XSF logo XSF Discussion - 2014-03-08


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  49. fippo (number of CTOs who like what I am doing)++
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  76. Simon Question - is there a good wrapper format for holding public keys (GPG/ssh/smime?) I realise that all these formats have slightly different attributes. I'm after something like ATOM but for public keys. It seems not, but I thought I'd double check here first.
  77. Simon closest I could find is: http://www.w3.org/TR/xmldsig-core/#sec-KeyInfo
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  79. Simon Oh - found this: http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0189.xml
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  83. dwd Simon, IIRC, the W3C has a format as part of XMLSEC.
  84. Simon Thanks Dave.
  85. Simon I found that.
  86. Simon I also found that 0189 has been deferred - looks like automatically.
  87. dwd I think deferral is always automatic.
  88. dwd An author deciding it's stupid leads to a retraction.
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