Do you guys not make a keyring on biglumber,
or am I missing something?
Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu
Thu Mar 9 22:44:09 PST 2006
Just my opinion, but ...
I find that for small (<~=12 participants/keys) keysignings,
event/signing keyrings are of little to no advantage.
I find that for larger/large (>~=25 participants/keys) keysignings,
event/signing keyrings can be of moderate to great advantage.
Between Bay Area Debian (BAD) http://bad.debian.net/ meetings and the
San Francisco Bay Area keysigning list
(and also http://www.biglumber.com/) I think we've gotten pretty good
relative saturation of Intra-San Francisco Bay Area keysignings, so I
guestimated we'd probably have <12 participants/keys that would be
involved at the 2006-03-08 BAD meeting, so I opted not to create a
Biglumber event keyring.
Even for the BAD meeting that lined up with
LinuxWorld in San Francisco last year, where I expected potentially
pretty large crowd (I think we did have ~24, fairly large for a BAD
meeting, anyway), and created keyring for that event, we still only
ended up with 2 keys that got placed on the event keyring, even though
there were <~=11 keys involved among the signings.
Quoting Bill Woodcock:
> > > event also listed here:
> > > https://www.biglumber.com/x/web?ev=16619
> I haven't been to a BAD event before... Do you guys not make a keyring on
> biglumber, or am I missing something?
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