Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder
Mon Jun 17 14:46:01 2002

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On Mon, 2002-06-17 at 14:19, William L Anderson wrote:
> This seems like a pretty naive question, but where do I find an
> appropriate keyserver on which to put public keys?
> For some reason no FAQs on gnupg or openpgp say anything about
> keyservers. I'll be happy to provide an appropriate entry, if it's

wwwkeys.* is in widespread use (* =3D=3D one of nl, pl, at, ch, de,
dk, cz, es, eu, uk,,, '' - though I believe not all
are good), the servers sync with each other.

BUT - most public keyservers have serious flaws:
 - they don't accept a key with a photoid
 - they corrupt a key with multiple subkeys

So actually everybody is waiting for newer keyservers to appear (though
I haven't heard much on this subject in the few months I've been
listening here)

-- vbi

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