@mattgemmell I don't know man. I think there's something good about always thinking you're an imposter. Keeps you from getting complacent. I've been masquerading as an engineer for 16 years now. Still worried someone is going to find out! :D
@brianpugh one thing I’m not clear on is will the allow non-PGP generated RSA keys to exist? Like could I upload the public half of an OpenSSH RSA key pair to their service? If yes, well…man…lots more work to do on the Python API to detect key types!
@brianpugh long term I’d like to switch to Crypto.PublicKey.RSA but it requires a big effort to ensure the key is converted correctly to PEM. All options I came up with required using a command line tool from GnuPG to do the conversion…
@brianpugh yup. That’s what I was working off trying to get PyCrypto to work with the PGP key that Keybase stores for users. No dice. Crypto.PublicKey.RSA.import_keys() does NOT like any key formats I could make out of the Keybase public key.