Re: The meat with multiple PGP subkeys

2003-06-18 Thread Stefan Kelm
David, A reasonable question would be Why don't all the PKS operators replace their server with SKS or something else?. I don't have a good answer to that. It's certainly been asked.[3] ...and has been answered a number of times. The thing is (and most people seem to forget about this now

Re: The meat with multiple PGP subkeys

2003-06-18 Thread David Shaw
On Wed, Jun 18, 2003 at 03:47:01PM +0200, Stefan Kelm wrote: David, A reasonable question would be Why don't all the PKS operators replace their server with SKS or something else?. I don't have a good answer to that. It's certainly been asked.[3] ...and has been answered a number of

Re: The meat with multiple PGP subkeys

2003-06-18 Thread martin f krafft
also sprach David Shaw [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2003.06.18.0240 +0200]: The problem is that the PKS keyserver was not written to handle keys with multiple subkeys. [snip] Thanks for the explanation. I didn't know about subkeys.pgp.net yet. Moreover, I second the belief that the keyservers must be