> I should mention it, but I actually bring my GPG key to every meeting;
> it's on my pilot. I'd love a port of GPG to the palm - it would make key
> management so much easier.
For an example how key signing parties are organised, see
I suppose this is a special case, though. Having a Trusted Third Party
available for signing doesn't happen every day ...
> Anyway; do you just need to pass around the 8-hex digit fingerprint, or
> what ? Colm, what's the story on letting people post multipart mails to
> the list (as that's what GPG/mutt post encrypted mails as).
IMNSHO sending signed email to lists is pretty useless.
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