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==Wikipedia Wiki Editing Resources==
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We will have a key signing party this year.
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Cheatsheet Wikipedia's Wiki Editing Cheatsheet] <br>
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup#Text_formatting Wikipedia's Wiki Markup/Text Formatting Guide]
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==Spaces, New Lines, Paragraphs, And More==
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'''When''': Wednesday, 12:20 (during lunch)
You might have already noticed that single spaces between lines do not create spaces in the text. For example:
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<pre><nowiki>
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'''Where''': One of the lecture theatres (TBA)
Typing
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like
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this
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would come out
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like this:
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</nowiki></pre>
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Typing
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'''Key submission''': https://frase.id.au/lca2015
like
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this
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would come out
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like this:
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A blank space between the two lines, on the other hand, creates a new paragraph. For example:
 
  
<pre><nowiki>
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== Format ==
This would look like one paragraph.
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This would look like another.
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zimmermann%E2%80%93Sassaman_key-signing_protocol Zimmermann–Sassaman key-signing protocol]
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** Ideally Sassaman-projected, if there is a document projector available (likely).
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* We will have access to printing facilities, however:
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** Supplying printed keylists to participants will require all participants to recite fingerprint in full or provide physical copies of fingerprint.  If level of participation is high this could take a long time!
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** Participants could verify and print keylist themselves prior to event, but requring such preparation could exclude some participants.
  
This would be the third.
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Collecting keys:
</nowiki></pre>
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This would look like one paragraph.
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* Please submit your keys at: https://frase.id.au/lca2015
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* include the fingerprint on your wiki page? ''([[User:Fraser Tweedale|Fraser Tweedale]] ([[User talk:Fraser Tweedale|talk]]) 12:32, 17 December 2014 (AEDT) dubious.  I wouldn't sign a key without a copy/recital of fingerprint from owner or assertion that reproduction in hashed/MAC'd keylisting is correct)''
  
This would look like another.
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== New to PGP? ==
  
This would be the third.
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OpenPGP is an end-to-end privacy protocol based on public key
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cryptography.  Unlike X.509, the public key infrastructure used
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to secure the web, OpenPGP uses a "web of trust" model where
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individuals verify others' identity and "sign" their keys.  A
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signature is a cryptographic assertion that a key with a given
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user ID (uid) is actually owned by that person.
  
For a new line, you must use the line break (br) command after the line. (Single Spaces are not necessary, but are used for clarity.)
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[https://gnupg.org/ GnuPG] is a free OpenPGP implementation
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available for most operating systems.  Check out the
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[http://www.dewinter.com/gnupg_howto/english/GPGMiniHowto.html How-To guide]
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to get started.  If you are going to create a new key,
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do also check out
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[https://help.riseup.net/en/security/message-security/openpgp/best-practices riseup.net OpenPGP Best Practices].
  
Just do this:
 
<pre><nowiki>
 
Text Line 1<br>
 
Text Line 2<br>
 
  
Paragraph 2 Line 1
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== Organisers and Partipants ==
</nowiki></pre>
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Text Line 1<br>
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I would like to help organise things:
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* [[user:Daniel Sobey|Daniel Sobey]]
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* [[User:Fraser Tweedale|Fraser Tweedale]]
  
'''Remember:''' For the sake of clarity, it is best to place a line break, but not necessary.
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I would like to attend (see also [https://frase.id.au/lca2015 official list of submitted keys])
  
==Emphasis==
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* [[user:Daniel Sobey|Daniel Sobey]]
'''Hello!'''
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* [[User:Augur_.|<font color="#703931">'''ᏜᏠᎶᏠᏑ'''</font>]][[User_talk:Augur_.|<font size="4" color="#723a32">&#x2710;</font>]][[Special:Contributions/Augur_.|<font size="4" color="#723a32">&#x2315;</font>]] (I'm quite new to crypto, but want to learn how to run cryptoparties.)
 
