Jeff Abrahamson on Wed, 2 Jul 2003 18:51:05 -0400

[Date Prev] [Date Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: [PLUG] July keysigning now has 3 new keys

Do you ever find yourself wondering whose key you've signed at a plug
meeting? Should I verify your info? But maybe I already signed your
key last year and I forgot. Verifying again would be such a waste.

Or maybe this is just me: I'm so bad with names. But not anymore. Here
are two bash functions that tell me whose keys I've signed:

signed-me-verbose() { gpg --list-sigs | \
        egrep '(^pub|'| \
	perl -wne 'my $last_line = ""; while(my $line = <>) { \
	if($line !~ /^pub/) { print $last_line; print $line; } \
	$last_line = $line; }'; }

signed-me() { gpg --list-sigs | \
        egrep '(^pub|'| \
	perl -wne 'my $last_line = ""; while(my $line = <>) { \
	if($line !~ /^pub/ and $last_line =~ /^pub/) { print $last_line; } \
	$last_line = $line; }'; }

Overly clever would be a perl program that used Palm:: modules to
update a memo entry in my pilot. The whole thing could then be
run by cron so I needn't ever think about it. Left as an exercise, as
I am not overly clever.


 Jeff Abrahamson  <>
 GPG fingerprint: 1A1A BA95 D082 A558 A276  63C6 16BF 8C4C 0D1D AE4B

Attachment: pgp6cgdJSKvFL.pgp
Description: PGP signature