a step in the right direction
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Tue Jan 16 02:17:01 CET 2018
> I would never allow my opinion of what are the "good places" and what
> are the "bad places" to enter into a technical discussion.
> (On immigration, or on security engineering).
I think you'll have a hard time convincing people that when speaking
about human rights activists in North Korea, it's somehow inappropriate
to say they're living in a bad place. Repressive governments are real
threats to human rights, and it doesn't do anyone any good to pretend
> Burning it down is not what I was advocating. I am advocating orderly
> evacuation and replacement of a system that has clearly outlived its
No, you're not.
Evacuation and replacement requires a replacement exists. The moment
you present an alternative that's running and working and stable, *then*
we can have a discussion about moving to the exits.
> EU legislation, among other things, will see to that. The times are
> changing, and nobody is free to keep serving publicly someone else's
> private information over the objections of the owner.
US keyservers are. The only thing EU regulations will do is end
keyservers in the EU.
The SKS community has been discussing a considerably worse nightmare
scenario for the past seven years. There have been a number of flawed
proposals made in that time period. Your time might be better spent
perusing the last seven years of sks-devel to learn what has already
been proposed and the flaws in each of them.
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