[Seahorse] Where can I obtain the proper definition text of the button 'Casually'?
glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Sun Jan 31 18:11:10 UTC 2010
On 01/31/2010 09:47 AM, Detlef Lechner wrote:
> Seahorse > Other Keys > (a certain key) > window 'Sign Key' > 'How
> carefully have you checked this key?' > button 'Casually' is buggy. It
> lists the same explanatory text as that of the button 'Not at all'.
> Where can I obtain the proper definition text of the button 'Casually'?
Which version of Seahorse?
$ apt-cache policy seahorse
*** 2.28.1-0ubuntu1 0
500 http://archive.ubuntu.com karmic/main Packages
>From the 'Help':
> 5.2. Trust
> Trust is an indication of how sure you are of a person's ability to correctly extend
> the web of trust. When you are faced with a key you have not signed, the validity of
> that person's key will be determined based on the signatures they have collected and
> how well or not you trust the people who have made those signatures. By default, an
> unknown key will require 3 signatures with marginal trust value or 1 fully trusted signature.
> * Unknown: You are not familiar with the person's ability to sign keys correctly.
> * Never: This person cannot correctly sign keys.
> * Marginal: This person checks for photo ID before signing a key, but
> does not necessarily scrutinize the IDs.
> * Full: This person scrutinizes each and every person's photo IDs before
> signing them (e.g. they only sign keys that truely belong to the
> person asking for the signature).
> * Ultimate: This level of trust should only be assigned to your own keys.
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