On Fri, May 26, 2006 at 09:52:48AM +0200, Tollef Fog Heen wrote: > Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña wrote: > > >and not showing any passports or showing passports: > > [...] > > >- which did not had the *same* spelling as the name in the key (letter by > > letter) > > > >will not get a signature from me. (...) > The rule has to be applied with caution, I would be uncomfortable > signing somebody's key where I didn't know about them beforehand and > their name on the key and passport was a complete miss. I didn't want to imply this was a "best practices" rule. It's just my *personal* rule for KSP when encountering people I haven't seen/met before . Feel free to use it or drop it, that's your choice. Either case, It's your deccision to enforce whatever additional rules you want to to ID checks at KSP. I think I even heard somebody that said that whenever he goes to a KSP he doesn't sign the key, but waits until he meets him again (with the same fingerprint) in *a different* KSP. That's when he signs it. For me, this rule does make sense too (although I don't use it myself) Regards Javier  I actually did not enforce this when I was new to KSP but added the rule later on after having uncomfortable experiences in some.
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