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Rename `keybase revoke` to `keybase remove-key` #131

maxtaco opened this Issue Mar 11, 2014 · 3 comments


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maxtaco commented Mar 11, 2014

It's scary to call it revoking when we're not generating a PGP revocation certificate. See keybase/keybase-issues#133 for an example of a confusion here.

Thanks. Same thing for the dialog:

$ keybase revoke
warn: Loaded keys for thierry@keybase.io
warn: Key fingerprint: E536 BE85 3853 99D0 0B6F AA76 F1C5 16B3 C835 9753
warn: - Public key: found
warn: - Secret key: found
DANGER ZONE! Really revoke your key and cancel all signatures [y/N]

Okay I updated revoke.iced to alias to remove as well as changed the dialogue to DANGER ZONE! Really remove your key and cancel all signatures [y/N] (as well as the test function in user.iced). But all of this (prompt and cmd alias) is done in revoke.iced would it make sense to change the file to remove.iced then?

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