[guardian-dev] SQLCipher for Android repo moved
Nathan of Guardian
nathan at guardianproject.info
Sat Jan 14 12:00:49 EST 2012
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As part of our efforts to consolidate our work on SQLCipher for
Android with our partners at Zetetic (creators of the original
SQLCipher for desktops, servers, iOS, etc), we have moved the
SQLCipher repo into a centralized "SQLCipher" organization on github.
We will also be refactoring the source code from:
info.guardianproject.* to net.sqlcipher.* in the next release.
The org contains all the various SQLCipher ports, projects, test
harness and more. HC and I are full team members on this repo still,
and are fully committed to supporting it moving forward. ICS/4.0
support will be out shortly.
In summary, SQLCipher represents the best case scenario for our little
team, in terms of bringing new security and privacy enhancing
technologies to market on open-source mobile platforms. Are role is as
an initial catalyst, which is then sustained by partners who have
vested interest and, most importantly, committed resources to ensure
sustainability of the effort.
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