@kushal this might appear petty (and it is a bit 🤷‍♀️), but does this mean that there is a codebase now beside openpgp.js that does not depend on w_rner k_ch's input/malvolence?

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@malte @kushal There are a bunch of OpenPGP implementations! There's even an interoperability test of some of them whose results you can see at tests.sequoia-pgp.org. (Relevant pgp implementations that are not yet tested are rpgp, and hopenpgp).

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