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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15622] - serve KEYS by means of https with a certificate issued by a CA that is built-in with the most popular browsers/mail clients
Date Mon, 17 Feb 2003 08:00:28 GMT
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serve KEYS by means of https with a certificate issued by a CA that is built-in with the most
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------- Additional Comments From jerenkrantz@apache.org  2003-02-17 08:00 -------
Heh.  Okay, okay.  You got us.

We're trying to setup a PayPal account so that people can donate money to us officially. 
This is an outstanding issue that our treasurer is in the process of completing.  We've officially
asked the board for money to purchase SSL certificates at this Wednesday's board meeting.

SSL certs are going to happen.  And, you'll be able to donate money directly to the ASF shortly.
 (Since we're a 501c3, we have to issue receipts upon donations.)

So, file those components as, "SOON TO BE FIXED" by the board.

As far as giving out our phone numbers, we could indicate, "Please email people directly if
you wish to certify our PGP keys out-of-band.  Or, call 411, and ask for one of our phone
numbers and feel free to wake us up at 3AM.  Or, drive up to our house if that suits your
fancy."  If you have some text that you'd like to see added that describes good policy for
OOB, please submit a patch to the development lists (dev@httpd.apache.org).

Meanwhile, I'll leave this as invalid.  <grin />

Thanks!

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