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The first Debian couple

I found the first Debian couple. Finally. Names anonymised to protect the innocent, and crazily abridged:

21:20 < reverend> Family and friends, we welcome you today to witness the cross
                  signing of Jane's and Joe's keys.
21:20 < reverend> Keysigning is a promise, made in the hearts of two people who know
                  each other, which takes some computation to fulfill.
21:20 < reverend> Within the web of trust, keysigning encompasses all of the net's
                  most important relationships.
21:20 < reverend> If anyone present can show just cause as to why these keys should
                  may or should
21:20 < reverend> not be legally cryptographically together, you should now declare
                  it, or
21:20 < reverend> hereafter hold your peace.
21:20 < reverend> Joe, Did you sign Jane's key, so that in good times and in
                  bad, your certification shall tell anybody of your trust in her key?
21:21 < reverend> Jane, did you sign Joe's key, so that in good times and in
                  bad, your certification shall tell anybody of your trust in her key?
21:22 < reverend> It is my Pleasure to pronounce your keys signed and you two
                  cryptographically married.
21:22 < reverend> Joe, you may kiss the bride! :)
21:22  * Joe kisses Jane _once_!
21:23  * someone throws some rice at the happy pair!
21:23  * Jane dances happily round Joe
21:23 < madduck> Ah, look at how they wander off to a shared future.

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