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<h2>GnuPG Insta-Party Signature List Verification Script</a></h2>

Some key-signing parties are conducted in a way that the 
a file containing the fingerprints is distributed to everybody, and is then
verified to be correct by its SHA1 hash. Then, the keyring is made available 
to the public. Now the question is whether the signatures in the keyring are 
the same as those in the file.

To resolve it, I wrote <a href="<bit_link "" />">a script</a> 
that checks the signatures in the file and verifies that they are the same
as those reported by GPG in the key-ring. You can freely use it under
the terms of the MIT X11 license.

Using it I signed the keys, by first running it, and then using kgpg (part
of kdeutils) to sign all the keys at once. Truly an improvement over the
time, where I signed each key individually, using my password like a zillion

<h2>TWiki Installation Scripts</h2>

This is <a href="<bit_link "shlomif-twiki-installation-automation-2004-09-10.tar.gz" />">a collection of bash scripts I wrote</a> to automate the installation
of <a href="">TWiki</a> - a popular Wiki implementation. 

<h2><a href="<bit_link "open-inventor-bsd-daemon/" />">Open Inventor 
3-D BSD Daemon</a></h2>

An OpenInventor-based three-dimensional model of Beastie the BSD Daemon, 
created as a Technion project in the Computer Graphics course.
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