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In D15240#319994 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D15240#319994>, @McPain wrote: > What could you say about stuff that doesn't work without wallet but stubborn user always _refuses_ to create one? I would say that the computer should conform to the user's desires, not the other way around. :) Stuff that doesn't work with KWallet should be fixed. But the point would be moot if we create a default wallet in a more user-friendly manner... In D15240#320224 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D15240#320224>, @abetts wrote: > I can see this argument as very valuable. I have also been a little startled by setting this up when you first start using Plasma or create your first password. I have not seen this in other systems. I know also we care for security and transparency. Maybe we should reconsider the wizard and use a more automated approach. Thoughts? I would favor automatically creating a default wallet with the user's current password using a "good enough" cipher that we can hopefully all agree on. This would probably require changes to user-manager, or whatever it is that receives the string used for a new account's password. At the moment when a new user account is created, it would not only create the new user account, but it would also create a wallet using the same password. REPOSITORY R311 KWallet REVISION DETAIL https://phabricator.kde.org/D15240 To: McPain, #frameworks, ngraham Cc: ngraham, abetts, kde-frameworks-devel, michaelh, bruns