[TriLUG] joining the TriLUG keyring
ksonney at gmail.com
Thu Nov 11 14:35:31 EST 2004
> OK, "friend-of-friend" makes some sense. I just don't completely grasp
> the concept of "how much" you should trust a GPG key or signature.
> Having read the GPG FAQs more than once, the trust metric still seems
> hazy. Or maybe I'm dense. Or perhaps trust is intrinsically a foggy
> thing. I have a nasty suspicion that the "dense" option is a likely
> scenario. ;-)
Trust is kind of a hazy concept, since trust is something you have to
define for yourself for the targeted user. I'd ahve a high trust
metric for someone I meet face to face with photo ID and have a
history with, and a low trust metric for someone I meet over IM and
trade keys with over lunch one day (nothing personal, fellow
> In any case, if theres a convenient (for you!) way to exchange key
> signatures, I'd like to do it.
I expect you have my work number - and I'm sure you have my home
number in your things. Give me a ring, and we'll establish idenity and
Obviously, something like this will only work for a pair of people
with a history.
-- Kevin Sonney
-- ksonney at gmail.com
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