Time is 13:37, so let's make this #official 🎉
Let's make distributed identity happen! 😎
@keyoxide Looks interesting.
Using a fragment in the URL would prevent the server from even seeing which keys are viewed. Like so: https://keyoxide.org/#9f0048ac0b23301e1f77e994909f6bd6f80f485d
"Keyoxide.org is the tool you send to others to interact with your public key more easily. Allow them to encrypt a message [to] you, to verify one of your signatures, to verify your online identities using decentralized proofs."
"I remember that weird feeling when I had to upload my old private GPG key to Keybase."
You had to do WHAT on Keybase??? I don't even remember that. I had a Keybase account for a while, but I deleted it even before the acquisition. Truth be told, I was never entirely comfortable. I agree, this is a much better solution.
"All of them center around easy transportability of their secret key."
"If I'm the average computer user out there, almost all solutions are strictly worse than what we're doing"
Seems somewhat flimsy. I used to simply copy the .gnupg directory back and forth, and there's several GUIs that let you export and backup keys.
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