-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 There's a lot to be said for signing messages to lists like this. It makes impersonation way more difficult. It provides a visual reminder that "signing exists" and thus promotes the use of basic crypto tools. Also, if list archives contain /many/ specimens of your signature, that enables people to have /some/ limited confidence that it "really is your key" in the absence of direct personal contact or a trusted introducer.
On the downside, it makes denying that you wrote something all but impossible - "somebody stole my signing key and its pass phrase" is not what someone who is trying to avoid embarrassment would like to say. And the signatures annoy many people whose mail readers are not set up to interpret them - possibly the best reason of all. :o) On 09/20/2016 10:05 AM, Cecilia Tanaka wrote: > On Sep 20, 2016 8:46 AM, "John Newman" <j...@sigaint.org > <mailto:j...@sigaint.org>> wrote: >> >>> Sean Lynch: we already knew social skills weren't [Zen's] >>> strong suit. >> >>> Cecilia Tanaka: Zen will say you are "bullying". I [don't] care >>> about his opinion. >> >> Because you two do more than cry and use lots of useless words. >> >> Stupid fuckers. >> >> Bullies XD > > Hmm... Why are you using John Newman's name, please? I am a cute > "stupid fucker" and I really like him very much. This e-mail > address isn't his, dear, and his writing style is different... :P > > Answers in private, if you wish. Bullying kisses! :* > > Ceci > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.22 (GNU/Linux) iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJX4WYTAAoJEECU6c5XzmuqoGIH/2hyJTq2Gl1NzYI5ZOknopF/ wpaXuDU7G2ww1aQtbDFiSt3dDcDkKXJB3pl6ykCOZue7GVK6hAolkvaBJojpPDMF m9aG88bUQpb3ztpUcUSKMnueLGceDwazjMoVDLEohmT2Tn6O8Xq1M9d9Jb8QsDAt pQRG7fZexvbjn2RQ4eMuDOsKrRTM3PwJENQH0+xxAqi16IigWiS/lTyJYpv3h5Wx lQWmfqUxWSCOv2Ts8UOnqSBVIDjPG3Wh9bdeazc9QAwFjQjLj0WyIauL8BJsu8xk BjFIgwRikGcl1hRyWASGESygoUUE8kr4Vz+5fhxQAvTcZsv8HA5BRwWa8UqXWMU= =Rkjm -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----