Right, you have to create your key and submit it to the organizers BEFORE the actual
keysigning meeting, so that
at the keysigning other people will have a copy of your public key fingerprint to compare
with the copy of your
key that they later download or get emailed to them.
So we should have a PGP meeting first, then a keysigning party the next month or
Here's my ancient slides on the topic, but if someone else wants to update this, feel
Using "caff" is a good idea:
On Fri, Jan 24, 2020 at 11:08:03AM -0500, Tim Keller via WLUG wrote:
> That would be a fantastic idea. I think part and parcel with doing the
> Keysigning should be a presentation on how to *actually* use the PGP key
> you've now created...
> How do you integrate your key into gmail / etc.
> On Fri, Jan 24, 2020 at 8:29 AM Gelman, Ian S. via WLUG <wlug(a)lists.wlug.org>
> > Hi everyone,
> > I keep noticing several encrypted emails flying back and forth on the WLUG
> > listserv. It occurred to me that we haven't done a PGP keysigning party in
> > a couple of years - maybe we're due for another? It could also be a way to
> > introduce some new student members to the group.