Anyone know what became of the Gaim-E Project?

Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Tue Nov 4 23:34:35 CET 2008

> You could say, if when evaluating signed content you find any 
> of these failing, it's a clue to be even more prudent.  That 
> is, a strategy of teaching the prudence skill, and then adding:
> what are activators to be alert for?

This presupposes that (a) there exist a significant number of people who
are qualified to teach, and (b) there exists a large number of people
who want to learn.

I don't agree with either presupposition.  OpenPGP does not do what many
(most, it seems) of its users think it does; and many (most, it seems)
users are just fine with that state of ignorance.

You guys who are willing to put in the work, change your minds, think
critically?  You guys are angels.  Don't ever change.  I just wish you
weren't in the minority.

(The preceding is applicable to a lot of life, and not just OpenPGP.)

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