These are chat archives for miketheprogrammer/go-thrust

25th
Nov 2014
Michael Hernandez
@miketheprogrammer
Nov 25 2014 14:27
yo
Im thinking i should merge the restructuring branch today
ive been testing it out for quite some time and it works very well
Michael Hernandez
@miketheprogrammer
Nov 25 2014 15:21
@tehbilly Im working on a project using Go-Thrust for my company, we just started using pgp to encrypt sensitive info, and alot of people dont know how to use it, so im creating an application to make it easier and secure
like only decrypting to memory and destroying memory as soon as possible
William McGann
@tehbilly
Nov 25 2014 15:59
Oh that sounds like fun. And I haven't tried the restructuring branch, but what I looked over looks good. I say do it, dogfood it up. You'll notice issues working off of that, and so will others.
I'm hoping to wrap up my meetings soon. I am so damn tired of work right now. They did a database migration silently over the weekend and didn't update dns records/etc. And half of our stuff was pointing by IP anyways, which is bad and I didn't know existed, but omg.
Michael Hernandez
@miketheprogrammer
Nov 25 2014 17:11
damn
yea
Ill create a private repo if you want to see this project in action, its close to have the basic functionality done. It will work with any gmail account currently, as long as you have some messages with a PGP encrypted text in the body
gonna go get some food
Michael Hernandez
@miketheprogrammer
Nov 25 2014 17:17
its pretty sweet, it uses Go(martini, googleoauth, googlegmailapi) Frontend(bootstrap,underscore,jquery)
havent done the actual decryption part yet, trying to decide the best interface to use, I want to be able to support command line execution, as well as using the golang internal pgp from crypto
William McGann
@tehbilly
Nov 25 2014 19:18
martini noooo
Seriously, martini is bad, non-idiomatic, and slow. :(
Michael Hernandez
@miketheprogrammer
Nov 25 2014 20:16
oh
well its like used for 3 lines of code lol
so easy to replace
what would you recommend?