dshaw at jabberwocky.com
Thu Nov 13 16:29:14 CET 2003
On Thu, Nov 13, 2003 at 09:02:41PM +0000, Neil Williams wrote:
> > While the key may still be valid, the expired signature is not the
> > reason. An expired signature is not counted in the web of trust.
> > Check if there is another signature on the key in question that is
> (Been away, hence the time-lag).
> Yes, there is just one. (An old sig that didn't use the 1,2 or 3 trust
> indication - is that why it's got no expiry?) It's the only sig, apart from
> self-sigs, that is still unlimited expiry.
No. Expiry is unrelated to the trust indication.
> > Sure, just try and sign it again. You should get a:
> > Your current signature on "(whoever)" has expired.
> > Do you want to issue a new signature to replace the expired one? (y/N)
> No, I'm still getting:
> already signed by key 28BCB3E3
> Nothing to sign with key 28BCB3E3
Upgrade ;) That feature was added in 1.2.2.
> What will happen if I send this key to a keyserver?
It should take it. You'll probably end up with both signatures being
> What will happen if I refresh this key from a keyserver?
You'll probably end up with both signatures being present. Of course,
only the unexpired one will count.
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