Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Signing off.
Re: Signing off.
From: Philip Stark <dungeon_master_at_bluewin.ch>
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 09:58:46 +0100
Oh come on... I meant fake names like john miller I think it is a
stupid solution as well, but I just thought of something to leave a
backdoor open for paranoid developers.
And I didn't meant
>> (snip) which doesn't have to be a bad thing...
because that sounds as I think this way, which I don't..
I could formulate the above better in this way: "which is not a bad
that suits it better
Am 14.03.2006 um 13:53 schrieb Stephan Seitz:
> On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 08:21:25PM +0100, Philip Stark wrote:
>> 2. Come back with a fake name... it's more your way, as you are
>> still anonymous but at least, you've got a real-sounding name
>> (probably the most suitable in this case)
> That's why I think, that all patches should be signed with PGP/
> GnuPG or X.509 certificates. And those keys should be signed by
> trusted CA authorities like CAcert.org or such (identity check
> against official documents, not only valid mail address).
>> 3. Come back with your Real name... it means obeying the rules,
>> which doesn't have to be a bad thing...
> Of course not, I mean, who would take a software seriously with
> credit contents like:
> Ford Prefect <mail>
> Goldfish <mail>
> Looks like script kiddie software, crack software or something else.
> Imagine movie credits with such lines.
> Of course you can have a nickname, and of course you can add it to
> the CREDITS file:
> Marc "Goldfish" Miller <mail>
> Such things you can see in serious credits (movies, games).
> Shade and sweet water!
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Received on 2006-03-15