gpg keyring

MJ Ray mjr at phonecoop.coop
Sat Apr 14 21:25:59 UTC 2007


PaweĊ‚ Madej <nysander at quanteam.pl> wrote: [...]
> so my question is if the is any reason why some of you do not publish public 
> keys to some keyserver for example pgp.mit.edu or any other

Keyservers are horribly broken.  subkeys.pgp.mit.edu (or something
close to that) is better than most, but it's still more reliable to
put it on your web page or in a human-maintained keyring.

That reminds me... I'm still alive, so I should lengthen my key expiry.

Hope that explains,
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