[opensource] New PGP Key
Michael S. Yanovich
yanovich.1 at osu.edu
Wed Dec 15 02:15:44 EST 2010
1. I understand your concern. I would question it as well but I think by
volunteering to meet in person, especially to people I've met in person
before, should justify that this is really me. Plus I haven't physically
lost the password anywhere. I just have lost it somewhere in my brain so
until Sony starts using those devices it patented a while ago to read my
brain then I think my passphrase should be safe in my subconscious.
2. I agree we should reach out to the community and see if anyone else
would like to come to the PGP signing party. That is why I am going to
post this on the COLUG ( Central Ohio Linux User Group ) mailing list as
well and possibly on the COhPy ( Central Ohio Python User Group )
mailing list.I'm not sure the size of that mailing list but with the
recent activity I'm sure it's rather large.
On 12/15/2010 01:29 AM, Brian Swaney wrote:
> 1. Can you provide some proof that this is really Michael Yanovich I
> am speaking to, and not some evil person who hijacked his e-mail
> account? Whether or not the real Michael Yanovich would ever lose that
> kind of critical information, anybody in the would could generate an
> arbitrary key for that e-mail address, then spoof a message from him
> to the mailing list.
> 2. I do agree with with the suggestion; my PGP key doesn't have very
> many signatures right now, and it would be good to have a circle of
> more than 3 people asserting one another. It would also be nice if we
> can get people who are asserted from outside this one student
> organization. Incidentally, I believe January 13th is also the date I
> was going to talk about GIMP again.
> Brian Swaney
> Open Source Club at
> Ohio State University
> Website Administrator
> On 12/15/2010 12:50 AM, Michael S. Yanovich wrote:
>> I recently forgot my PGP passphrase and had to generate a new PGP key.
>> So many of you who already have my public will notice that it won't
>> match the current private/public key that was used to sign this message.
>> Don't freak out, this is really me. Hence, why I'm proposing that we
>> have a PGP signing party January 13th after our regularly scheduled
>> meeting. This way you can meet me in person and know that this is
>> actually me who created a new PGP key.
>> So what do you guys think? Any one up for having a PGP signing party
>> January 13th after our regularly scheduled meeting?
>> Opensource mailing list
>> Opensource at cse.ohio-state.edu
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