Sorry, I noticed this message just now. -- I was the one who expressed the
interest of getting the key signed before.
So *bring paper copies **of our signatures* to enable exchange is the only
thing need to get my key signed? -- I'm asking because if I come to
today's meeting, I have to get back home now, to grab my laptop (if that
paper copy is not enough and I also need to sign other people's key as
well), then head back downtown again. and I'm not too sure if my GPG key is
secure enough to be used & signed by other people. -- I.e., I was planning
to review it once I confirm a key signing date.
Can we host the key signing party in the next meeting please?
because going through the message trail, I did find one more person
requesting to be on the next meeting,
I should be able to attend the April 10th meeting though.
On Fri, Mar 9, 2018 at 9:45 PM, Christopher Browne via talk -
> On 9 March 2018 at 20:56, Rouben via talk <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hello everyone!
> > I’m a newbie to this list. The name is Rouben Tchakhmakhtchian; I’ve
> been a
> > Linux user since about 1998 (dabbled with it a bit before that). I’m
> > currently working at UofT in IT, and am still a die-hard open source
> > enthusiast.
> > I was wondering, does the GTALUG community still organize GPG key signing
> > events? If not, I would also like to know how much interest there would
> > in such an event.
> > Thanks in advance, and my apologies if this is an FAQ type post. I’d be
> > happy to RTFM if you kindly point me in the right direction. :)
> > Cheers and have a great weekend!
> It's not something that happens terribly frequently; a lot of people have
> over the years gotten their favoured keys signed, so there's not a
> continuous call for more.
> That said, someone did send out a note a couple or three weeks ago
> expressing interest, and it's certainly something that we could take a
> little while discussing and doing at our next meeting this coming
> People interested in getting keys signed should bring paper copies
> of their signatures to enable exchange.
> It may also be worth visiting BigLumber.com that collects keys of
> people interested in doing key exchanges.
> Some of the material there is pretty old, but I recognize some likely
> When confronted by a difficult problem, solve it by reducing it to the
> question, "How would the Lone Ranger handle this?"
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