encrypting to expired certificates

Hauke Laging mailinglisten at hauke-laging.de
Wed Sep 17 00:38:47 CEST 2014

Am Di 16.09.2014, 12:03:20 schrieb Doug Barton:
> On 9/16/14 11:53 AM, Hauke Laging wrote:
> > Am Di 16.09.2014, 10:31:00 schrieb Doug Barton:
> >> .... which further highlights that adding options to make life
> >> easier for people who don't understand what key expiry means, or
> >> how to manage it properly, is probably not a good idea. :)
> > 
> > What I want would make life easier mostly for the contacts of those
> > who don't manage their keys well.
> Yes, I think we all understand that.

I wonder why you made the above statement then.

> > Furthermore it seems proven to me now that even the elite of the
> > OpenPGP users "don't understand what key expiry means".
> I admire your determination to believe that you are the one who is
> right, and that everyone else is wrong. :)

I'm sorry if that is your impression. My impression is that we have seen 
that both opinions about the suitable interpretation are backed by 
several people. I.e. there is no concensus. And the majority of those 
who have commented supports my suggestion.

Crypto für alle: http://www.openpgp-schulungen.de/fuer/unterstuetzer/
OpenPGP: 7D82 FB9F D25A 2CE4 5241 6C37 BF4B 8EEF 1A57 1DF5
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