On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 2:43 PM, Jeremy Baron <jeremy(a)tuxmachine.com> wrote:
On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 10:23 PM, Matthew Walker
Please reset my 2 factor auto preference in the
My GPG key is available from the MIT keyserver . Establishment of
ownership of the Mwalker LDAP account by this email can occur via
gerrit , or the edit history of my user page on .
I'm not sure how any of that establishes anything?
I'm attempting to establish, I think the term is, a preponderance of truth
from less trusted authorities. Beyond this point though the argument
becomes silly; because if I own those accounts (and I do); I can submit, +2
things, deploy to the site (because I'm part of the deployment group), etc.
should probably get more signatures on my key...
anyone in the office want to sign it?)
The simplest option if you're in the office is to just tell an op in
person. (who can verify who you are because they know you)
I'm assuming that not all ops people know how to do this / or are willing
to find out. And not all opsens are located in the office. Additionally, we
submit SSH key revocation requests via email -- I'm just doing the same
thing in a public list because this a more public resource and I started
with the assumption that I didn't need a root to do this.
 redirects (somehow??) to another domain. Maybe
better to link
straight to the history page.
It's using #REDIRECT; you're correct though in that it should be a soft
redirect. I'd change it; but... I can't... :p