Re: Proposed: gnome-keyring-manager

On Mon, 2004-07-19 at 20:13 +1000, Jeff Waugh wrote:
> (This is a thread-starter for the final module discussion before the release
> team reports back with a summary and proposal, which will aim to represent
> the consensus of the community. Please be kind to authors, and start totally
> new threads if there's a reason to shift off-topic.)
> Description:
>   GNOME Keyring Manager is an application that manages user password
>   keyrings (for gnome-keyring, included in GNOME 2.6).
> Proposal:

(This is my analysis of the documentation, wearing my GDP FL hat.  This
is not my opinion of the program or its appropriateness for inclusion in
the Gnome desktop.)

GNOME Keyring Manager has no documentation.  This may be suitable for
inclusion in the User Guide, though I'm worried that the User Guide is
getting unusably large.  At the very least, it should be mentioned in
the User Guide where keyrings are discussed for Nautilus.

At a brief glance, I didn't understand everything in g-k-m, so it's
definitely in need of some documentation love.  This will require the
assistance of people who understand gnome-keyring.  The program was
built largely by new volunteers as a gnome-love project.  Perhaps the
documentation could benefit from the same.


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