Managing the WoT with GPG

martin f krafft madduck at
Thu Jun 22 15:34:59 CEST 2017

also sprach Andrew Gallagher <andrewg at> [2017-06-21 15:57 +0200]:
> I have a quick and dirty tool here:

Yeah, that'll do the job, except it blindly overwrites changes made
locally. It's unlikely this happens, but say I declared your key
trustworthy last night at home, forgot to run sync, and
not-trustworthy this morning at the office (sorry, this is just
a silly example…), and then ran sync, your key would be trustworthy

On the other hand, it'd be totally possible to export ownertrust
prior to the import, and then fire up vimdiff or the like on the two
versions. Not exactly a great UID at all.

It'd be better if trustdb would be journalled using a mergeable

And then again, something like jetring is far beyond overkill for
day-to-day usage…


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