I use Keyoxide, developed by @yarmo.
• it’s fully open-source and can be self-hosted
• it relies on already existent OpenPGP identity proofs via notations — your identities never leave your OpenPGP key
• as such, one doesn’t need an account
• one can verify XMPP, IRC, Mastodon, Pleroma, Owncast, etc. New proofs are easy to implement
My favourite feature is the ability to use WKD to be able to use email addresses instead of fingerprints, like https://firstname.lastname@example.org ✨
I really liked Keybase when it first came out, but over the years it's moved on from it's original core ideas.
Biggest barrier is just me taking the time to update/transfer all the different identities over.
@ecliptik @yarmo you can start with adding the identity proof notations to your key. They all follow similar format, and it takes no more than 20 minutes. After uploading your public key, your Keyoxide page will get the needed entries. Then you can take your time verifying them one by one. Trust me, it's worth it 😊
Works with Keyoxide like a charm 😍
@kytta Thanks for the tip, will look into that. Btw, seems like it's not working at the moment, did you change something?
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