Here’s a signed message about my key migration
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256
I’m at 33c3 at the moment, and I was inspired to make a new GPG key, since my old one is from 2012 (and was revoked by me almost 6 months ago), and back then I didn’t do it the way I’d like to now
Anyways, so I made a new key, 0x58dd226b3ea71dc7, which is both on pgp.mit.edu and here. Of course, in these kind of situations you’re supposed to publish a message signed with both keys. However, since I revoked the old one without thinking about this a few months ago, it would be basically meaningless. Moreover, basically all the signatures on that old key were from keys that expired since then, so it’s not like that old key was very trustable either.
Anyways, I’m signing this with the new key, and I’m also including this link to a tweet I made, which contains the key ID.
This should suffice to link this key to my identity, and I hope to gather some signatures at 33c3 too 😃💯🚀
Thanks for your understanding
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I’m also linking this message over here so that even if you can’t verify this by copy/pasting from the webpage you can still get the message unmodified and verify it.