I have mis-expressed the message in my 1st poll, also I have added Browserpass as requested by @guru.
- The current password service (gnome-keyring only) is fine as it is
- Support of Secret password manager via a service (for auto-fill)
- Support of Browserpass extension
old poll - closed
- The current password system is fine as it is
- It would be very interesting to integrate Secret with Gnome Web to manage passwords
Hello, as I said in another thread, we have 2 very good tools in Gnome / PureOS :
- Gnome Web (Epiphany) : for my personal use, it almost has the potential to replace Firefox
Secrets (ex-“Password Safe” password manager) : I find it very good, it does (almost) everything that KeepassXC offers (
.kdbxfile extension support, ID, passwords, notes, etc.) with the convenient adaptive window in addition
The problem is the process to enter ID & password fields in a daily experience (in my opinion) because they don’t work together. There was an attempt to propose this feature but it seems to be abandoned as of today.
Here is more or less the process based on what I remember from the Purism video (please correct me if I am wrong) :
1. open Gnome Web and go the a sign in webpage 2. Open Secrets and enter main password (and/or keyfile) 3. search for the desired web page 4. select the ID 5. long press 6. copy the ID 7. swipe from bottom screen 8. select Gnome Web 9. go to ID field 10. long press 11. paste the ID 12. swipe from bottom screen 13. select Secrets 14. select the password 15. long press 16. copy the password 17. swipe from bottom screen 18. select Gnome Web 19. go to the password field 20. long press 21. paste the password
This is for one webpage.
So I propose this poll to know what is your opinion. As I said, please no troll, both Gnome and Secrets teams are doing a really good job, and if we can show convincing statistics (well, I don’t expect many participants but you never know), we could show that there is a clear demand for this.
Thank you very much for participating or just reading !!!