Hello world! My reports show that many of you are already enjoying the Balkans in Prizren, and I am very very jealous! It's just a couple more days until I pack myself together with the rest of the very-small-form-of-cattle and cross the Atlantic to get to Europe and spend some days there... Anyway, back to being on-topic: During in-person DebConf events, we always hold our continuou key signing party. The listing for this year's KSP is now available at: https://people.debian.org/~gwolf/dc22_ksp/dc22_fprs.txt Please download that file, check the sha256 and ripemd160 sums, print it out, and be ready for some CoC-abiding, fingerprint exchange action! But, out of all those people... Whom should you be approaching? I have prepared for you the following personalized keysigning maps: https://people.debian.org/~gwolf/dc22_ksp/ Find yourself in the listing, and go either to the SVG file (graphical) or to the text version. In both, you will find: - Who has signed your key - Which keys have you signed With that information, you can help bring more coherence to our keyring! And, given the current situation with keyservers, I have also linked a copy of the non-minimized (this is, fingerprint-carrying) version of all the keys I was able to download in the first column of the listing. I hope you find this interesting and useful! - Gunnar Wolf.
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