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Loyal Legion Pub

710 SE 6th Avenue
Portland, OR 97214, USA (map)
(503) 235-8272

Future events happening here

  • Monday
    Apr 3 2017
    Beer of Trust Key-Signing
    Beer c37730a61e5136f3294d36828ea8a295e624fc652c114cf191d008ee44f97f2a

    "Beer of Trust" is a key signing party with beer, and a chance to hang out and talk about PGP, encryption, and other related things!

    What's a key-signing party?

    A key-signing party is a get-together with PGP users for the purpose of meeting other PGP users and signing each other's keys. This helps to extend the "web of trust" to a great degree. Also, it sometimes serves as a forum to discuss strong cryptography and related issues.

    What if I don't have a key yet?

    If you don't have a PGP key yet, this is a good chance to get your feet wet. If you bring a computer, you can generate a test key at the event and experiment with sending messages to others there. It can be helpful to have someone present to walk you through the process the first time. It is recommended that you only generate a test key at the event, and later generate your real key in private. See below for links to some helpful resources for securely generating a key.

    What do I need for this party?

    If you are bringing a key to sign, then make sure you bring:

    • A picture ID or some other way for people to match you to your identity
    • Your key ID, key type, hex fingerprint, and key size. You can print out slips of paper to hand out your key info if you'd like.
    • A pen/pencil or whatever you'd like to write with
    • A computer is not required, and it is not recommended to use your computer to sign keys at the event

    At the event, you'll meet others, confirm their key ID in person, and swap key IDs with them. Later when you get home, you can download the full keys and sign them, then upload the signature to the keyserver or email it to them directly.

    RSVP here.

    Website

Past events that happened here

  • Monday
    Mar 6 2017
    Beer of Trust Key-Signing
    Beer c37730a61e5136f3294d36828ea8a295e624fc652c114cf191d008ee44f97f2a

    "Beer of Trust" is a key signing party with beer, and a chance to hang out and talk about PGP, encryption, and other related things!

    What's a key-signing party?

    A key-signing party is a get-together with PGP users for the purpose of meeting other PGP users and signing each other's keys. This helps to extend the "web of trust" to a great degree. Also, it sometimes serves as a forum to discuss strong cryptography and related issues.

    What if I don't have a key yet?

    If you don't have a PGP key yet, this is a good chance to get your feet wet. If you bring a computer, you can generate a test key at the event and experiment with sending messages to others there. It can be helpful to have someone present to walk you through the process the first time. It is recommended that you only generate a test key at the event, and later generate your real key in private. See below for links to some helpful resources for securely generating a key.

    What do I need for this party?

    If you are bringing a key to sign, then make sure you bring:

    • A picture ID or some other way for people to match you to your identity
    • Your key ID, key type, hex fingerprint, and key size. You can print out slips of paper to hand out your key info if you'd like.
    • A pen/pencil or whatever you'd like to write with
    • A computer is not required, and it is not recommended to use your computer to sign keys at the event

    At the event, you'll meet others, confirm their key ID in person, and swap key IDs with them. Later when you get home, you can download the full keys and sign them, then upload the signature to the keyserver or email it to them directly.

    RSVP here.

    Website
  • Friday
    Feb 10 2017
    Beer and Blog
    Beer c37730a61e5136f3294d36828ea8a295e624fc652c114cf191d008ee44f97f2a Free a0f32ae5b976c3700ed6cf40805731ace5b6de51751da977f9aaa9215d8ad4df

    It's been a great week, but it's time to shut it down. Whether you attended a ton of events or none, please join us for a walk down memory lane with Beer and Blog, the official closing party of Portland Startup Week.

    Need more motivation? name.com has offered to buy the first round.

    Website
  • Monday
    Feb 6 2017
    Beer of Trust Key-Signing
    Beer c37730a61e5136f3294d36828ea8a295e624fc652c114cf191d008ee44f97f2a

    "Beer of Trust" is a key signing party with beer, and a chance to hang out and talk about PGP, encryption, and other related things!

