Quoting Martijn van Oosterhout (email@example.com): > It's annoying that it's taking this long. Apparently getting the > domain fixed is not so simple. It might be easier/quicker to simply > setup ddtp.debian.org, since we do have control of that domain. You mean ddtp.debian.net, I guess. Yes, that is the *last* bit needed to be fixed and, yes, it takes time. Unfortunately debian.net changes can only be done by the person *owning* them (http://wiki.debian.org/DebianDotNet, thanks David for pointing me there). This person is Grisu but he apparently has no access to his GPG key currently...:-( I'm trying to get around this, but that needs the intervention of Debian System Admins. Yesterday, Joerg Jaspert, who I initially got in touch with (as he is hosmaster for SPI, who owns debian.net), relayed my request to DSA. I hope the issue to be solved with DSA transferring debian.net to me (and then I can change the DNS record)or changing the DNS entry themselves. I'm deeply sorry that it takes so long.
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