Thu Jun 12 03:14:02 2003
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- --- Ingo Klöcker <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday 10 June 2003 17:01, CL Gilbert wrote:
> > But I disagree that my trust levels would not benefit you. I
> > never give anyone complete trust unless they were someone I
> > personally like a co-worker or school-mate, neighbor, etc.
> > meeting at a key signing party is not enough. Hmm, but it
> > am using the trust model wrong. because knowing who someone is
> > not mean you trust them. Seems like something is missing here.
> > nice to give a confidence level on a signature. Anyway, I cant
> > giving anyone any level of trust unless I knew them personally.
> > Could you?
> Well, I gave those KDE developers that I met a few times on fairs
> we exchanged our fingerprints) marginal trust although I can't
> I know any of them personally. Furthermore I would probably also
> other well known Free Software developers some trust if I should
> personally exchange fingerprints with them. Of course one of them
> betray me but so could a co-worker or a school-mate. Only death
If you've met them personally, signed their key, and then they turn
around and betray you, then, all the better that you helped
establish non-repudiation for whatever they sign with their digital
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