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Re: Self-Introduction: David-Paul Niner

Karsten Wade wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-11-04 at 00:03 -0500, David-Paul Niner wrote:
>>Well, still no love -- just did a re-send and it bounced right back.
>>Any suggestions at this point would be greatly appreciated.
> One common problem we've seen is having the email address you are
> registering with and/or sending from not having a GPG uid.  I already
> discarded the earlier parts of this thread, so I don't have an example
> GPG key of yours to check, but here is mine for example:
> pub   1024D/AD0E0C41 2003-11-26
>       Key fingerprint = 2680 DBFD D968 3141 0115  5F1B D992 0E06 AD0E
> 0C41
> uid                  Karsten G. Wade (quaid|phig)
> <karsten karstenwade com>
> uid                  Karsten Wade <kwade redhat com>
> sub   1024g/C07806E8 2003-11-26
> The second uid for kwade redhat com was necessary before I could use
> this GPG key for the CLA process.  Otherwise, it got kicked back as
> invalid.
> Still, though, I'd figure the account you were sending from may not
> matter, since it's not a signed email being looked for but rather a
> signed CLA attached to an email.  Hmmm ...
> This page has our collected knowledge so far:
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/UsingGpg
> I'll be in #fedora-docs on irc.freenode.net early on Friday, if you come
> by you can also email me a copy of the signed CLA and I can see if I
> have any problems decrypting it with your public key.
> G'luck - Karsten

When I try to do the manual search for my key on pgp.mit.edu using
the instructions here:


The server responds immediately, and I can pick the correct key (it's
#1), but it times out while trying to fetch it.

Quite odd, indeed.

Goodnight and thank you,

David-Paul Niner, RHCE
Orange Park, Florida, United States
GPG Key ID: 0x106B54E3

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