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* [[User:Fraser Tweedale|Fraser Tweedale]]
''How Are You?''
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* [[User:Michael Schmitz|Michael Schmitz]]
 
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* [[User:Katie McLaughlin|Katie McLaughlin]]
This is basic, but important. Use three apostrophes for bold text and two for italics. The above section was made like this:
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* [[User:Arkady Gundroff|Arkady Gundroff]]
 
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* [[User:Delan Azabani|Delan Azabani]]
<pre><nowiki>
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'''Hello!'''
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''How Are You?''
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</nowiki></pre>
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HTML encoding also works. For <b>Bold</b> and <i>Italics</i> you would use the following:
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<pre><nowiki>
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<b>Bold</b> and <i>Italics</i>
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</nowiki></pre>
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==Lists==
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*Creating a bulleted list is simple.
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**Creating Sub-Bullets is just as easy.
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***And so on and so on and so on.
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*Going back is easy too.
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<pre><nowiki>
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*Creating a bulleted list is simple.
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**Creating Sub-Bullets is just as easy.
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***And so on and so on and so on.
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*Going back is easy too.
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</nowiki></pre>
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#Numbered Lists are almost the same
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##So are sub numbers
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###sub sub numbers
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#and going back is also just as easy.
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<pre><nowiki>
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#Numbered Lists are almost the same
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##So are sub numbers
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###sub sub numbers
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#and going back is also just as easy.
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</nowiki></pre>
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*Mixing lists are possible too.
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*#Such as this one
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*#*You can also<br>have new lines<br>inside lists.
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<pre><nowiki>
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*Mixing lists are possible too.
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*#Such as this one
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*#*You can also<br>have new lines<br>inside lists.
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</nowiki></pre>
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==Horizontal Rules==
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Don't use these too often, as they break up the page. Instead, it is recommended you use section breaks (see below). If you really need them, however, this is the formatting:
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<pre><nowiki>
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----
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</nowiki></pre>
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==Indentation==
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:A colon indents a line.
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<pre><nowiki>
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:A colon indents a line.
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</nowiki></pre>
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==Alignment==
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A page is left-aligned by default.
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<center> Center Text Like This </center>
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<pre><nowiki>
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<center> Center Text Like This </center>
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</nowiki></pre>
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==Section Breaks==
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Many articles on the wiki use section headers and tables of contents, like the ones above. Two equal(=) signs makes a topic.
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<pre><nowiki>
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==This Is a Topic==
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===This Is a Subtopic===
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====This is a Sub Sub Topic====
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===This is a subtopic of the first topic, but not the other sub topics===
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==This is another topic==
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</nowiki></pre>
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To add a Table Of Contents, type:
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<pre><nowiki>
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__TOC__
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</nowiki></pre>
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If a Table of Contents is automatic for the article (true for certain namespaces and templates), you can use this formatting to remove one:
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<pre><nowiki>
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__NOTOC__
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</nowiki></pre>
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'''Note:''' Table of contents lists only list topics that appear after they are inserted.
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[[Category:Help Files]]
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Revision as of 16:59, 6 January 2015

We will have a key signing party this year.

When: Wednesday, 12:20 (during lunch)

Where: One of the lecture theatres (TBA)

Key submission: https://frase.id.au/lca2015


Format

  • Zimmermann–Sassaman key-signing protocol
    • Ideally Sassaman-projected, if there is a document projector available (likely).
  • We will have access to printing facilities, however:
    • Supplying printed keylists to participants will require all participants to recite fingerprint in full or provide physical copies of fingerprint. If level of participation is high this could take a long time!
    • Participants could verify and print keylist themselves prior to event, but requring such preparation could exclude some participants.

Collecting keys:

  • Please submit your keys at: https://frase.id.au/lca2015
  • include the fingerprint on your wiki page? (Fraser Tweedale (talk) 12:32, 17 December 2014 (AEDT) dubious. I wouldn't sign a key without a copy/recital of fingerprint from owner or assertion that reproduction in hashed/MAC'd keylisting is correct)

New to PGP?

OpenPGP is an end-to-end privacy protocol based on public key cryptography. Unlike X.509, the public key infrastructure used to secure the web, OpenPGP uses a "web of trust" model where individuals verify others' identity and "sign" their keys. A signature is a cryptographic assertion that a key with a given user ID (uid) is actually owned by that person.

GnuPG is a free OpenPGP implementation available for most operating systems. Check out the How-To guide to get started. If you are going to create a new key, do also check out riseup.net OpenPGP Best Practices.


Organisers and Partipants

I would like to help organise things:

I would like to attend (see also official list of submitted keys)