keysigning parties

Robert J. Hansen rjh at
Thu Jul 14 06:43:50 CEST 2011

> Are you looking for information about how a keysigning party is run
> today?

If by "a" you mean "one particular," I have no objection: if by "a" you mean "in general," I object.  :)

There are techniques that focus on "let's get this over with as soon as possible, even if it requires copious prep ahead-of-time and special equipment like projectors," and techniques that focus on "well, this is largely an ad-hoc thing, so let's depend on as little special equipment as possible, and a simple system that everyone understands."  I think it's best to choose a method that fits your particular needs, and to err on the side of simplicity.

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