cannewilson at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 27 18:23:10 UTC 2009
On Monday 27 July 2009 18:50:16 g wrote:
> Anne Wilson wrote:
> > It seems that now you have to mark a key as 'Ultimately Trusted' before
> > you can encrypt with it.
> > This feels totally wrong to me, but there's nothing I can do about it.
> i agree. but i guess that is one of pleasures of authoring a program, you
> have the right to change what you want when you want, even if it is just
> to keep users on their toes. :)
I could always raise a bug report, but when it comes down to it, I'm finding
it hard to express why I think that I'm right and they're wrong. I just feel
that Ultimate should be reserved for your own key and ones that you have
properly verified. Yes, I've seen the argument that the passports I checked
could have been forged, but they had been inspected by immigration, so I'm not
going to worry about that :-)
> glad you got it worked out. now you can sleep even better tonight.
I hate mysteries. Even when it's something that doesn't stop me working, it
really does bug me until I've sorted it. :-)
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