PGP key update.

Aug 17, 2011

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As of 1818 EST5EDT on 17 August 2011, I ran the `gpg --refresh-keys` command
on my primary workstation. In the process of downloading and uploading new
signatures and keys, GnuPG suggested that I change my preferences;
specifically, the message digest and encryption algorithms that it defaults to
whenever it runs. I accepted the changes and was forced to re-export and
re-upload my public key. The size of the key has changed (due to being
re-exported and saved to a file) but the key itself has not. The key ID and
fingerprint are still the same:

807B17C1 / 7960 1CDC 85C9 0B63 8D9F DD89 3BD8 FF2B 807B 17C1

which you can test by searching for any of my posts to public mailing lists,
because the key ID and fingerprint are in the signature at the bottom of each
message.

As always, the key will be available from my homepage:

http://drwho.virtadpt.net/gpgkey.txt

- --The Doctor [412/724/301/703]

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