sPaste|source - a secure, open source, pastebin

A few months ago, I found myself with a frequent itch at work.  Often I needed to send sensitive information such as access credentials to co-workers and clients.  Obviously email isn't an acceptable way to send this information, but anything much more complex than email overly frustrates who ever I am sending information to.

My solution to this problem was to create a new site called sPaste.  sPaste is a secure pastebin where small snippets of text can be easily submitted, secured, and sent to other people.

At a personal level, sPaste was great success.  sPaste took me less than 40 hours to write (thanks to the magic of Django and jQuery) and it perfectly meet my needs.  Unfortunately in its existing form, it could never really be useful to most other people.  Since sPaste is running on my server, anybody using sPaste would have to trust that I'm not doing anything evil with their data.  Accordingly, for the past couple of weeks I've been working on cleaning things up and putting together an open source release.

Today I finally finished that work and have released sPaste|source.  sPaste|source is a ready to go site, based on Django, which gives all of the features an functionality of on your own server.  Simply grab the source, set it up like any other full Django project, and you will be ready to go.

Check it out!  Feedback and comments are always welcome.