Provided by: git-secret_0.2.3-1_all bug


       git-secret-tell - adds a person, who can access private data.


       git secret tell [-m] [-d dir] [emails]...


       git-secret-tell  receives  an email addresses as an input, searches for the gpg-key in the
       gpg´s homedir by these emails, then imports a person´s public key  into  the  git-secret´s
       inner  keychain. From this moment this person can encrypt new files with the keyring which
       contains their key. But they cannot decrypt the old files, which  were  already  encrypted
       without their key. They should be reencrypted with the new keyring by someone, who has the
       unencrypted files.

       Do not manually import secret key into git-secret. Anyways, it won´t work with any of  the
       secret-keys imported.


       -m  - takes your current `git config` as an identifier for the key.
       -d  - specifies `--homedir` option for the `gpg`, basically use this option if your store your keys in a custom location.
       -h  - shows help.


       Run man git-secret-tell to see this note.


       git-secret-init(1),         git-secret-add(1),                                    git-secret-hide(1),                                 git-secret-reveal(1),                           git-secret-killperson(1)