Re: Keys [was: Success Installing Debian on Power Mac G3 oldworld]
--- Marko Kaiser <Marko.Kaiser@t-online.de> wrote:
> Claudux wrote:
> > Oups !!
> > Sorry Brian for the private message !
> > I forward to the list
> > -------- Message original --------
> > Sujet: Re: Success Installing Debian on Power Mac
> G3 oldworld.
> > Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 12:53:34 +0100
> > De: Claudux <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Répondre à: email@example.com
> > Pour: brian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Références:
> >> Hello from Brittany (France),
> > Claude
> Can you please upload your gpg key to a keyserver?
> It's annoying to read mails whose signature key
> cannot be retrieved from
> a keyserver.
> Kind regards,
sir, i don't know who you are writing to me or him.
but i don't have a clue what you are talking about.
i know people attach signatures to their emails.
but i assume you have to a registered developer to
get one. and even then you need certain conveniences.
such as a unix mail account at a fixed adress which
i cannot arrange. neither can i get my debian system
to deal with the public mail server (its very annoying
to me, but it appears there is nothing i can do,
there is no "free email" for the "free software"
operating systems, and there is no budget here to pay
for any services...)
but as far as I know signatures are not for peoples
comfort, they are there to screen impostors for those
who have an official role of some sort.
as far as what I or any unofficial parties to this
list say, IMHO it should be taken untrusted. (perhaps
that should go for officials too).
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