FWIW: When I kicked of this thread I was not thinking of a "new OpenPGP"
but of long planned extensions and updates to an existing protocol.
Throwing everything over board and start from scratch should not be done
under the label of OpenPGP;
I very much agree. To be "OpenPGP" is to be at least *able* to be backwards
compatible with the current OpenPGP. Otherwise you are something new and
Stephen Paul Weber, @singpolyma
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