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Re: Standardisation of User ID usage for Server Purposes



David Shaw wrote:

> No.  You can define anything you like, in any form you like.
> Basically, think of it as being given a chunk of bytes attached to an
> OpenPGP key.  You can put anything you want in there, in any format
> you want, to be parsed however you want.  You completely own the
> format.  OpenPGP then guarantees that your bytes cannot be tampered
> with, using the same protection that it uses for regular user ID
> strings.

I'm stuck at this point. If I specify to use multiple types I'm not sure
how to easily group the additional information to particular hostnames
or wildcards.

Would anyone have any suggestions at this point in time?

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Best regards,
 Duane