> Being able to sign messages and prove you sent them
> is pretty important, even on public mailing lists, ...

Maybe to some, but this is hardly a universal truth.

I've been reading mailing lists avidly for 15+ years, and I can't
think of a single time that I've had the need for a signature to
verify the originator's identity.  <shrug>, maybe it's the types of
lists I read.  Content is more important to me than author.


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