On Thu, May 25, 2006 at 05:30:23PM +0200, Luca Capello wrote: > FYI, Martin's explanation is at , which passed on Planet Debian. > > Thx, bye, > Gismo / Luca > >  http://blog.madduck.net/geek/2006.05.24-tr-id-at-keysigning FWIW, I noted down those keys I would *not* sign and didn't tell the people at the KSP that I would not sign them. I guess his experiment "only one in ten said that they would *not* sign it" is moot unless he backs it up with the signatures he eventually got sent from those he showed a wrong ID to. That being said I (personally) already decided not to sign people that showed me something that was *not* a passport and noted that in my KSP paper page through it. Unfortunately, I'm not confindent in my ability to disntiguish forgeries so that means that people: - showing university cards - showing election votation cards (some from MX) - showing their country's ID card and not showing any passports or showing passports: - which were hand-written or which I could not really understand why they had "extended expiration" - with pictures which did not resemble the guy in front of me (beard, glasses, too young...) - which did not had the *same* spelling as the name in the key (letter by letter) will not get a signature from me. Regards Javier PS: Maybe some will understand *now* why it took me more time to check IDs than them.
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