I have just released Monkeysign 2.1.2. It turns out that the 2.1.0 Debian package had issues upgrading from 2.0.x. Unfortunately, in the 2.1.1 release process, I forgot to increment the internal version number (the one shown in --version), so I had to roll out a new release.

I consider 2.1.1 to be non-existent and 2.1.2 to be the latest Monkeysign release. I have also allowed myself some small non-critical changes, and will continue to do so until I am happy with the 2.1.x, so in effect, 2.1.x is not really branched off the 2.x branch just yet. I may, for example, ship the test suite directly with Monkeysign, complete the preferences panel and finalize GPG 2.1 support.

Monkeysign is a user-friendly tool to easily and securely exchange OpenPGP key certifications. See the homepage for more information.

As usual, to install Monkeysign, see the install documentation. If you are interested in contributing to the project, you can find more information in the new contributing section. Finally, see the usage section for more information about the new features of Monkeysign 2.1.x.

Sorry for the confusion, and happy hacking!