@kai `user.signingkey` is usually not needed, git will pick up the key using user's e-mail.

Signing all commits can be also "controversial" in some circles: news.ycombinator.com/item?id=1


@wiktor That signing sure depends on the use case. Here I'm the only developer and can confirm all code is as expected, so I really sign it as a quality proof. Otherwise it doesn't hurt me in the workflow.

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