[FOSDEM] Signing other people's keys with an new key?

Benjamin M. A'Lee bma-lists at subvert.org.uk
Tue Feb 10 22:36:00 CET 2009

On Mon, Feb 09, 2009 at 08:36:56PM +0100, Alexander Mikhailian wrote:
> Just after the keysigning party, I *accidentially* revoked the key that I used
> for the keysigning party.  (Sounds stupid enough to be true;-)
> Now, as a sign of courtesy, I can still sign the keys of the people I
> successfully authenticated during the keysigning party with a new key, without
> expecting them to sign my new key on the spot, of course.
> Any practical objection to that? What would the Web of Trust gurus say?

You've verified the keys, so I can't see any reason why you shouldn't
sign them. (Of course, we haven't verified yours, so can't sign it.)

Benjamin M. A'Lee || mail: bma at subvert.org.uk
web: http://subvert.org.uk/~bma/ || gpg: 0xBB6D2FA0
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