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### Keybase proof
I hereby claim:
* I am aronallen on github.
* I am aronallen (https://keybase.io/aronallen) on keybase.
* I have a public key whose fingerprint is 1649 8FAC 6CB9 1E77 7739 DD51 E7A0 0252 D44A D8D6
To claim this, I am signing this object:
```json
{
"body": {
"key": {
"fingerprint": "16498fac6cb91e777739dd51e7a00252d44ad8d6",
"host": "keybase.io",
"key_id": "e7a00252d44ad8d6",
"kid": "01114672fd105b97ada304001c1e023f53df3a2c7b484a49995fb9d8a0d8fa9d3d5b0a",
"uid": "d532e43038e58524a3016066265c8700",
"username": "aronallen"
},
"service": {
"name": "github",
"username": "aronallen"
},
"type": "web_service_binding",
"version": 1
},
"ctime": 1419801632,
"expire_in": 157680000,
"prev": "9defd4db8e7ef7f4dc1f49ad79a1bb1249ad78be524eb4934a90cc8342e1e970",
"seqno": 4,
"tag": "signature"
}
```
with the PGP key whose fingerprint is
[1649 8FAC 6CB9 1E77 7739 DD51 E7A0 0252 D44A D8D6](https://keybase.io/aronallen)
(captured above as `body.key.fingerprint`), yielding the PGP signature:
```
-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: GnuPG/MacGPG2 v2
Comment: GPGTools - https://gpgtools.org
owF9Ur9rFEEU3kQT8ET0ELSwMSNYnTo/d2YOQWzTCBJbz5mdN5ch5+65u3d6hDQW
mlIbBatDEBH9DyxELBS0DCFa2ImWgqQ0OHvETnzNvPne932893gPjhxIWu3v0/mr
W8s723Mf3160ycq0PrOObOEmqLuO1mD2+JD3oRyWIa9RF5GUa+VNlmZWE5AxmHZO
xNRgTAV1nBunXIo6aLWoGkW0saaC86GIWPz0govoP/hrswImhPBUUu8IFlZL4wzD
HGOSEcCUecGcZ4Zm0nLFDddaC2+1Uwa72Jd2zAmLTbQbzeycYBQ4w0yBUILyaEZS
nKY0FZmSGDfECsrc3ITINmWRm8EAcrTRQREehwyaHeyX+6FeHdn/SOrJsMFug+3t
q3s25C5uMIrGUFahyFGXRGZWh0ZOONEqdsRoB8GdYSihFxqGkKnCMTpoWMI4WmoH
3nFnFUjw0nOXEc+1cVIbYi2hs1xZiCOC5Zpxo3GWKcYpENCymbOCW3mBujy2afrR
sgr93NSjEtBGa/P6waTdShYX5psbSFqHjv29jNeHk9/HR4NPTxc+/zy7+eXdo7WT
H3a+HV3Z3rt35c3kx5OvSy+nyd7SqfaLZHr32eL7c6d3l/2NS78e862Hzy/P7V54
deLaffgD
=JjFU
-----END PGP MESSAGE-----
```
And finally, I am proving ownership of the github account by posting this as a gist.
### My publicly-auditable identity:
https://keybase.io/aronallen
### From the command line:
Consider the [keybase command line program](https://keybase.io/docs/command_line).
```bash
# look me up
keybase id aronallen
# encrypt a message to me
keybase encrypt aronallen -m 'a secret message...'
# ...and more...
```
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