@brianpugh check out: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/gitflow-users/nUldV_l7WH0 Looks like git-flow and remote branches maybe don’t play nice. So I guess PR against develop. I should set develop to be the default branch… Happy to have contribs!
@brianpugh hmm. Good question. I think with git-flow the right thing to do is to PR against a feature branch, not against develop. But let me dig in to that. I’m new to git-flow in a collaborative environment. I pushed the GPG connected code to develop.
@brianpugh my code is creating a private keyring with a single, public key in it: the public key associated with the Keybase user. So the encrypt() and verify_signature() methods will be simpler than what’s in gnupg — so there’s value added.
@brianpugh I’m using gnupg-python which calls out to the gpg binaries. I tried very hard this evening to get it working with PyCrypto but no dice — I just could not convert the PGP keys to RSA-friendly keys that PyCrypto would accept. Bummed about that.