WKD for GitHub pages
daniele at grinta.net
Wed Jan 13 09:42:54 CET 2021
On 12/01/2021 23:30, Stefan Claas wrote:
> The reason why I like also the option for, let's say github.io pages
> is that, like I have shown in the whole thread that a very well known
> site like GitHub, with it's millions of software developes allows one
> to host, via WKD, a mutli-purpose usage public-key without revealing
> to much details.
I still don't understand why you insist on WKD when it seems to do not
support your use case, nor to offer any advantage over a simpler
wget -O- https://sac001.github.io/foobar.asc | gpg --import
given that the relation between the identifiers
"stefan at sac001.github.io" or "https://sac001.github.io/foobar.asc" and
the key you are retrieving is the same, ie none.
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