Some people say longer keys are silly. I think they should be supported by gpg.

david at david at
Wed May 23 10:55:25 CEST 2012

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On 22/05/12 19:46, Kevin Kammer wrote:
> On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 08:26:14PM +0200 Also sprach Hauke Laging:
>> Given the frequency of this discussion and the amount of effort takes by the 
>> participants: Wouldn't it make sense to make this a FAQ entry?
> Honestly now, do you think having a FAQ entry stops this topic
> resurrecting every few months?  Either someone will take issue with
> what is said in the FAQ, or they (most likely) do not read it at all. 
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I think that there's so much stuff written  out there - so many books and papers - so I've
decided to bring one more web site into show. I've got all the books - I want the site for
beginners and pro's - to bring papers books anything they wish - also have a mailing list so
people can practice their skills - and most important have no deadd links on thesite which
so many other sites have!

I'm still playing with wiki's at the moment - I want something that shares the enthusiasm
the commitment - and the fun of cryptology - where any one can add their two pennies worth.
I have been thinking about it for years and now I've decided to do something positive! What
is  required is a focus point - trusted. Updated and contributed too.

It's finding the right wiki don't say mediawiki I installed it - and found I could not edit
anything - and it failed to recognise me! Oh well - back to the testing..........


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