@keyoxide Trying your service but I can't seem to get it to work...
Uploaded my key:
and generated a url:
Even tried WKD:
@finlaydag33k Hi, thanks for joining!
With regards to keys.openpgp.org, I'm noticing the returned key doesn't contain a user-id, this is usually the case for new uploads that haven't confirmed the email yet that has been sent to the main email address.
With regards to WKD, there seems to be something wrong with the link. https://finlaydag33k.nl/.well-known/openpgpkey/hu/s8y7oh5xrdpu9psba3i5ntk64ohouhga should return the key but instead I get a page.
@keyoxide Thanks for the reply.
I have not received any mail for confirmation yet (also checked the spambox) :(
Also, I have setup WKD by using the WKD as a Service:
@finlaydag33k please note that keys.openpgp.org won't serve your key properly until it's confirmed. Might check back with them if there is an issue on their side. Especially when you also use their service for WKD it explains why that doesn't work either.
Meanwhile you can deploy WKD for yourself on your website. On how to do that, @keyoxide has a guide for it here:
Alternatively you can also check mine:
@sheogorath I'll have a fiddle around with it, thanks :)
The main issue why I wanted to use their servers is because I use a staging setup... so I need to do a lot of things just to update that key...
Though I could probably make something for that...
@finlaydag33k I think it's a good idea and a good way to go, you just have to check that you verify your key. If that's not possible or you don't want to wait then self-hosting is an alternative.
@sexybiggetje I mean, I have to be honest here...
If somebody that is willing to spend some effort at it and is reasonably technical has difficulties with it, it makes mass adoption a lot more difficult cus no "normal" person is gonna spend that effort into figuring it out...
Ok I tried to wrap it with a positive remark, but that reflects my feelings as well.
Keyoxide is doing good, but the issues you have should not appear as it scares people away.
Signal was doing things right, but the pin debacle was throwing people off. Session messenger is doing things right, but noone uses it. Long answer short; we need good UI/UX and fool proof products.
gpg -v --auto-key-locate clear,wkd,nodefault --locat
gpg: using pgp trust model
gpg: error retrieving 'email@example.com' via WKD: No data
gpg: error retrieving 'firstname.lastname@example.org' via None: No public key
gpg: key "email@example.com" not found: No public key
@haru web interface.
@haru "no key for address"...
yikes... I'll retry from the commandline in a sec now that I'm home again
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