[Seahorse] Where can I obtain the proper definition text of the button 'Casually'?
scar at drigon.com
Sun Jan 31 18:38:49 UTC 2010
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Detlef Lechner @ 01/31/2010 10:47 AM:
> 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'?
on my system running ubuntu 9.04 and seahorse 2.26.1-0ubuntu1, i do not
see this problem. if you are running a different version, perhaps check
bug reports and file one if necessary? thanks
FYI, here is each explanation:
Not at all: means you believe the key is owned by the person who claims
to own it, but you could not or did not verify this to be a fact.
Casually: means you have done a casual verification that the key is
owned by the person who claims to own it. For example, you could read
the key fingerprint to the owner over the phone.
Very Carefully: Select this only if you are absolutely sure that this
key is genuine.
You could use a hard to forge photo identification (such as a passport)
to personally check that the name on the key is correct. You should have
also used email to check that the email address belongs to the owner.
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