Re: [openpgp] Deprecating compression support

ilf <ilf@zeromail.org> Sat, 23 March 2019 17:07 UTC

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Subject: Re: [openpgp] Deprecating compression support
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So can we change GnuPG to default-preference Uncompressed?

Jon Callas:
> To address your point, as I said in my long missive, you can do this 
> today. No changes are needed to the protocol. All you have to do is 
> put a compression preference on your key that says no compression, and 
> then you won’t get compression. (Well, to be completely correct, if 
> someone compresses then they’re non-compliant to the standard.) 
> Repeating myself, I support and encourage implementations to do that 
> by default.

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