Sequoia PGP is more than just a reimplementation of an existing tool. The team behind it is rethinking tooling for the broader PGP ecosystem. Their innovative ideas are making PGP easier to use. I can’t wait to see Sequoia PGP be more broadly adopted.
The GnuPG command line tool
gpg is the most popular
implementation of the OpenPGP specification. The Sequoia PGP
project produces the corresponding
sq tool, and that tool is
very much in its early stages. In the long run, we want
sq to become
so capable it has a comparable feature set to
gpg. This blog post is
a comparison of what the two tools can do.