The repository for the docker image mentioned above is here: https://github.com/BrainBlasted/elementary-flatpak-writeas
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I agree about not wanting to have passwords in command line users' history, but I think supporting an optional password flag would be the simplest route. I'm thinking of the mysql client as an example, where you can supply -p without anything else and it'll interactively prompt for a password, or accept a password along with the flag if you want.
Aug 3 2019
One prerequisite I see for this is changing the authentication process. Currently the write.as cli asks for input in the form of the password, after you feed it a username. I'm not sure
if there's a way to provide that input from a GTK app. So, there are two options I can think of:
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Jan 11 2018
We'll be doing all native desktop apps, instead of using Electron.