Fri Dec 6 18:44:01 2002
On Fri, 6 Dec 2002 08:01:02 -0500 you wrote:
> Note that the OpenPGP standard doesn't like people to use any tag name
> they like ("info" in the above example).
from the man page for 1.2.1:
"Put the name value pair into the signature as notation data. name must
consist only of alphanumeric characters, digits or the underscore; the
first character must not be a digit."
> The standard asks that
> people who want to make up their own tags use a tag name like
> "email@example.com". You can use your email address for example,
> but the only important thing is that it has a '@' in there somewhere.
> 1.2.2 enforces this, by the way.
OK, no problem, but i hope, the man page will be updated too.
GPG-Key: 0x60F3882F / 0x76C65282