Re: Unidentified subject!
> I don't really know what the current prodecure is, but your PGP key
> surely doesn't need to be signed by another Debian developer. I know
> that James and Joey (Schulze) are member of the new-developers team.
> Since James is off-net currently, you could ask Joey.
that's what the debian developper referencessays about it :
* A PGP or RSA key signed by any well-known signature, such as any current Debian developer.
* A scanned (or physically mailed) copy of any formal documents certifying your identity (such as a birth certificate, national ID
card, U.S. Driver's License, etc.). Please sign the image with your PGP or RSA key.
* A pointer to a phone listing at which you could be reached (at our expense). This phone listing should be verifiable independently
through external means such as a national directory-listing service or other authoritative source.
* Any other mechanism by which you can establish your real-life identity with reasonable certainty.
(altough the second two are discouraged, only if the first two are impractical.
We're sorry about the inconvenience of requiring proof of identity, but for the moment, such measures are unfortunately the only way
we can ensure the security and reliability of our distribution.
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