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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am chaosblog on github.
  • I am chaosblog (https://keybase.io/chaosblog) on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is CDF9 CE00 C75B 191B F769 4E26 4657 45E6 8BCE CF35

To claim this, I am signing this object:

{
    "body": {
        "key": {
            "fingerprint": "cdf9ce00c75b191bf7694e26465745e68bcecf35",
            "host": "keybase.io",
            "key_id": "465745e68bcecf35",
            "kid": "01118235db4cfe61ab3c5118b12ce2a7dffc32d412c40a58f9103ff717f31b57f6920a",
            "uid": "a0117ed861a30d0285029de5a0868f19",
            "username": "chaosblog"
        },
        "service": {
            "name": "github",
            "username": "chaosblog"
        },
        "type": "web_service_binding",
        "version": 1
    },
    "ctime": 1433340676,
    "expire_in": 157680000,
    "prev": "df0cc4797d1cad30aa838268a2955fe368a12573ad7382f969322fcf1ad13d4f",
    "seqno": 2,
    "tag": "signature"
}

with the key CDF9 CE00 C75B 191B F769 4E26 4657 45E6 8BCE CF35, yielding the signature:

-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.12 (GNU/Linux)

owF9kr2KFEEQx8fVEzw59C4wMGwDk0X6+2MRTfTwBcREGPqjerY5ndmdmd3zOE5T
wcQXUARDEzMDAzEwUs7E9DBRX8B7AHuWMxM76a5/1f9HV1HPN04Xo83te7d/PTv8
Kk59/njdFXeb8xv7yDVhD0320Q6srpjqCtpZm+oeTZAP0XjA2CvhiCEuKmk4UMml
UFyA1M6Dj0ygMZo23eDIGGc7uJaarOWgTCGr/6jfWSUwIURTJoLjPoIk1jEvsuQI
9UCtCjF6RgPPIcdW6GgIZjEqoiIjTqgoDcU24xYrnM08BUFnEMMBUy0wNQGExVrq
SMxQ2EFb24cwdDe1TeceNBU6GKMsL5OHYQYn6Sr104X7j6Xfmw3aLrjyxF26VIc8
wWxaQtulpkYTkit9nwY74YwxjqWSYwSPZqmFMg0VQkmN8xmjWQvLjAwRe8+VUYF4
Gxi2VjNNpbbUCBGB5RehQjEbVNajkYZRGn0kNhAWeERDP/O6QROav2mrjOxSVdt+
0QI6WH+6fabYHBVn10bDDhTr5y7+3YxXRfHyys1DvnV85/f3cr727rj58ulD8b54
sXXjx/2386PLV49eX7j15M3Px+rbpT8=
=1Viz
-----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/chaosblog

From the command line:

Consider the keybase command line program.

# look me up
keybase id chaosblog

# encrypt a message to me
keybase encrypt chaosblog -m 'a secret message...'

# ...and more...
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