On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 03:52:04AM -0600, Brad Fanella via aur-general wrote:
> Frankly I'm not quite sure what that would prove. If I don't have a known
> signature on record, signing these emails doesn't do anything to verify my
> identity. To imply that I'm "ignoring requests" is a bit disingenuous when
> you consider that a PGP signature would change nothing here.
> All the best,
> Brad

Well, you could at least starting signing your mails with the next
email, even if it is a new GPG key. It's something that we expect from
TU-Applicants.. and I see no reason why you should excluded from this
expectation. That maybe sounds a little bit harsh, but in my opinion you
should re-apply on the normal way. I don't think there is a  contra against
re-applying like all others. I mean you were several years away, so I
don't think that 1-2 weeks on top of it will be bad.


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