SSL certificates

Find the root certificates here (a shame they are not included in common browsers…): http://www.cacert.org/index.php?id=3

GPG keys

Keyserver: keys.gnupg.net
New key: 1E95BAD7
Old key: 95FBC8CC
Please use the new key, and try to use strong digests (see http://www.debian-administration.org/users/dkg/weblog/48)

gpg --keyserver keys.gnupg.net --recv E0E7D0171E95BAD7

OTR Fingerprints

I’m using OTR keys with the following fingerprints (GPG signed) on various instant messaging accounts:

  • 09D7E646 1D1D663E 1033165B 07E48E96 628861EE
  • AE8E8D7B 113952B4 BB9597CB 43605E07 96574055
  • 4125AA99 B851E692 23413262 699CFF6B CF9F32A9
  • C677294C 58D4B195 B0AF38B3 CFF1D37E 0ED81B48
  • 6B588E38 D7EFE896 4BA30952 A21D35BF 69010AB7
  • B7BA99C3 D0598B2C 2DE48C52 41DE02D2 5052CAF0 (mobile)

Linux packages

Git repositories

Some git repositories i host and some i mirror (if they include patches from me, i will sometimes rebase them to upstream, so you will need -f for fetching).
See http://cgit.stbuehler.de/

You may also want to have a look at https://github.com/stbuehler.

Links

Quotes

  • If you break it, you own both parts.
  • Some people, when confronted with a problem, think “I know, I’ll use regular expressions.” Now they have two problems. (Jamie Zawinski, see here)
  • < binBASH> if idiots could fly irc would be an airport

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