Keyserver doesn't honour removed signatures
wk at gnupg.org
Thu Apr 16 15:31:10 CEST 2009
On Thu, 16 Apr 2009 15:13, dshaw at jabberwocky.com said:
> Not exactly. Usenet has delete :)
I bet not right away from the start; control messages were likely
introduced somewaht later. We would need to ask a graybeard to be sure
or look at the B-news sources. For the average user keyservers are
pretty young if at all existent. Thus we are in the same state as the
> NNTP would be ideal for it. Use the key fingerprint as the NNTP
> message-id field for IHAVE, and NNTP takes care of the distribution.
Which would also help to distribute revocations. A client running on a
server (e.g. your mail smarthost) could filter out revocation messages
for your keyring from a Usenet group and forward them to you. In fact
the client could do that automagically by looking on your mail traffic
to collect keyids.
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