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I'm french canadian, living in Montreal. You can call me Jay, I'm 20.

I dream to travel in England, Australia, Algeria, France and Germany.

Concerning computers: I have a couple of projects in my head, but I need time and money, so I work on them but slowly and I'm getting more experience.

I know HTML, CSS3, PHP, MySQL, C#, Javascript... From basic to mid-advanced, for a couple of them.

I'm on a computer ~ 50-70 hours per week (I'm not a little nerd, I have a social life too, don't worry! ;)). I like to learn from a wide variety of subjects.


I'll update this more often than you think ;)

Last update : 2013/01/13


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awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
25
comment How to implement a Web of Trust?
Great, thanks for the advise, I'll remember that :)
Jan
25
comment How to implement a Web of Trust?
Thanks AJ for the update ;) I appreciate it,I'm all new to crypto and it's harder than I though but I love that :)
Jan
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awarded  Editor
Jan
25
comment How to implement a Web of Trust?
Yeah I'll try to work on something to avoid the performance hit. If you came up with anything, tell me ;)
Jan
25
comment How to implement a Web of Trust?
Amazing KeithS! Thanks for this unbelievable detailed answer. Now I understand perfectly the Web of Trust, thanks to you ;) And thanks for your time too!
Jan
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accepted How to implement a Web of Trust?
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
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comment How to implement a Web of Trust?
Thanks AJ Henderson for this valuable information. Do you think it's possible for you to explain the "workflow" so I don't make any stupid mistakes while creating my WoT? The way I think of this is: I have 5 users, each user that trust another have a specific entry in a database with an hash of the trusted user's public key. When a new user register... someone must trust him so he can have his own hash entry in the database. Once that is done. A user receiving a message see if the sender is "trusted" calculated with ratio (# of users trusting sender/total number of users), Am I wrong?
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