I got a comment mentioning it was a bad idea to lock the GNOME keyring on suspend and hibernate.
In 2-18 there was code added to unconditionally lock the keyring when we sleep, for security. This has the unfortunate side-effect of NetworkManager asking you for your WEP password when you resume (and probably disconnecting any network shares mounted over gnome-vfs).
I'm going to add a gconf variable in trunk, and possibly a configure option for 2-18 (as I agree it's annoying), but what should the default be? Is there any possible attack vector for not locking gnome-keyring?
Should this be in the UI? Users shouldn't really be touching gconf-editor...
Thanks for any help.