LFS Package GPG Signature
archaic at indy.rr.com
Mon Jun 7 04:45:28 PDT 2004
On Mon, Jun 07, 2004 at 09:45:57AM +0200, Ronald Hummelink wrote:
> IMHO this is very damn normal way to get the public key from someone,
> the LFS book doesn't mention a lot of things with this very reason.
It is common practice to mention on a web site how to get a public key.
There is nothing wrong with having a page for it and a link in the book.
"...The Bill of Rights is a literal and absolute document. The First
Amendment doesn't say you have a right to speak out unless the
government has a 'compelling interest' in censoring the Internet. The
Second Amendment doesn't say you have the right to keep and bear arms
until some madman plants a bomb. The Fourth Amendment doesn't say you
have the right to be secure from search and seizure unless some FBI
agent thinks you fit the profile of a terrorist. The government has no
right to interfere with any of these freedoms under any circumstances."
- Harry Browne, 1996 USA presidential candidate, Libertarian Party
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