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9 November 2018
Protecting liberty by simplifying security
Recap: We’re building Fluidkeys to make it easy for teams to implement great security across their organisations.
We’ve decided to pin the price of Fluidkeys to the size of team, not on features.
We also plan to offer it for free or discounted to eligible NGOs / open source projects.
We then interviewed 4 people about how their currently using PGP in their organisations. We’re still trying to learn whether there’s value enough in Fluidkeys as a piece of software that “just makes PGP work”, or whether we need to make it do things like configure Git or Thunderbird / Enigmail for you too.
To test this we used some screenshots of how this could look.
Here’s how it could make using PGP in your team easier:
And here’s some of the other things it might configure (like Git, or Email):
Next week, I’m going to turn those sketches into a revised landing page, and measure see what draws peoples attention.
We’ve contacted a few teams to see if they’re up for testing it with us once it’s ready in a few weeks.
What it’ll do for you:
Do you want a go? Let me know! 🙌
See you next week!