iand at internetalchemy.org
Sat Feb 7 15:38:33 UTC 2004
On Saturday, February 7, 2004, 8:59:36 AM, Julian Bond wrote:
> Michael Brian Orr <mike at michael-brian-orr.net> wrote:
>>My question - I'd characterize it as such, rather than
>>an argument, 'cause I really am just beginning to try to
>>grok this stuff - is not whether it's wise to do a
>>stopgap. Actually I think the perfect solution (in terms
>>of authenticity) is important, but some ways off, and I
>>think your position of doing something "sub-optimal
>>but...in the right direction" is appropriate, in fact
> As a private individual, I can sign my foaf file and use Wot entries.
> As webmaster of Ecademy and generating foaf on behalf of others, I don't
> see how I can do this. I guess I could create a PGP key for
> webmaster at ecademy.com and then auto-generate signatures on the fly. Not
> sure this actually helps much.
You can sign them with Ecademy's key to prove that it was produced by
your service. That's useful to know.
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