LDAP KeyServer Schemas
alan at balclutha.org
Tue Apr 1 01:34:02 CEST 2003
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Thank you very much for your reply. It indeed makes a lot of sense.
But it now begs the question of: why not just state that the keyserver
dialogue will be HTTP and consist of 'pks/add, POST, bla bla ...
Then it is entirely up to the implementors to get on with an HTTP server
front-end and any backend they desire??
GnuPG then doesn't have to support any other keyserver functionality
than is present in gpgkeys_hpk.c ...
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