On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 3:10 PM, Ben Reser <ben_at_reser.org> wrote:
> b) Sinsheim, Germany November 5th - 8th at ApacheCon EU 2012.
> I plan on organizing key signing at both events if there is sufficient
> people interested and there will be keys that need signing. Given the
> issue the SHA-1 issue described above and the key signing party
> options. Now might be a excellent time to generate a new key,
> especially if you're planning on attending one of those events.
> If you're interested in participating in something like that at one of
> those locations, please reply and indicate which location(s) you'll be
> available to attend and the dates you'll be available (since some
> people may not be available the whole time). Based on this
> information I'll try to coordinate something that hits the maximum
> number of people and generates the biggest web of trust.
> This is not just an opportunity for developers to sign each others
> keys but also an opportunity for some of our users to sign our keys
> and potentially enhance their trust of our signatures. So feel free
> to pass this information along to anyone that's interested.
This is coming up next week. FYI there is already a key signing event
scheduled as part of ApacheCon per the email they sent out earlier:
- Welcome Reception (Tuesday 6 November at 18:30)
- PGP Keysigning (Tuesday 6 November at the Welcome Reception)
If anyone wants to sign keys that can't make that let me know and we
can get together and do it. Otherwise, I'll abuse the already planned
key signing that the conference organizers have setup.
Received on 2012-10-29 21:41:44 CET