so how do you get others to sign your key?
kurtc1972 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 01:51:39 CEST 2008
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kurt c wrote:
> Well dumb me has another question.
> When I looked at the listing of John's public key from a public key
> server, for example (John Clizbe, that is), I saw that he had all the
> other people's names listed with him, like Anthony Jones or Tony Jones
> or Robot CAs. I suppose these are the people or robots that have signed
> his key? Is this the so called web of trust? How do you get people to
> sign your key? And how do you get a certificate authority to sign your key?
Thanks David, Boris, Rick, and especially Kara for such a thorough
And sorry for anybody if I've been only sending replies to you that I
meant to send to the mailing list :P Stupid me, still clumsy with
And remember my name is Lawrence. This kurt account I created on a whim
to test Enigmail, so I just typed in some garbage, thinking that I'd
discard it later. But no, I'm enjoying this Enigmail.
And by the way, I live in Los Angeles. If anyone from here wants
key-signing, I'd love to participate.
Thank you all.
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