#keyoxide 0.4 has just launched! Small update but a huge increase in benefit for users 🎉
You can now add #omemo fingerprints to your #xmpp identity proofs and if the proof is verified, you'll get a QR code which automagically trusts your OMEMO keys upon scanning with the #conversations app!
Blog post with details and an example: https://yarmo.eu/post/keyoxide-xmpp-omemo
@technicallypossible you should put them in the same proof! The hardest challenge is to find the device-id for each device, not all clients make them obvious! Gajim requires the use of XML console and then carefully observing the logs.
In the proofs, multiple devices are separated by a ";" and I now realize this isn't mentioned in the guide…
@keyoxide thanks for the quick response. I'll go hunting for those device IDs and fingerprints 😄
@keyoxide another question: can I alter or remove existing notations from my key? Imagine I wanted to add another omemo key in the future for a device I don't yet own. Or I lose my phone and want to "revoke" my phone's omemo key.
@technicallypossible yes, very easy to do! You'll find a guide on the website on how to remove a proof. Then simply add the new modified version and voila!
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