[Smaug] Crossposting and key signing

Phil White cerise at littlegreenmen.armory.com
Wed, 5 Jun 2002 19:40:14 -0700 (PDT)


I'm happy to hold it at the Armory (a couple of blocks from campus and
near a bus stop) 8)  Plenty of terminals abound for those who haven't
created keys yet.

-Phil/CERisE

Ignacio Solis spat forth:

> I just wanted to state my opinion that I don't like this crossposting.
> I know the subject can be relevant to both groups, but I still don't
> think it should be done. If somebody is interested, they can subscribe
> to both, I know a few of us are.
>
> Also, while I'm crossposting this message, I want a key signing party
> soon. Everybody stepped up to the plate last time but nothing happened.
> So if nobody steps up now I'll take over.
>
> I don't have the URL now, but I'm sure somebody will post it, just
> search if you need it now.
>
> Nacho's super quick and dirty procedure:
> - create key (for those that don't have one)
> - mail me key (or tell me where to get it)
> - print your fingerprint (or write it) on a piece of paper, or memorize
> it.
> - carry fingerprint with you (wallet/purse) and with your id.
> - bring id + fingerprint to party.
>
> Date: don't know yet.
> Real reason for key signing party: I'm going to Costa Rica at some point
> in the summer. The LUG in Costa Rica requested me to bring my chain with
> me to expand the reach of the debian (and others) trust circle.
>
> If someone who knows what they're doing better than me wants to take
> over, please do so, but _do_it_.
>
> Nacho
>
> P.S. If you want to exchange signatures come send me mail and come by my
> office Basking Engineering 399C, UCSC.
>
> --
> In theory, practice and theory are the same, but in practice they are
> different
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>