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+Thejesh GN <email@example.com>
+Fingerprint: C7D4 1911 9893 ADAF 27B0 FCAA BFFC 8DD3 C06D D6B0
+The following paragraphs describe the procedure, preconditions
+and possible results of me signing data or keys.
+Only some emails from my UID are signed. But if you really want
+to be sure that the mail/note is from me then it has to be signed by me.
+ For signing keys, I use the same key as for signing data. To ensure the
+ validity of the web of trust, I stick strictly to the following points:
+ * In most cases, personal validation is required to obtain a signature from
+ me. Personal validation means that a government issued document containing the
+ full name and a photo must be presented to me at an eye-to-eye meeting.
+ * Fingerprints and UIDs of the key(s) to be signed must be provided in a re-
+ liable and readable way. During personal validation, a printed version of
+ all UIDs and the key fingerprint should be provided.
+ * In rare cases, I also sign keys without personal validation. This is only possible if
+ I know you for a long time and I am really really sure that the key belongs to you.
+ * In rare cases, names can be signed that cannot be verified with any document.
+ This is the case for well-known nicknames in the FOSS community.
+ * A sig3 is only issued to keys of people whom I ultimately trust on a human
+ basis, this is limited to close friends and people that have proven reliabi-
+ lity and knowledge of the web of trust in other areas (like, but not limited
+ * In order to obtain a sig3, basic knowledge of these terms should be shown.
+This document is a draft and will be extended over time, without rendering the
+current content invalid.
+This notes itself was inspired by http://dominik-george.de/gpg-policy.txt.asc
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