Fri Aug 1 23:33:03 2003
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CL Gilbert wrote:
> gpg --list-sigs email@example.com
> what does the 3 mean in 'sig 3'?
That's the "certificate check level" as the man page calls it. See the
description of --default-cert-check-level for what the numbers are suggested
> I just imported yoru key from your asc file and its saying expired...
Really? In gpg or pgp? And had you previously imported the key from a
keyserver? As I figured out (slowly) and David just pointed out as well,
the expiration was from an old uid that was present on the keyserver but not
in the .asc file I've been distributing. If you see any uid's that have the
address firstname.lastname@example.org, then you have some cruft from the keyservers
that's causing the key to show as expired.
I've now revoked those uid's and uploaded the key to these keyservers:
Hopefully, that will propagate reasonably. If not, I'll send it to other
keyservers if and when I feel like spending more time futzing with the
Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xD654075A | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz/pgp
It's important that people know what you stand for. It's more important
that they know what you won't stand for.
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