#2176 "How Hacking Works"
If only somebody had warned them that the world would roll them like this.
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I maintain that it was stupid to allow html in emails.
They should have come up with a bbcode or markdown-like alternative
The OpenPGP keyserver network is at risk of collapse. https://gist.github.com/rjhansen/67ab921ffb4084c865b3618d6955275f
I've been using OpenPGP for a long time now; at $lastjob I signed 99% of all my outgoing email, for example. I do not now, and never have, used the "web of trust". I directly manually verify every key I have in my keystore. If someone else signs my key for me, I thank them and keep the email, but don't publish the results. (With one exception for a period where it was looking like I'd have to become a Debian contributor).
I've phone up organisations and asked for their key fingerprints (yes, including CERTs). I've printed my fingerprints on business cards. I've used keys from the keyservers, to communicate with people that I know but don't happen to have the current key for.
I have never trusted someone elses' signature on a key, because I don't know if they have the same standards as I do.
"Ever since the demise of Google+, many developers have expressed a desire to have a service that would provide a way to create and manage content in a format that would be more rich and easier to access than email messages sent to LKML. Today, we would like to introduce people.kernel.org, which is an ActivityPub-enabled federated platform powered by WriteFreely and hosted by very nice and accommodating folks at write.as."