local signatures: should they be importable by default in some cases?

Hauke Laging mailinglisten at hauke-laging.de
Tue Jun 22 20:03:30 CEST 2010

Am Dienstag 22 Juni 2010 19:29:32 schrieb David Shaw:

> That's one of the main uses for local signatures - the "I believe this key
>  is valid for me, but I'm not willing to say so in public for everyone"
>  case.  That might be because of privacy, or it might be because Charlie is
>  satisfied that the key is valid, but doesn't have enough proof to be
>  willing to have other people rely on that.  This case is actually quite
>  common.


Thanks for the explanation; this wasn't clear to me (too) before.

Doesn't it make sense to put this (or a hint where to find such an 
explanation) into the man page? :-)

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