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On 07/11/09 21:14, quoth David:

> I already have your public key sir!  :-)
> 

And if we ever meet then we could sign each others keys.

> I do not, as a practice, sign emails to mail lists. Nor do I add long
> 'signatures' to anything.

Consistency has its own value.

> 
> Some of us, there are many, are not in a position to deal with these
> things. Dial-up. Limited bandwidth. And other situations.
> 

I respect your lower bandwidth. Text is good. Html is bad. But the total
signature comes to 260 bytes. There's header cruft that far surpasses that factor.

> Polite goes a long way.
> 
> Have a nice day.

And to you too Sir. :-)>


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