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keybase.io proof 

BEGIN KEYBASE SALTPACK SIGNED MESSAGE. kXR7VktZdyH7rvq v5weRa0zkL3g2m1 dpZwA4WriIuXUOk 3bvuW0fZytfDIXH cQwKiAUwaevbXG7 R5BPxBW45JYxjhL uL1YXIA2TytiiIe KSVy2xOKADJarTD hUSityZarbeM00h EHtU1F6u72UEVA0 NlFkgXJH8fYNLJR YpRVPnZGBM1U2yp yDavB2j. END KEYBASE SALTPACK SIGNED MESSAGE.

You can use 'keybase verify' on the command line to verify the above message.

keybase.io proof 

@noelle It's been a while since I really messed around with the command line for keybase. How'd you create this? It's a signature of... ?

keybase.io proof 

@chigh It's been long enough that I honestly don't remember. I think I just created a text file with "elekk.xyz/@noelle" in it and then signed it, and posted the saltpack signature.

keybase.io proof 

@noelle That works. ;-) I'd done similar to test out. Probably will do the same for similar purposes.

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