Is there an easy way to know...?
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 19:31:54 CEST 2008
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John W. Moore III escribió:
> Faramir wrote:
>> When I began using GPG, I signed a few keys, until I learned about local
>> signatures... And I'd like to know how many public keys, signed by me,
>> So, is there a way to ask a keyserver about "keys signed by...."?
> Assuming that You did _not_ Upload these Keys to a Keyserver or return
Probably I eagerly uploaded them... I was really newbie at that time...
> If You did Upload the Key /after/ Signing [without notifying the Owner
> would be poor etiquette] then Your only way would be to use Jason's
> 'trace trust path' from Your Key to a specific Key. This requires You
> to know the specific Key ID. :-\
I declare myself guilty about that, and plea for mercy about my bad
etiquette... I was not aware about signature etiquette at that time...
What is "Jason's 'trace trust path'"?
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