PGP/MIME use (was Re: META)

gnupg at gnupg at
Tue Jan 31 19:02:27 CET 2012

On 31/01/12 16:23, Steve wrote:

> You at least know that the person with that key is the author. That is some information. Should I still stop signing list mails? So far, I used to do that, because I though people then could check and if my key is signed by someone they know it's a lot of important information, right?

Unless there is an official policy against signing list mail I'd suggest
you continue doing whatever you want. I myself intend to.

IMO, if there's one place you should be able to sign email, it's the
GnuPG users mailing list. It's called dogfooding.

Mike Cardwell
OpenPGP Key    35BC AF1D 3AA2 1F84 3DC3  B0CF 70A5 F512 0018 461F
XMPP OTR Key   8924 B06A 7917 AAF3 DBB1  BF1B 295C 3C78 3EF1 46B4

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