Re: [VCARDDAV] Signed vCards

Simon Perreault <simon.perreault@viagenie.ca> Mon, 01 July 2013 15:50 UTC

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Le 2013-07-01 16:20, DataPacRat a écrit :
> While playing with vCard as a container for time-and-space data is a
> fun exercise, my primary use case is identity authentication over
> otherwise anonymized networks such as Tor. While some forums thereon
> could be referred to using the proposed acct: URI, using the forum's
> .onion address and the user's account name, not all are so easy to
> work with. (Eg, "I'm the person who programmed the software which made
> the edit at 2010-11-12T12:34:56 to wiki page XYZ on site ABC.onion
> (whose server lay in the house that Jack built).")

Anytime anyone suggests a new way to do something with crypto, the 
obligatory "why not use PGP?" needs to be answered.

So... Why not use PGP? :)

Simon