Added new entry "preparing for launch"
authorSam Tuke <samtuke@owncloud.com>
Fri, 13 Dec 2013 12:59:11 +0000 (13:59 +0100)
committerSam Tuke <samtuke@owncloud.com>
Fri, 13 Dec 2013 12:59:11 +0000 (13:59 +0100)
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-  <h2 id="id-friends-tell-friends-they-love-gnupg"
-      >Friends tell friends they love GnuPG</h2>
-
-  <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>
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-  <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>
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-  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>
-
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-  <h2 id="id-securing-the-future-of-gpg"
-      >Securing the future of GPG</h2>
-  <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>
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-  <h2>New blog, first post</h2>
-
-  <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>
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-  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
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+                                                       <h2 id="id-preparing-for-launch">Preparing for launch</h2>
+                                                       
+                                                       <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>
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+                                                               <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>
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+                                                       <h2 id="id-friends-tell-friends-they-love-gnupg">Friends tell friends they love GnuPG</h2>
+                                                       
+                                                       <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>
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+                                               <div class="entry">
+                                               
+                                                       <h2 id="id-securing-the-future-of-gpg">Securing the future of GPG</h2>
+                                                       
+                                                       <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>
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+                                               
+                                                       <h2>New blog, first post</h2>
+                                                       
+                                                       <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>
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