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Re: Can a developer sign my PGP key?



On Sun, Feb 15, 1998 at 11:27:39PM -0500, Igor Grobman wrote:

> THIS IS NOT THE WAY TO SIGN A KEY.  Sorry for shouting, but I really  
> think it's important :-). You should only sign a key if you met in    
> person, and verified your respective IDs (such as driver's licenses). 
> The last part is not necessary if you know the person closely.  When  
> you are signing a key, you are vouching for that person's identity.   
> Please don't take this lightly.                                       

You're right.  I mailed Will Lowe about why I don't want to do the driver's
license thing.  I'll see if some compromise satisfactory to both parties
can be reached.

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