[sword-devel] drm

Hugo van der Kooij sword-devel@crosswire.org
Wed Apr 21 08:45:40 MST 2004


On Wed, 21 Apr 2004, Kahunapule Michael P. Johnson wrote:

> Seriously, most people don't have a gpg key. Only a very small
> minority of people care enough about authentication and/or privacy to
> learn how to use PGP or Gnu Privacy Guard. These programs are not user
> friendly enough to enter the main stream. I only have one person who
> sends me OpenPGP encrypted email regularly, and to whom I send OpenPGP
> encrypted email regularly. He is highly motivated to use this
> unfriendly encryption, because of some of his tales about people who
> preach the Gospel to Muslims could get some of his friends killed if
> it leaked to the wrong hands. Even my GPG signature on this email
> probably won't verify, because this mailing list does weird things to
> line breaks and white space.

I must correct you here. The mailinglist does not do a thing with the
content. If something odd happens it must be at another stage.

gpg is pretty standard on just about any linux distribution. And if you do
not like to do commandline stuff it can be intergrated in just about any
MUA and there are frontend tools if you happen to like clicking more.

> --[PinePGP]-----------------------------------------------------------
> gpg: Signature made Wed 21 Apr 2004 04:37:05 CEST using DSA key ID 17D747BB
> gpg: Good signature from "Michael Paul Johnson <mpj@ebible.org>"
> gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
> gpg:          There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.
> Primary key fingerprint: 28AE B775 DD65 62C7 0717  ECDA 448F E0C7 17D7 47BB
> --[PinePGP]----------------------------------------------------[end]--

The messages verified properly. So do not blame the list here.


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