[2012-04-26 21:26:19 +0200] speps:
So, from the beginning of my Internet experience, I never referenced to myself through my real name/life, but using a nickname, a digital identity.
Also, your IP address is in the headers.
Anyhow, there is no anonymity debate: different master key holders verify different aspects of who you claim to be, and that is all there is to it. For instance, they may verify your email address by asking you to reply to encrypted messages, or verify your website by asking you to upload your public key there. Verifying your identity is another element that builds up confidence and reputation, even when it is not directly related to your packaging activities. The point being that we get a notion of trust a little stronger than "I never saw bad packages coming that way."
Speaking of email addresses, could you show us that you own firstname.lastname@example.org since it is what you used on the AUR?
As you can see I sign mails with my GPG Key
Could you publish that key somewhere?