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Signup page for Sep 20 BLU PGP/GnuPG keysigning meeting


I've updated the calendar page at

I plan on printing the check sheets at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, the day
before the meeting. So 6:00 pm is the official cutoff date.

We're using the List-based method for the keysigning. The scripts
that handle the signup sheet use the key server at

Bill Horne wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-08-21 at 12:12 -0400, John Abreau wrote:
>> The next BLU meeting is a PGP/GnuPG keysigning party. I've just
>> reset the signup list in preparation for the meeting.
>> In order to participate in the keysigning, you need to add your key
>> to the pre-printed check sheet that we'll be using at the meeting.
>> The page for registering your key is at
>> Procedural details of how we'll perform the keysigning are
>> available at
> John,
> Please list the keyserver this page checks for keys: anyone signing
> up at the last minute will need to have their key on the correct
> server.
> Also, please give the cut off date for signups, and let us know if
> this will an "Informal", "Hash", or "list" -based method party.
> Last, I'll be available to certify ID's as a Thawte Notary, for those
>  wanting "Evil Empire" compatibility. If anyone wants to use this 
> service, you'll need two government-issued ID's and a copy of each
> for me to keep. I'll waive my fee for the occasion.
> Bill Horne

John Abreau
IT Manager
Zuken USA
238 Littleton Rd., Suite 100
Westford, MA 01886
T: 978-392-1777            F: 978-692-4725
M: 978-764-8934
E: John.Abreau at  W:

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