    What's a key-signing party?

    A key-signing party is a get-together with PGP users for the purpose of meeting other PGP users and signing each other's keys. This helps to extend the "web of trust" to a great degree. Also, it sometimes serves as a forum to discuss strong cryptography and related issues.

    What if I don't have a key yet?

    If you don't have a PGP key yet, this is a good chance to get your feet wet. If you bring a computer, you can generate a test key at the event and experiment with sending messages to others there. It can be helpful to have someone present to walk you through the process the first time. It is recommended that you only generate a test key at the event, and later generate your real key in private. See below for links to some helpful resources for securely generating a key.

    What do I need for this party?

    If you are bringing a key to sign, then make sure you bring:

    • A picture ID or some other way for people to match you to your identity
    • Your key ID, key type, hex fingerprint, and key size. You can print out slips of paper to hand out your key info if you'd like.
    • A pen/pencil or whatever you'd like to write with
    • A computer is not required, and it is not recommended to use your computer to sign keys at the event

    At the event, you'll meet others, confirm their key ID in person, and swap key IDs with them. Later when you get home, you can download the full keys and sign them, then upload the signature to the keyserver or email it to them directly.

    RSVP here.

    Website
  • Monday
    Nov 21 2016
    Beer of Trust Key-Signing
    Beer c37730a61e5136f3294d36828ea8a295e624fc652c114cf191d008ee44f97f2a

    "Beer of Trust" is a key signing party with beer!

    What's a key-signing party?

    A key-signing party is a get-together with PGP users for the purpose of meeting other PGP users and signing each other's keys. This helps to extend the "web of trust" to a great degree. Also, it sometimes serves as a forum to discuss strong cryptography and related issues.

    What if I don't have a key yet?

    If you don't have a PGP key yet, this is a good chance to get your feet wet. If you bring a computer, you can generate a test key at the event and experiment with sending messages to others there. It can be helpful to have someone present to walk you through the process the first time. It is recommended that you only generate a test key at the event, and later generate your real key in private. See below for links to some helpful resources for securely generating a key.

    What do I need for this party?

    Required Items:

    • A picture ID or some other way for people to match you to your identity
    • Your key ID, key type, hex fingerprint, and key size. You can print out slips of paper to hand out your key info if you'd like.
    • A pen/pencil or whatever you'd like to write with
    • A computer is not required, and it is not recommended to use your computer to sign keys at the event

    At the event, you'll meet others, confirm their key ID in person, and swap key IDs with them. Later when you get home, you can download the full keys and sign them, then upload the signature to the keyserver or email it to them directly.

    RSVP here.

    Website
  • Monday
    Nov 7 2016
    Beer of Trust Key-Signing
    Beer c37730a61e5136f3294d36828ea8a295e624fc652c114cf191d008ee44f97f2a

    "Beer of Trust" is a key signing party with beer!

    What's a key-signing party?

    A key-signing party is a get-together with PGP users for the purpose of meeting other PGP users and signing each other's keys. This helps to extend the "web of trust" to a great degree. Also, it sometimes serves as a forum to discuss strong cryptography and related issues.

    We'll start signing at 6:30pm after we've settled in with some beers. This will be run more along the lines of an informal key signing party.

    What do I need for this party?

    Required Items:

    • A picture ID
    • Your key ID, key type, hex fingerprint, and key size
    • A pen/pencil or whatever you'd like to write with
    • A computer is not required, and it is not recommended to use your computer to sign keys at the event

    Some useful links for generating and backing up your key can be found here.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Sep 22 2016
    Happy Hour-ish

    Find the tall brunette wearing the glasses that blink!

    A little birdie told me that this place is pretty bomb, so grab some Slack peeps and Uber over to Loyal Legion! You might just find the OG Gruener Burger here...

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