    <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&middot; English &middot; &nbsp;</td>
-    <td class="frame-bottom-lang">&nbsp;</td>
-    <td class="frame-bottom-mirror">&nbsp;</td>
-    <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-  </tr>
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-</td>
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-       <tr>
-         <td class="frame-navb">Links
-           <ul class="frame-navb">
-             <li class="frame-navb"><a href="index.html">Blog</a></li>
-             <li class="frame-navb"><a href="/index.html">GnuPG</a></li>
-           </ul>
-         </td>
-         <td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-       </tr>
-       <tr>
-         <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-         <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
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-      </tbody>
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-
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-    <table class="frame" width="100%" summary="">
-      <col width="*" /><col width="23" />
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-         <td class="frame-cont">
-
-<!-- Begin Content -->
-
-<div class="entry">
-  <h2>Goteo Campaign: Preliminary Results</h2>
-  <h5>Posted May 12, 2014 by Werner</h5>
-
-<p>
-Here is a quick campaign status update: After the t-shirts arrived as
-expected the week after Eastern, Mechthilde, Michael, Penny, Rainer,
-and me met the other day at the FSFE office in Düsseldorf.  Due to
-Rainer’s excellent preparation we quickly folded, enveloped, and
-stamped about 300 t-shirts and snailed them.  Kudos to them for
-helping with this task.  There are still a few t-shirts we have not
-been able to sent because some of our contributors did not reply to
-several mails asking for missing address details, or the postmaster
-returned them due to faulty addresses.  If you expected a t-shirt and
-did not receive one, please contact me at accounts at GnuPG dot net.
-Most of the stickers have also been snailed but a few are still
-pending due to uncertain addresses.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-The main <a href="https://www.gnupg.org">GnuPG site</a> is now
-accessible via TLS and plain http access is redirected to the https
-address.  Strict Transport Security (HSTS) has also been enabled.  In
-the case of problems with TLS the site may still be accessed
-non-encrypted via
-<a href="http://www.tla-friendly.gnupg.org">http://www.tla-friendly.gnupg.org</a>.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-To accomplish another promise of the campaign, the website may now be
-accessed as TOR hidden service at
-<a href="http://ic6au7wa3f6naxjq.onion">http://ic6au7wa3f6naxjq.onion</a>. Being
-a well known and intentionally public site, it does not make much
-sense to have it as a hidden service.  However, if the site is to be
-accessed anyway via Tor we can avoid the extra TLS layer and and allow
-direct access.  Note that lists.gnupg.org and some other services are
-not available via an onion address.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Finally here are preliminary financial results of the campaign:
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Our contributors donated a total of 37270 Euro. Due to card and
-Paypal processing problems we actually received 36732 Euro.  The
-preliminary costs for running the campaign are 18590 Euros, so
-that 18142 Euro are available for the goals.  Here is an overview
-of the costs:
-</p>
-
-<table cellpadding="2" rules="groups" frame="hsides">
-
-
-<colgroup>
-<col  class="left" />
-
-<col  class="right" />
-</colgroup>
-<thead>
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">Goteo fee</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">2939</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">Paypal fees</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">1152</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">VAT</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">5212</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">Campaign manager</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">5390</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">300 t-shirts</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">1852</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">Envelopes + postage t-shirts</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">996</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">Rewards for helper</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">102</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">360 Stickers</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">342</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">Envelopes + postage sticker</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">210</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">Campaign server for 5 months</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">395</th>
-</tr>
-</thead>
-<tbody>
-<tr>
-<td class="left">&#xa0;</td>
-<td class="right">18590</td>
-</tr>
-</tbody>
-</table>
-<p>
-Due to missing or incomplete addresses or no response to our mails
-we could not ship about 80 stickers and 15 t-shirts.  I spend a
-substantial amount of time (at least 4 weeks) with direct campaign
-related tasks, which were not included in the original plan.  That
-plan explained how to spend the money:
-</p>
-
-<table cellpadding="2" rules="groups" frame="hsides">
-
-
-<colgroup>
-<col  class="left" />
-
-<col  class="right" />
-</colgroup>
-<thead>
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">New website</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">4054</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">New content</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">910</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">New website design</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">1435</th>
-</tr>
-
-<tr>
-<th scope="col" class="left">Releasing 2.1</th>
-<th scope="col" class="right">6000</th>
-</tr>
-</thead>
-<tbody>
-<tr>
-<td class="left">&#xa0;</td>
-<td class="right">12399</td>
-</tr>
-</tbody>
-</table>
-
-<p>
