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I'm back from the land of the Scots (Lots of scenery, loads of weather,
some sheep) and in Ireland, where I have marginally more connectivity
(and mobile phone reception) than in the Highlands :-)
Dublin keysigning event is looking like 8:00pm, Sunday 11th Sep, Long
Stone. I'm leaving on the morning of the 12th - apparently I'm expected
to turn up to work or something :-(
Galway keysigning event is looking like 8:00pm, Friday 9th Sep,
$someVenue. The sister is on her way from Galway as we speak, so when
she gets here later I'll ask her which venue is within appropriate
staggering/crawling distance from her house.
Limerick keysigning event is looking like 8:00pm, Tuesday 6th Sep, The
Hurlers (Dublin Road.)
It's really looking like I won't have time to get a Cork session in
(sorry!) but that doesn't mean that some nice ILUG member in Cork
couldn't organise one - or just head up to Limerick to join in with that
one? You'll all be made very welcome.
Required items (please feel free to correct / add items if I've missed
stuff or have not given sufficient information) are:
- Money (to purchase beer)
- Some government issued picture ID (passport, drivers licence)
- Your face (to match with the picture ID)
- Your e-mail address
- The key ID associated with the e-mail address.
- The keyserver where you maintain your key.
- Pen and paper (or electronic equivalent) on which to note other
people's details that you've verified so you can sign their keys when
you get home.
So, for example, I would bring:
- garethe at skynet.ie
- passport and drivers license with a photo that vaguely matches the
head attached to my shoulders.
Any comments about requiring more to verify identity / validate keys /
other types of signings (CA certs, etc.) please post to the list so that
everyone can know and noone has to be turned away disappointed.
Looking forward to meeting those of you I've met before and many people
I've not already met.
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