On tor, 2005-08-25 at 15:20 +0100, Conall O'Brien wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 24, 2005 at 07:03:05PM IST, Colm MacCarthaigh =
> <colm at stdlib.net> incoherently babbled:
> > Sounds good, if it happens, I'll be there too. So if anyone wants to be
> > at most 2 PGP hops from any key used to sign Apache releases, there's an
> > incentive ;)
> I wouldn't mind my GPG key to be signed by a few people.
> > Also, if Conall can be persuaded there should be enough CAcert assurers
> > present to do something useful if anyone wants CAcert stuff/points. =
> Normally, I doesn't take much to coax me to go to a pub, but I =
> unfortunately can't make anything on Sept 11th, prior engagements on
> the 12th.
> I'm happy to bring a few CACert assurance forms to the SAGE-IE meeting
> on the 13th though. The SAGE-IE meeting is even better for CACert
> vouching though, David Malone and Andrew Barnes should also be there, so
> lots of CACert points are up for grabs...
Same for me, I'll be around and bring CACert and Thawte forms, if anyone
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