OneTime is a command-line encryption program that uses the one-time pad algorithm to allow two parties to communicate securely, without worrying about unauthorized people listening in. It compresses plaintext input to save pad, has features that assist with the bureaucracy of pad management, and comes with built-in help.
Re: Etiquitte (& a lame self-justification attempt)
Charles, thanks for your eloquent apology, that was a very standup thing to do.
Regarding the problems you apparently had trying Subversion, a couple of comments:
One, I don't know what version of Subversion ships with debian-unstable (packages.debian.org is down at the moment, so I can't check), but I'd be surprised if it's anywhere near our latest releases. We have a very regular schedule of frequent alpha releases, so we can get bugfixes out there as quickly as possible. Most OS package maintainers don't update as frequently as we release -- nor can one blame them, as it would be a lot of work. So if you want to try Subversion in its alpha stage, you really need to download a source tarball and compile.
Two, when you had problems with such basic operations, did you post to the email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org list describing the problem? We would surely have jumped all over such a fundamental bug... But I don't recall seeing such a report, at least not recently.