Re: [Debconf-discuss] using OpenPGP notations to indicate keysigning practices
Russ Allbery dijo [Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 06:23:31PM -0700]:
> > I will always challenge the "government-issued ID" due to the vastly
> > differing standards across the globe, but "travel document" is
> > actually a term that someone uttered earlier, which raises the bar a
> > lot higher.
> For example, I think US drivers' licenses are only verifiable by someone
> who's lived in that state or otherwise seen drivers' licenses from that
> state. I really dislike seeing people use them at key signings and
> would rather see people use passports. I suspect you're going to see a
> ton of them in the 2010 Debconf key signing, though, since a lot of
> people in the US simply never bother to get a passport.
Driving licenses are expressly not accepted as official ID documents
in Mexico, even if they are government-issued.
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