Hello GCS, * GCS <email@example.com> [2004-04-27 23:06]: > > Will anyone around be available to meet at some Starbucks and sign my > > key? I can put it on a floppy and I have a Debian laptop; never done > > this, so I don't know the process. > You don't need any floppy nor laptop (especially not, who would trust > you that there's no hidden daemon recording every keystroke, possibly > the password on the secret part of a key?). > Create a GPG key, you have already done this as I read. Upload the > public part to any keyserver like pgp.mit.edu then search someone who > volunteers to sign your key and plan a meeting. [...] there is a good description of how to sign keys in the keysigning howto of the ldp. regards nico -- Nico Golde | firstname.lastname@example.org | 310777820@ICQ | email@example.com http://www.ngolde.de | GnuPG Key: http://www.ngolde.de/gpg/nico_golde.gpg Fingerprint | FF46 E565 5CC1 E2E5 3F69 C739 1D87 E549 7364 7CFF vim -c ":%s/^/WhfgTNabgureRIvzSUnpxreT-Tavba/|:%s/[R-T]/ /Ig|:normal ggVGg?"
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