Zimmermann: More Pie Please

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Re: Zimmermann: More Pie Please

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Nice report-- almost feel like I wasn't there. Guess we didn't attend many of the same sessions. It was good to hear about the others.

T'so and Tweedie on the kernel: worth it! And everything on XFree86 and KDE, also excellent.

Kudos to USENIX and the volunteers, regular boy (and girl) scouts: cheerful, thrifty and kind.

Re: Zimmermann: More Pie Please

Anonymous's picture

Drew Streib's new raw keyanalyze rankings for November are up.

Re: Zimmermann: More Pie Please

Anonymous's picture

mmmm, pie.

Re: Zimmermann: More Pie Please

Anonymous's picture

Looks like Brad Templeton wants more regular users to encrypt mail too. But will the proprietary mailers like M$ Outlook include it?

Re: Zimmermann: More Pie Please

Anonymous's picture

The Herbivore initiative is a standard for automagically exchanging key signatures in mail headers.

Re: Zimmermann: More Pie Please

Anonymous's picture

Thawte used to do PGP key signings based on email turnaround. They stopped about a year or two ago. They still (as far as I know) issue free S-MIME certs, including having a web-of-trust program for adding your name to the cert, rather than just your verfied email address.

Re: Zimmermann: More Pie Please

Anonymous's picture

Nice report--almost feel like I was there. Something along

the lines of Becker's talk seems like the basis for a good

article.

Re: Zimmermann: More Pie Please

Anonymous's picture

If that report makes you feel like you were there,

read Seth's.

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