[Seahorse] Where can I obtain the proper definition text of the button 'Casually'?
Detlef.Lechner at gmx.net
Sun Jan 31 22:14:34 UTC 2010
On Sun, 2010-01-31 at 11:38 -0700, scar wrote:
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> Detlef Lechner @ 01/31/2010 10:47 AM:
> > Hi,
> > 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,
'~$ cat /etc/issue; Ubuntu 9.10 \n \l'
> i do not
> see this problem. if you are running a different version, perhaps check
> bug reports and file one if necessary? thanks
Both windows show the same explanatory text. But the explanatory text
for the second picture is wrong.
> 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.
Thank you very much for this excellent explanation.
I am hurrying to file a bug report to Launchpad.
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