Policy URLs

David Shaw dshaw@jabberwocky.com
Fri Dec 6 14:28:02 2002

On Fri, Dec 06, 2002 at 01:17:35PM -0000, David Pic=F3n =C1lvarez wrote:
> Hi,
> > Note that the OpenPGP standard doesn't like people to use any tag nam=
> > they like ("info" in the above example).  The standard asks that
> > people who want to make up their own tags use a tag name like
> > "info@some.domain.com".  You can use your email address for example,
> > but the only important thing is that it has a '@' in there somewhere.
> So if I would want to set some notation data, I would have to use one o=
> this @ tags... There is not a tag, I suppose, to do what I wanted befor=
> which is saying that the key is compliant with this or the other signin=
> policy, is there?

No official tag, so you could make up your own.
"eleuteri+policy@myrealbox.com" perhaps.

However, if you're just making a policy, then use a policy URL.
That's what they are for.

> > 1.2.2 enforces this, by the way.
> Excuse me, but, is there a 1.2.2? I haven't seen the announcement.

Not yet. ;)


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