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add old key data, commented
[etc/caff.git] / .caffrc
1 # vim: syntax=perl
2
3 $CONFIG{'owner'}       = 'martin f. krafft';
4 $CONFIG{'email'}       = 'caff@pobox.madduck.net';
5
6 # you can get your long keyid from
7 #   gpg --with-colons --list-key <yourkeyid|name|emailaddress..>
8 #
9 # if you have a v4 key, it will simply be the last 16 digits of
10 # your fingerprint.
11
12 #$CONFIG{'keyid'}       = [ qw{220BC883330C4A75} ];
13 #$CONFIG{'also-encrypt-to'} = '220BC883330C4A75';
14 $CONFIG{'keyid'}       = [ qw{55C9882D999BBCC4} ];
15 $CONFIG{'also-encrypt-to'} = '55C9882D999BBCC4';
16 $CONFIG{'caffhome'}    = $ENV{'VARDIR'}.'/caff';
17
18 # The options below need not be changed for normal operation.
19
20 # Paths to GnuPG binaries:
21 # $CONFIG{'gpg'}           = 'gpg';
22 # $CONFIG{'gpg-sign'}      = $CONFIG{'gpg'};
23 # $CONFIG{'gpg-delsig'}    = '/home/weasel/tmp/gpg/gnupg-1.3.92/g10/gpg';
24
25 # defaults to ~/.gnupg/secring.gpg
26 # $CONFIG{'secret-keyring'} = '/tmp/gpg/secring.gpg';
27
28 # Don't export UIDs by default, on which your latest signature is older than this age.
29 # $CONFIG{'export-sig-age'} = 24*60*60;
30
31 # Keyserver to download keys from. Default: subkeys.pgp.net.
32 $CONFIG{'keyserver'}      = 'x-hkp://pool.sks-keyservers.net';
33
34 # Boolean options, all default to false (0).
35 #
36 # Skip fetching the keys from the keyserver.
37 # $CONFIG{'no-download'}    = 1;
38 # Skip signing the keys.
39 # $CONFIG{'no-sign'}        = 1;
40 # Ask to continue before starting the signing (for offline signing).
41 # $CONFIG{'ask-sign'}       = 1;
42
43 # $CONFIG{'mail-template'} = <<'EOM'
44 # Hi,
45
46 # please find attached the user id{(scalar @uids >= 2 ? 's' : '')}.
47 # {foreach $uid (@uids) {
48 #     $OUT .= "\t".$uid."\n";
49 # };} of your key {$key} signed by me.
50
51 # Note that I did not upload your key to any keyservers.
52 # If you have multiple user ids, I sent the signature for each user id
53 # separately to that user id's associated email address. You can import
54 # the signatures by running each through `gpg --import`.
55
56 # If you want this new signature to be available to others, please upload
57 # it yourself. With GnuPG this can be done using
58 #   gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --send-key {$key}
59
60 # If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.
61
62 # Regards,
63 # {$owner}
64 # EOM