[Noisebridge-discuss] GPG Workshop?

James Addison jay at jp-hosting.net
Sun Sep 15 18:33:08 UTC 2013

Thanks John!  That sounds perfect; will hopefully get myself across there
this afternoon.

On 14 September 2013 18:45, John Shutt <john.d.shutt at gmail.com> wrote:

>  On 09/14/2013 06:24 PM, James Addison wrote:
> Hey Noisebridge,
>  I've been thinking of using GPG for a long time, but have only finally
> gotten around to sending my first few messages to friends using it, and
> even as a fairly seasoned geek it still feels like a pain to manage - which
> is bad, we should make this stuff easy (easier?).
>  Are there any folks out there with a bit more experience who'd be
> willing to get together and work through some of this stuff with a group?
>  Even if using throwaway mail addresses/identities, I think running through
> the process of creating a new identity, generating subkeys,
> sending/receiving, managing revocation of keys, etc might make a lot more
> sense if done in person.
>  I am totally willing to help in terms of preparing any instructional
> material, finding folks interested, helping people debug problems on the
> day, etc - but I don't feel like I know enough about gpg yet to really
> 'run' a class/workshop yet.
>  As a sidenote, any tips for utilities etc to make things easier would
> also be nice!  gpa sounds like one possibility, for example.  Ideally I
> like the idea of using easily-revocable subkeys with gpg as an app on my
> phone but not sure how easy/feasible this is.
>  Partly inspired by reading:
> https://alexcabal.com/creating-the-perfect-gpg-keypair/
>  Cheers,
> James
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>  Hey James,
> I heard that there's going to be another cryptoparty tomorrow at Sudo Room
> in Oakland from 2pm to 5pm. I went to the cryptoparty last month and there
> was a great workshop on setting up PGP/GPG for e-mail. I think going to
> those workshops would be a good starting point to setting up cryptoparties
> at Noisebridge.
> John
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