These Three Weeks
- TTXS: Works well
- Another hardware: Nucleo-32 STM32L432: https://www.gniibe.org/memo/development/ttxs/ttxs-hardware-another.html
- Chopstx port to STM32L432: Cortex-M4 (no FPU, no DSP yet), USB (almost same), USART (more features, not used)
- Change for STM32L432, ldscript, Makefile
- operation by keygrip: scdaemon part looks OK
- scdaemon: Added: KEYINFO [--list] command
- scdaemon: Testing PK* command with <40-char-keyid-which-is-considered-KEYGRIP>
- Bug fixes, including:
- GNU AWK 5.0 support: libgpg-error, gnupg
- Japanese Translation
- mostly off
- consider about using scdaemon's KEYGRIP operation by gpg-agent
These Three Weeks
- Investigated "Outlook Element" attachments and built a prototype in GpgOL to try to convert MAPI attachments to TNEF for transport. Did not work well. I could not find a way to get Outlook to autmatically parse the TNEF attachment of a crypto mail. So we would also need to implement parsing :-/
- Added draft encryption to GpgOL. Works nicely and unobtrusive. Needed a lot of hacks and special case handling though.
- Last week Kleopatra focus with a number of "normal" Kleopatra Usability Issues. Most noteworthy is that the "Key tree view" now has fully configurable columns. This solves a number of requests to modify the view.
- The usual community-work.
This week GpgOL focus:
- S/MIME Address book support (because it was on the roadmap for this summer)
- Try to make "Save As" work for opened crypto mails
- Look into open issues for GpgOL.
Last two week:
- Easter vacation
- Tried to do some work on osslsigncode to prepare for the token based certificate. Unfortunately got trapped in OpenSSL peculiarities.
- Finally started to work on gpg-signcode based on osslsigcode as reference.
- Read up parts of the OpenPGP WG bike shedding.
- Continue that work,
- Hoping that the token arrives this week.