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I figure this one will probably be a lot of work and I don't know what other discussions already exists but maybe I can trigger some brainstorming.
My (limited) understanding is that we can't use multiple devices with a single id (key) because the log could get out of sync between devices. Eg: if I make a post on my phone, then another post on my laptop but the two don't sync between then I've got a divergent log. (Ignore the fact that there's no mobile support)
My first (naiive) solution is to give each user an ID on her first device, and each other device gets a child ID. Now each device owns it's own log. The user needs to just assert once in the device log that this ID also represents her. This assertion also being signed by the root ID; sort of like an https certificate. Maybe we can even do this using the existing certificate standards.