Wed Jul 2 18:27:03 2003
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David Shaw wrote:
| On Wed, Jul 02, 2003 at 06:57:54AM -0400, CL Gilbert wrote:
|>actually the old signature is not deleted. nothing is ever deleted.
|>adding a new signature adds a new expiration date. but I suppose if the
|>*sigining key* expires you are SOL.
| This is not correct. The old self-signature is indeed deleted. You
| are probably thinking of keyservers, which keep the old self-sigs
yes, when I DL the key, I will see all the signatures.
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