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### Keybase proof
I hereby claim:
* I am blueyed on github.
* I am blueyed (https://keybase.io/blueyed) on keybase.
* I have a public key whose fingerprint is B5A6 C220 829F AE5D 69EB 9CA3 7C02 BF85 3FE6 3E00
To claim this, I am signing this object:
```json
{
"body": {
"key": {
"fingerprint": "b5a6c220829fae5d69eb9ca37c02bf853fe63e00",
"host": "keybase.io",
"key_id": "7C02BF853FE63E00",
"uid": "010641eb53645a57390471eb15b0e900",
"username": "blueyed"
},
"service": {
"name": "github",
"username": "blueyed"
},
"type": "web_service_binding",
"version": 1
},
"ctime": 1395195431,
"expire_in": 157680000,
"prev": "595979f22db0b057932135821308897aac3f420763d1f9801b7c0c20fe297355",
"seqno": 3,
"tag": "signature"
}
```
with the PGP key whose fingerprint is
[B5A6 C220 829F AE5D 69EB 9CA3 7C02 BF85 3FE6 3E00](https://keybase.io/blueyed)
(captured above as `body.key.fingerprint`), yielding the PGP signature:
```
-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.14 (GNU/Linux)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=1QTs
-----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/blueyed
### From the command line:
Consider the [keybase command line program](https://keybase.io/__/command_line/keybase).
```bash
# look me up
keybase id blueyed
# encrypt a message to me
keybase encrypt blueyed -m 'a secret message...'
# ...and more...
```
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