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[ale] GPG Key Party Followup



Well the search UI seems to be up on the 11371 port but I know I used 80
earlier today (as per the link below). Just now I searched for my key
and it didn't find it. My trust in this server is declining. This is no
way to handle a scheduled outage if that what it is...


On Fri, 2009-11-20 at 21:08 -0500, Tim Watts wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-11-20 at 20:21 -0500, Brandon Wood wrote:
> > I tried to same for the keyserver.ubuntu.com but it timed out. I need
> > to verify that url...
> > 
> I think the server got hosed this afternoon (not confirmed). I'm getting
> the same timeouts and wget returns the default apache server test page
> where earlier it returned the search page. Not good...
> 
> 
> > 
> > On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 1:30 AM, aaron <aaron at pd.org> wrote:
> >         Thanks to all the participants at the ALE
> >         GPG Key Signing Party!  Don't forget to hit
> >         the <http://keyserver.ubuntu.com> site soon
> >         (aka this weekend) and sign the keys on your
> >         lists.
> >         
> >         Also, huge thanks to Charles and Jeremy for
> >         presenting some great info and background.
> >         
> >         And if you had to miss the party this time,
> >         rest assured that we will be revisiting this
> >         topic again a few months down the road with
> >         a little more lengthy and in depth
> >         presentation.
> >         
> >         In the meanwhile there's nothing stopping
> >         anyone from making and using GPG keys outside
> >         of the meetings and asking fellow ALE'ers to
> >         sign them at ALE events  (like the ALE Ubuntu
> >         Install Fest this Saturday).
> >         
> >         We'll leave the general instructions posted
> >         for a while.  Only major change is that you
> >         would want to post your public keys directly
> >         with a public keyserver (like the one linked
> >         above) instead of sending them to the
> >         @wittsend.com address.
> >         
> >         Charles' excellent step by step directions for
> >         generating and storing keys is here:
> >         
> >         <http://ale.org/static_pages/gpgstepbystep.html
> >         
> >         ... and links to other info and such at ...
> >         <http://www.gnupg.org>
> >         
> >         peace
> >         aaron
> >         
> >         
> >         
> >         
> >         
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