Tue Dec 2 02:44:59 GMT 2003
of paper with your key id/finger print on it, and swap these. Then people
go home and they then contact you for your public key, which they can then
sign in the comfort of their own home. Alternately, if it's on a
keyserver, they could grab it from there, check the finger print you gave
them on paper and when they are convinced it's your key, then sign it, and
send it back encrypted and signed, for you to decrypt and import.
But, I may very well be wrong about this... I think this is good "talk"
material for a future CLUG though.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Clarke" <gadicath at yahoo.com>
To: "CLUG" <linux at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Monday, November 19, 2001 5:27 PM
> On Thursday's clug me and a few friends would like to get our
> gpg keys signed. Just wondering if there are many people coming that
> would be up for that. Anyways we'll be the 3 or so people, in a group
> looking lost and confused :)
> Don't tell me I'm burning the candle at both ends -- tell me where to
> get more wax!!
> David Clarke <gadicath at yahoo.com> | David Clarke <s3353950>
> GPG Fingerprint : 869B 53DD 5E80 E1F0 93F6 9871 0508 0296 5957 F723
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