-The extra 5743 Euro we received will be used for general
-maintenance, to cover the unexpected time I had to spend on the
-campaign, and for some giveaways to long time GnuPG hackers.
-</p>
-
-<p>
-Thank you very much for all your help and please keep on
-supporting GnuPG.
-</p>
-
-</div>
-
-
-<!-- End Content -->
-
-</td>
-<td class="frame-right">&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td class="frame-bottom">&nbsp;</td>
-  <td class="frame-corner">&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td class="frame-spacing">&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-</tbody>
-</table>
-</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-<td class="layout">&nbsp;</td>
-<td class="layout">
-<div class="frame-foot">
-       <table width="100%" summary="">
-               <col width="25%" /><col width="50%" /><col width="25%" />
-               <tr>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-       <td>Technical resources for this<br />
-               service are sponsered by</td>
-       <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-<tr>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-  <td><a class="img" href="http://openit.de/">
-      <img src="logo-openit.png" alt="OpenIT" width="127"
-          height="40"/></a>
-  </td>
-  <td>&nbsp;</td>
-</tr>
-</table>
-<br />
-
-<p>
-  <a class="img" href="http://validator.w3.org/check/referer">
-    <img src="valid-xhtml10.png"
-        alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.drm.info/">
-    <img src="drm-info.png"
-        alt="Digital Respect for the Masses"
-        height="40" width="69" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/">
-    <img src="pace.png"
-        alt="Peace!"
-        height="40" width="58" /></a>
-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
-  <a class="img" href="http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://www.gnupg.org/share/site.css">
-    <img src="vcss.gif"
-        alt="Valid CSS!"
-        height="31" width="88" /></a>
-</p>
-
-<p id="footer-legal">
-  <a href="privacy-policy.en.html">Privacy Policy</a>
-</p>
-
-</div>
-</td>
-</tr>
-</tbody>
-</table>
-
-
-</body>
-</html>
diff --git a/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140512-rewards-sent.org b/misc/blog.gnupg.org/20140512-rewards-sent.org
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+# About Libgcrypt 1.6 performance
+#+AUTHOR: Werner
+#+DATE: 12th May 2014
+
+** Goteo Campaign: Preliminary Results
+
+   Here is a quick status update: The t-shirts arrived as expected the
+   week after Eastern.  Mechthilde, Michael, Penny, Rainer, and me met
+   the other day at the FSFE office in Düsseldorf and due Rainer's
+   excellent preparation we quickly folded, enveloped, and stamped
+   about 300 t-shirts and posted them.  Kudos to them for helping with
+   this task.  There are still a few t-shirts we have not been able to
+   sent because some of our contributors did not reply to several
+   mails asking for missing address details, or the postmaster
+   returned them due to faulty snail addresses.  If you expected a
+   t-shirt and did not received one, please contact me at accounts at
+   GnuPG dot net.  Most of the stickers have also been snailed but a
+   few are still pending due to uncertain addresses.
+
+   The main [[https://www.gnupg.org][GnuPG site]] is now accessible via TLS and plain http access
+   is redirected to the https address.  Strict Transport Security
+   (HSTS) has also been enabled.  In the case of problems with TLS the
+   site may still be accessed non-encrypted via
+   [[http://www.tla-friendly.gnupg.org]].
+
+   To accomplish another promise of the campaign, the GnuPG website may
+   now be accessed as TOR hidden service at
+   [[http://ic6au7wa3f6naxjq.onion]]. Being a well known and intentionally
+   public site, it does not make much sense to have it as a hidden
+   service but if the site is to be accessed anyway via Tor we can
+   avoid the extra TLS layer and and allow direct access.  Note that
+   lists.gnupg.org and some other services are not available via an
+   onion address.
+
+   Finally here are preliminary financial results of the campaign:
+
+    Our contributors donated a total of 37270 Euro. Due to card and
+    Paypal processing problems we actually received 36732 Euro.  The
+    preliminary costs for running the campaign are 18590 Euros, so
+    that 18142 Euro are available for the goals.  Here is an overview
+    of the costs:
+
+#+ATTR_HTML: :cellpadding 2
+    |                              |       |
+    |------------------------------+-------|
+    | Goteo fee                    |  2939 |
+    | Paypal fees                  |  1152 |
+    | VAT                          |  5212 |
+    | Campaign manager             |  5390 |
+    | 300 t-shirts                 |  1852 |
+    | Envelopes + postage t-shirts |   996 |
+    | Rewards for helper           |   102 |
+    | 360 Stickers                 |   342 |
+    | Envelopes + postage sticker  |   210 |
+    | Campaign server for 5 months |   395 |
+    |------------------------------+-------|
+    |                              | 18590 |
+    #+TBLFM: $LR2=vsum(@I..@II)
+    # (VAT computed after Goteo and Paypal fees from 32641)
+
+    Due to missing or incomplete addresses or no response to our mails
+    we could not ship about 80 stickers and 15 t-shirts.  I spend a
+    substantial amount of time (at least 4 weeks) with direct campaign
+    related tasks, which were not included in the original plan.  That
+    plan explained how to spend the money:
+
+#+ATTR_HTML: :cellpadding 2
+    |                    |       |
+    |--------------------+-------|
+    | New website        |  4054 |
+    | New content        |   910 |
+    | New website design |  1435 |
+    | Releasing 2.1      |  6000 |
+    |--------------------+-------|
+    |                    | 12399 |
+    #+TBLFM: $LR2=vsum(@I..@II)
+
+    The extra 5743 Euro we received will be used for general
+    maintenance, to cover the unexpected time I had to spend on the
+    campaign, and for some giveaways to long time GnuPG hackers.
+
+    Thank you very much for all your help and please keep on
+    supporting GnuPG.
index 915a3de..2091701 100644 (file)
@@ -208,6 +208,17 @@ if not available."
 ")))
 
