Being still a little unsure of the UI and complexity for configuring gcrypt on ssh servers, I thought I'd start today with the special case of gcrypt on rsync.net. Since rsync.net allows running some git commands, gcrypt can be used to make encrypted git repositories on it.
Here's the UI I came up with. It's complicated a bit by needing to explain the tradeoffs between the rsync and gcrypt special remotes.
This works fine, but I did not get a chance to add support for enabling existing gcrypt repos on rsync.net. Anyway, most of the changes to make this work will also make it easier to add general support for gcrypt on ssh servers.
Also spent a while fixing a bug in git-remote-gcrypt. Oddly
gpg --list-keys --fast-list --fingerprint does not show the fingerprints
of some keys.
Today's work was sponsored by Cloudier - Thomas Djärv.