[kde-linux] [OT] new pgp key

g geleem at bellsouth.net
Tue Sep 29 09:47:49 BST 2009

Kevin Krammer wrote:

> Well, you sent the information about the change to a mailinglist but you did
> not include the revoked key not any information where to get it.

please excuse my understanding of revocation keys. it was my understanding
that such had to be used when removing key from a key issuing site and not
necessary from an individual.

as such, when i send a new key to someone who is in my key list, they have
ability to remove my old key.

as for sending information about change, there was a link included with a
unique 'subject:' that i set a filter for to centralize request.

if you did not see this post, how are you aware that i was using a new key?


peace out.



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