OpenPGP sig notations - IANA registry vs. seen-in-the-wild

Daniel Kahn Gillmor dkg at
Tue Jan 26 06:00:15 CET 2010

On 01/25/2010 06:18 PM, Robin H. Johnson wrote:
> The RFC's describe the creation of a registry, but the most I can find
> is an empty one:
> ===
>  Signature Notation Data Subpackets
> ... Notations contain a user space that is completely unmanaged and an IETF space.
> ===
> 1. Are there ANY IETF-registered notations?
> 2. I'm also looking for seen-in-the-wild notations, esp. common ones.

does it count as seen-in-the-wild if i'm doing it myself?

I use lsigreason at for non-exportable
certifications that i make to keep a human-readable record of, say,
e-mail continuity without having actually done full identity checks.

These are good questions, and i'm interested in hearing what anyone else
has encountered.


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