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A week ago I made some changes to the Encryption and Privacy Guide [1]
(EPG) that was going to spread out and categorize all the information
that you could possibly put into such a document.  Quaid gave me a
moment of pause when he said that we need to focus on Fedora-specific
information.

I agree and disagree at the same time.  I don't think we need to
reproduce a bunch of information that is already out there but I've also
been taught to not keep telling people to go somewhere else for information.

Here is what I propose...
In order to provide a comprehensive guide that covers privacy and
encryption that is available to Fedora I think we should cover in depth
the Fedora-specific information while providing a summary and alternate
paths for getting information for items that are more Linux-specific.

There is already non-Fedora-specific information in our Docs (like a
guide for using GPG [2}) that could be rolled into the EPG as a summary.
~ This would allow a guide that would be encompassing while not rewriting
the book on everything security.

Thoughts?

Eric



[1] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Drafts/CryptoGuide
{2] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/UsingGpg
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