You can turn that off if you don't want to wait for them all to download. On 08/06/2014 01:19, Bill Cox wrote: > Well... I am not even signing mine yet! I'm still waiting for freaking > Thunderbird to finish downloading my 72K emails from gmail so I can install > the crypto plugin and get on with this... However, I suspect my general > clueless style of posting is just as good as a signature :-) > > > On Sat, Jun 7, 2014 at 5:13 PM, Kyle Marek <psppsn96@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >> Wow, I really messed up and forgot to sign the message... Well, below is >> the original content, but this time it resides in a signed message...... >> >> >> On 06/07/2014 04:58 PM, Kyle Marek wrote: >> >> Hello all of the current members of CipherShed. >> >> I have yet to introduce myself to the team as I was suggested to. My >> name is Kyle Marek, but I usually go by GigabyteProductions on the >> Internet, or GigabytePro for a service that doesn't allow the previous >> name. My location is in the USA. >> >> I have not had experience working with a public project or anything >> that was more than just a personal project of mine or teaching a friend of >> mine how to program with C++ and the Windows API. I understand the concepts >> behind most cryptography, and as much as i could learn about public key >> infrastructure, but I have not researched very far into specific algorithms >> or cryptographies. I would be happy to help with the project in any way I >> can, but because of my stated experience with specific cryptographic >> algorithms, my best field for the project would probably be general coding >> (such as memory management, interaction with the operating system, project >> structure), and support for Linux based systems since that is now my >> primary operating system. >> >> I hope I will be seen as of use to the project. My GNUPrivacyGuard >> public key tag is 0x464C300F. >> >> Sincerely, >> Kyle Marek >> >> ------------------------------ >> >> At the time of sending this message, I have not been contacted by any >> government official or worker regarding my participation in CipherShed or >> any related project. I have not been asked to supply any information to >> them that may be used to impersonate me nor have I been asked to aid the >> government or it's officials or workers in modifying part of CipherShed or >> any related project. I am not aware of any of my property or anything >> regarding me being bugged, searched, or compromised in any way. Anything >> that accepts GPG encryption or signing should have been cryptographically >> secured with my GPG key. >> >> >> > -- -- At the time of writing, no warrants have been served to me, nor am I under any legal compulsion concerning the CipherShed project. I do not know of any searches of seizures of my assets.
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