 
+(defun gpgweb-fixup-blog (info)
+  "Fix up a a blog entry."
+  (goto-char (point-min))
+  (if (re-search-forward "^<h2 id=.*\n" nil t)
+    (insert "<p class=\"postdate\">Posted "
+            (car (plist-get info :date))
+            " by "
+            (car (plist-get info :author))
+            "</p>\n")))
+
+
 (defun gpgweb-insert-footer ()
   (goto-char (point-max))
   (insert "</div><!-- end content -->
@@ -245,7 +256,7 @@ if not available."
 ;;; - Insert header and footer
 ;;; - Insert "class=selected" into the active menu entry
 ;;; - Fixup sitemap.
-(defun gpgweb-postprocess-html (plist orgfile htmlfile)
+(defun gpgweb-postprocess-html (plist orgfile htmlfile blogmode)
   (let* ((visitingp (find-buffer-visiting htmlfile))
         (work-buffer (or visitingp (find-file-noselect htmlfile)))
          (committed-at (shell-command-to-string
@@ -258,6 +269,8 @@ if not available."
                ;; Insert header, menu, and footer.
                (gpgweb-insert-header title committed-at)
                (gpgweb-insert-menu fname-2)
+               (if blogmode
+                   (gpgweb-fixup-blog plist))
                (gpgweb-insert-footer)
 
