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    1 <page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
    2       xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
    3       type="topic" style="task"
    4       id="pgp-publish">
    6   <info>
    7     <link type="guide" xref="index#pgp-keys"/>
    9     <revision version="0.1" date="2011-10-23" status="stub"/>
   10     <revision pkgversion="3.9" date="2013-06-18" status="review"/>
   12     <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
   14     <credit type="author copyright">
   15       <name>Aruna</name>
   16       <email its:translate="no">aruna.evam@gmail.com</email>
   17       <years>2013</years>
   18     </credit>
   20     <desc>Publish your public keys on key servers, or
   21     <link xref="pgp-export">export</link> and mail them to your friends.</desc>
   22   </info>
   24   <title>Share your public keys</title>
   26   <p>If you want people to send you encrypted communication, you must share
   27   your <gui>GnuPG key</gui> with them. To share your key with a selected few
   28   people, <link xref="pgp-export">export it</link> and mail
   29   the resulting keyfile to them. To allow anyone to
   30   <link xref="pgp-retrieve-remote">retrieve</link> and use your public key,
   31   publish it on a key server.</p>
   33   <steps>
   34     <title>How do I publish my key on a key server?</title>
   35     <item>
   36       <p>Select <gui>GnuPG keys</gui> from the left side panel.</p>
   37     </item>
   38     <item>
   39       <p>From the list, select the <gui>Personal PGP key</gui> you want to
   40       publish.</p>
   41     </item>
   42     <item>
   43       <p>Select <guiseq><gui style="menu">Remote</gui>
   44       <gui style="menuitem">Sync and Publish Keys…</gui></guiseq>.</p>
   45     </item>
   46     <item>
   47       <p>Press the <gui style="button">Key Servers</gui> button to see the list
   48       of key servers on which you can publish your public key.</p>
   49     </item>
   50     <item>
   51       <p>To publish your key on a key server, select the key server from the
   52       <gui>Publish keys to</gui> menu.</p>
   53     </item>
   54     <item>
   55       <p>Press <gui style="button">Close</gui> to go back to the previous
   56       dialog.</p>
   57     </item>
   58     <item>
   59       <p>Press <gui style="button">Sync</gui> to finish.</p>
   60     </item>
   61    <!-- <item>
   62       <p>Tick the
   63       <gui style="checkbox">Automatically retrieve keys from key servers</gui>
   64       checkbox to retrieve any key that is published on the server you have
   65       selected in the previous step. You can also tick the
   66       <gui style="checkbox">Automatically sync modified keys with key servers</gui>
   67       checkbox to ensure that any modifications to a key on the key server,
   68       like a signature, are updated on your copy of the key too.</p>
   69       Not sure about this - Aruna 18/08/2013
   70     </item>-->
   71   </steps>
   73   <note style="important">
   74     <p>You need to be connected to the Internet while publishing your keys.</p>
   75   </note>
   77   <note style="info">
   78     <title>What is a keyserver?</title>
   79     <p>Key servers are computers that store copies of public encryption keys
   80     submitted to them, and share these copies with other key servers through
   81     the Internet.</p>
   82   </note>
   84 </page>