• I really need to..

    From Avon@21:1/101 to All on Wed Jun 27 11:52:18 2018
    update my PGP public key...

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  • From nristen@21:1/161 to Avon on Wed Jun 27 22:06:14 2018
    On 06/27/18, Avon said the following...

    update my PGP public key...

    Have you taken a look at Keybase.io yet?

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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to nristen on Thu Jun 28 16:17:14 2018
    On 06/27/18, nristen pondered and said...


    Have you taken a look at Keybase.io yet?

    Yes but to be honest I have done little with it so far. I think it's a very good idea and have been following the development of it for about 8-10 months now. You?

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  • From nristen@21:1/161 to Avon on Fri Jun 29 10:36:18 2018
    Have you taken a look at Keybase.io yet?

    Yes but to be honest I have done little with it so far. I think it's a very good idea and have been following the development of it for about 8-10 months now. You?

    Yes, I have installed the app on both my phone and laptop. My son and I use the chat feature. When I first heard about the project, some of my
    co-workers and I installed and "followed" each other but I have not done anymore with it since then. One of the areas that I believe would be cool would be integrating that product into other applications which would provide the benefit of encryption without a lot of development being required on the part of the application. For example if it were possible to integrate keybase.io's functionality into a BBS client so that netmail could be encrypted, I think that would be cool. Or another example would be
    integration into existing email clients. I was looking at a keybase plugin
    for the Chrome browser the other day and it appears that this might have been the beginnings of this. Maybe apam might be able to look at this possibility for his new bbs client (which I have yet to try).

    Karl
    keybase.io/nristen

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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to nristen on Sat Jun 30 09:43:48 2018
    On 06/29/18, nristen pondered and said...

    Yes, I have installed the app on both my phone and laptop. My son and I use the chat feature. When I first heard about the project, some of my co-workers and I installed and "followed" each other but I have not done anymore with it since then. One of the areas that I believe would be
    cool would be integrating that product into other applications which
    would provide the benefit of encryption without a lot of development
    being required on the part of the application. For example if it were possible to integrate keybase.io's functionality into a BBS client so
    that netmail could be encrypted, I think that would be cool. Or another example would be integration into existing email clients. I was looking at a keybase plugin for the Chrome browser the other day and it appears that this might have been the beginnings of this. Maybe apam might be able to look at this possibility for his new bbs client (which I have
    yet to try).

    We're thinking the same thing. I have some ideas also along the lines you mentioned so perhaps we can test some stuff together? Interested?

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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to nristen on Wed Jul 11 17:16:38 2018
    On 06/29/18, nristen pondered and said...

    Yes but to be honest I have done little with it so far. I think it's very good idea and have been following the development of it for abou 8-10 months now. You?

    Have not forgotten re tests etc. will be in touch in the coming days :)

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