keysigning ?= UIDsigning
Thu, 29 Jun 2000 09:31:48 +0200
* Chad Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> [000629 02:46]:
> ...but a fingerprint or keyid doesn't assert UID at all. So, when you're
> at a keysigning party, you should demand the UID as well?
Yes, you should.
> It'd be a shame to get plenty of signatures on a single-UID key and have
> your ISP go tits-up.
There's a better solution: Why you don't get a mail address
which you can use your whole life? There are much services
where you can get such an address, for example Hotmail.com
.-. Thomas Bader · email@example.com · http://www.t-bader.ch/ .-.
/`'\ Einen Unix-Shellaccount gibt es unter http://www.trash.net/ /`'\
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