                ; Fixup the sitemap
@@ -285,8 +298,26 @@ if not available."
 ;;; The publishing function used by the HTML exporter
 ;;;
 (defun gpgweb-org-to-html (plist filename pub-dir)
-  (gpgweb-postprocess-html plist filename
-                           (org-gpgweb-publish-to-html plist filename pub-dir)))
+  (gpgweb-postprocess-html plist
+                           filename
+                           (org-gpgweb-publish-to-html plist filename pub-dir)
+                           nil))
+
+
+;;;
+;;; The specialized publisher for the blog entries.
+;;;
+(defun gpgweb-render-blob ()
+  (interactive)
+  (let* ((extplist '(:language "en"
+                     :section-numbers nil
+                     :tags nil
+                     :with-toc nil))
+         (orgfile (buffer-file-name))
+         (plist (org-export-get-environment 'gpgweb nil extplist))
+         (htmlfile (org-gpgweb-export-to-html nil nil nil t extplist)))
+    (gpgweb-postprocess-html plist orgfile htmlfile t)))
+
 
 
 (defun gpgweb-upload ()
index d61756a..71afb88 100644 (file)
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
 #+SETUPFILE: "/home/wk/s/gnupg-doc/web/swdb.mac"
 
 
-# Org version 8 des not anymore expand macros in all places.  We use
+# Org version 8 does not anymore expand macros in all places.  We use
 # some ugly macros instead of the #+begin_example et al.
 
 #+macro: begin_example @@html:<pre class="example">@@
index 5810701..768844f 100644 (file)
@@ -132,27 +132,60 @@ img.people {
 }
 
 
-.correction
-{
-    color: #ff0000;
+/* The figure class is used by the blog entries.  We use display
+   to suppress the figure number inserted by org-mode. */
+.figure {
+    border: 1px solid #808080;
+    margin: 0 1em 0.5em 0.5em;
+    padding: 0.5em;
+    text-align: center;
 }
 
-div.entry-qotd P
-{
-  padding-left: 20%;
-  margin-bottom: 0;
+
+div.figure {
+    float: right;
+    margin-right:0 !important;
 }
 
-div.entry-qotd
-{
-  margin-bottom: 3%;
+.figure p {
+    margin: 0;
+    padding: 0.5em 0 0.2em 0;
+}
+
+.figure-number {
+  display: none !important;
 }
 
 
+
+.underline {
+    text-decoration: underline;
+}
+
 .example {
     overflow: auto;
 }
 
+.correction {
+    color: #ff0000;
+}
+
+
+.postdate {
+    font-weight: normal;
+    font-style: italic;
+}
+
+
+div.entry-qotd p {
+    padding-left: 20%;
+    margin-bottom: 0;
+}
+
+div.entry-qotd {
+    margin-bottom: 3%;
+}
+
 
 #kicker {
     padding-top: 5%;
@@ -484,7 +517,25 @@ span.sansserif {
 }
 
 
-/* Table stuff */
+/* Table related rules as used by org-mode. */
+
+.left {
+    margin-left: 0px;
+    margin-right: auto;
+    text-align: left;
+}
+
+.center {
+    margin-left: auto;
+    margin-right: auto;
+    text-align: center;
+}
+
+.right {
+    margin-left: auto;
+    margin-right: 0px;
+    text-align: right;
+}
 
 th.left {
     text-align:center;
@@ -607,5 +658,29 @@ td.right  {
 }
 
 
+.donation-progress {
+    border: solid 1px;
+    width: 100%;
+    height: 18px;
+    background-color: #ff0;
+}
+
+.donation-progress p {
+    position: relative;
+    font-size: 14px;
+    top: -18px;
+    left: 0;
+    margin-top: 0;
+    margin-left: 5px;
+    margin-right: 5px;
+    margin-bottom: 0;
+    padding-bottom: 2px;
+}
+
+.donation-progress-bar {
+    background-color: #0a0;
+}
+
+
 
-/* EOF */
\ No newline at end of file
+/* EOF */