# Final work submission
- Differs from [original proposal](https://gitlab.com/J08nY/pgpmailman-proposal/blob/master/original.pdf)
- Done as a plugin for Mailman Core, instead of in-tree. [ref](https://mail.python.org/pipermail/mailman-developers/2017-March/026023.html)
- Plugin for Mailman Core.
- Enables creating a PGP mailing list, which has a list key, can receive and serve messages encrypted, can sign and receive signed messages from subscribers.
- Creates the `key` email command, which is used for per-address user key management.
- Subscription to a PGP enabled mailing list the subscribing address to send and confirm an address public key, which the moderator must verify.
- Somewhat confirms the user has possession of the appropriate private key to the one sent on subscription.
- Has per-list settings for encryption/signatures/what to do with non encrypted /non signed messages, etc..
- Optionally exposes a REST API for list configuration.
- Has local archivers which can store the messages encrypted by the list key.
- Stores list and address keys in configurable key directories.
- requires (currently not merged) MRs in Mailman Core
- [mailman/pipelines-dynamical-instantiation](https://gitlab.com/mailman/mailman/merge_requests/287), merged
- additional MR (not required)
- Required branches are merged and maintained at [J08nY/mailman/plugin](https://gitlab.com/J08nY/mailman/tree/plugin).
- To install, do `pip install mailman-pgp`, warning: it will pull in a development version of [Mailman Core](https://gitlab.com/J08nY/mailman/tree/plugin) and [PGPy](https://github.com/SecurityInnovation/PGPy).
- A Django app, uses django-mailman3 and mailmanclient, integrates well with Postorius and HyperKitty.
- Provides management of PGP enabled mailing lists to the list owner, and of PGP related subscription settings to the subscriber.
- requires (currently not merged) MRs in mailmanclient, django-mailman3, Postorius and HyperKitty
- Some screenshots:
- A plugin for Mailman Core that turned out to be unnecessary for the working of django-pgpmailman, but implemented a similar feature as this [MR](https://gitlab.com/mailman/mailman/merge_requests/264).
- This plugin sends the events (and some information about them) from Mailman Core to a list of configurable endpoints using JSON in HTTP POST requests.
## Other contributions
- [mailmanclient/split-sources](https://gitlab.com/mailman/mailmanclient/merge_requests/38), merged
- Many many PRs to [PGPy](https://github.com/SecurityInnovation/PGPy), a Python only implementation of OpenPGP. [19 PRs](https://github.com/SecurityInnovation/PGPy/pulls?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Apr%20author%3AJ08nY) and counting. As PGPy was not and still is not feature complete in regards to RFC4880 I found out many times that it's missing features/bugs broke mailman-pgp CI. It would not make sense fixing them locally, both from a software design perspective and open source software one aswell.