Posted on: 10/27/2006 11:34 AM
Seahorse 0.9.6 has been released:
WARNING: This is a development release.
Seahorse is a GNOME application for managing encryption keys and passwords. It also integrates with nautilus, gedit and other places for encryption/decryption operations.
Current work on seahorse is going into making encryption easier for end users to use and (where needed) comprehend.
Changes between 0.9.5 and 0.9.6:
* Manage gnome-keyring passwords through seahorse.
* Epiphany encryption plugin [Adam Schreiber, Jean-Fran=E7ois Rameau]
* Don't display duplicated UIDs after double clicking on a key.
* Displays an error when PGP keys to import are in the future.
* Added usability suggestions to SSH dialogs [Matthew Paul Thomas,
* No more 'error: success' dialogs [Adam Schreiber]
* Fix SSH crasher on X64 systems [Gustavo Carneiro]
* Better tracking of progress in progress dialog and bar
* Use GtkStatusbar instead of GnomeAppbar
* Quick UI review [Alan Horkan]
* Don't show seahorse context menu items on desktop items like
computer or trash [Gilles Dartiguelongue]
* Fix a bunch of crashers.
* Milo Casagrande (it)
* Ilkka Tuohela (fi)
[MD5 sum: 7f3033f0afe4cda74a1a978025c5409a]
* Bug reports are appreciated should be filed in the GNOME Bugzilla.