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Re: testing my pgp/introducing myself

On Thu, 2006-05-04 at 19:15 -0500, Patrick W. Barnes wrote:

> It worked well.  To avoid the warning, one simply needs to grab the public key 
> from pgp.mit.edu, which is the expected behavior.  :-)

I guess I'm hoping for something easier than that.  I wish the GPG
support was smoother in all cases.  I really dig Evolution's signing and
encryption, but they all require a separate downloading of the public
key.  Lazy factor.

Missed opportunity at the last FUDCon for a keysigning.  Why don't we
care about those anymore?  Don't we need a strong web of trust for
Fedora keys to mean anything themselves?

Is there any way we can do keysigning parties not in person?  For
example ...

Okay, I started to write out a process that included pictures of
ourselves signed and encrypted and verified ... and it was crazier than

Anyone want to start a Fedora Keys SIG that works to get _everyone_ to
pause for a keysigning wherever two Fedorans meet in the meat?

- Karsten, aka AD0E0C41
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