Re: Crypto signing of packages
Jim Pick wrote:
> > * Three or four Project master keys held by separate people,
> > maintainers' working keys must be signed by some n-out-of-m of them.
> > * Revoke Project master keys by n-out-of-m of them; this way we can
> > gradually leave bad old keys behind.
> I don't think we need project master keys. What's wrong with just
> having a maintainer for a keyring, and distributing that.
You need more than one because if one go compromised, the other
signature still insure the validity of the keys signed while you're
doing the process of creating a new key, signing all the keys,
redistribute the keyring ...
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> Just because Red Hat do it doesn't mean it's a good idea. [Ian J.]
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