Revelation / TODO

- string cleanups
- don't use modal dialogs unless absolutely necessary
- password strength check - build python-crack as part of revelation
- add import/export of PasswordSafe files
- add import/export of GPasMan files
- add import/export of zsafe files
- add export to clear-text (normal ASCII text)
- option for autolocking the file after a period of inactivity
- sorting of the tree
- update documentation
- monitor file for changes
- gnome panel applets (account lookup, password generator etc)
  - show complete account tree as a popup-submenu of the applet

- remove support for version 0 data files
- ensure complete UTF-8 support
- improve the file format
  - remove namespacing for field identifiers
  - add a unique id for each entry (md5sum or something)
  - xml namespace (can identify xml type in fd.o mime system)
  - sha-256 password hashing
  - 10k password hash iterations
  - add note / comment field to accounts
  - add remote desktop account type
  - clean up the account types
  - possibility for custom account types
  - add "note" entry type (large field for free-text data)
- file merging (union - this *really* need unique entry ids)
- accessibility improvements
- help / documentation
- internationalization
- translations
- add a dropdown widget for list fields (like email protocol etc)
- restructure the configuration layout
- recent docs
- use gnome_authentication_manager_init() from gnome-python when
- port to gtk+ 2.6 / gnome 2.10
  - gtk.AboutDialog
- HIG review

- attempt full HIG compliance
- misc polishing

- allow users to create custom account types

2.0.x: use gnome-keyring as backend?
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