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    I dropped docs/generated from the develop branch of keybase-python. Committing generated content felt wrong to me. If you want the generated doc output: make docs
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      @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!
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        @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.
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          @brianpugh I’m aces with pull requests! By all means dive in. The workflow I’m using is all documented in the README.md file. Basically: git-flow. I haven’t been pushing my feature/* branches but I could.
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            @brianpugh the keyring also ceases to exist when the Keybase key object ceases to exist.
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              @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.
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                @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.
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                  I have GnuPG completely connected to my @keybase Python module now! The encrypt() and sign() methods will be done soon.
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                    Driving the six year old nuts by discussing culinary techniques for preparing Pokemon. 😄
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                      No more SPDs. Image [photos.app.net]
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                        @annatarkov we'll survive because I'm well employed but it's not getting ahead in any huge way. You need to be DINK in The Valley to really get ahead on salary alone. // @berklee @spacekatgal @wickedgood
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                          @rabryst @patrickrhone @andrewthornton and there's a great video [m.youtube.com] to go along with it too!
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                            @annatarkov no lie: I'm super stressed about number three on the way. This wasn't in the plans and is going to necessitate some financial pain (we need to move for example). We'll adapt, adjust. // @berklee @spacekatgal @wickedgood
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                              @wickedgood oh I don't blame the day care centres! // @berklee @spacekatgal @annatarkov
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                                @berklee it's very North American. It was the same for us in Canada. Worse actually. She can do better tech writing here in Silicon Valley. // @annatarkov @spacekatgal @wickedgood
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                                  @berklee that's where we're at. Wife only makes about half of what I make doing tech writer work. And when she works most of the money is consumed by child care costs. // @spacekatgal @wickedgood @annatarkov
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                                    @button apparently it looks worse than it is, but it looks like hell.