[openskills-dev] keyserver woes

Jocelyn Habib admin at magaltavor.com
Mon Jun 13 11:49:37 BST 2005


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Bruce Badger wrote:

> On Thu, 2005-06-09 at 21:07 +1000, Bruce Badger wrote:
>
>> I suppose OpenSKills really should have it's own key server -
>> another item on the list of things to do.
>
>
> Sorry for replying to my own post, but I wanted to keep this in the
> thread.
>
> It struck me that we could have an openskills.org hostname that we
> then pointed to the key server that we currently wanted to use.
> For axample:
>
> keyserver.openskills.org could point to pgp.mit.edu
>
> I know this will work, but are there any legal or politeness issues
> that we would need to address first?
>
> If we can do this then we will have a consistent name for the
> "OpenSkills key server", and can transition from one key server to
> another without having to get every member to make a change too.
> And when we do host our own key server the transition should be
> transparent to the OpenSkills members and systems.
>
> What do you think?
>
> All the best, Bruce

can we make our own machine setup from scratch ,good reliable and
secure one.

Thank you
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