signing + mailing lists
Wed Sep 19 20:13:01 2001
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Hello Gordon Worley,
On Wednesday, September 19 2001 at 08:26 AM PDT, you wrote:
> Well, before we get a full debate going, I still see it as not doing
> anyone any good. If you want to encourage the use of PGP (which you
> should), then do something like I do and put your key ID in your sig.
> People will see the funny numbers and letters and, after a while, get
> curious and check that PGP thing out. Same effect as signing
> everything, just without all the extra, useless bytes.
I believe having an actual signature present serves a better purpose if
you are looking to advertise the Product, not to mention the fact it
allows Users to verify your signature should they be so inclined.
As for "useless bytes", they are not of course and add but a neglible
amount of bytes to one's posting.
-=N.J. Andriash | Courtenay, B.C. Canada=-
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