Managing the WoT with GPG

martin f krafft madduck at
Fri Jun 23 15:35:05 CEST 2017

also sprach Werner Koch <wk at> [2017-06-22 19:02 +0200]:
> For a key listing this means computing it for every listed key.  And the
> majority of frontends first do a key listing and show the validity of
> the keys before you can encrypt something.

Obviously, one could work with caching here…

Running --check-trustdb in the background once a day is doable, for

I guess what I'd really like is a way to run --update-trustdb just
for a specific key, and a way to do that automatically when using
a key, e.g. to verify or encrypt to…

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