Re: Things we should know about PGP
On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 07:36:14PM +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> And why do we need this? We could notarized emails + use or computer
> readable ID cards, anyway, this in addition won't make mailing list
> mails more true or less true. There's more untruth for notarized papers
> than for non-notarized papers. Why should things become better with
> openPGP signing?
I can't recall anyone arguing that it would improve the quality of discourse.
All it does is help to prove who wrote what. Some see value in that, others do
> Again, I don't care, even if I would see cryptic lines at the bottom of
> my mails, but IMO we should avoid photos as thumbnails, PGP, HTML.
You are entitled to that opinion ☺