Re: PGP keys without system accounts
Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have been working on the developer database and have merged in the pgp
> keyring. This involved matching all 465 keys with an account on
> master.debian.org. I have matched all but 26 of these keys - I would be
> greatfull if anyone could tell me what to do with them. Some look very
> old, they may have left the project and someone removed them from the
> passwd file and not the keyring, or perhaps their gecos information simply
> is not present. The gpg key list imports without errors.
> Those who are interested can see the current status of the DB, for
> $ ldapsearch -h faure.debian.org -b "dc=debian,dc=org" uid=jgg
> gecos=Jason Gunthorpe,,,,
> With ldap the search string is the final argument on the command line,
> some examples,
> cn=dave -- Show our substantial complement of developers named dave
> (&(cn=dave)(sn=swegen)) -- Show Dave Swegen
> (&(uidnumber>=1300)(uidnumber<=1400)) -- Show the uid range
> sn~=swagene -- Fuzzy match the last name 'swagene' (shows dave again)
> There is also a wildcard mechanism, see RFC 1778 for the full set of
> search commands.
> I'll be generating a similar report for people in the passwd file but
> without pgp keys soon :>
> pub 1024R/1E6306ED 1998-11-24 Edward John M. Brocklesby [Debian Key]
> Key fingerprint = 78 BD CA AE 31 D3 8E 15 B4 40 FB 4E 14 04 70 C9
> pub 1024R/CC7D19D9 1998-01-21 Holger Eitzenberger <email@example.com>
> Key fingerprint = 67 6F FE 5A 15 94 DB 2C 44 1C 40 30 C1 C0 4F 0A
> uid Holger Eitzenberger
> uid Holger Eitzenberger
Login octavian, simple match is valid -> finger eitz on master.
> pub 1024R/B6A6B769 1998-02-01 Jonathon D. Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Key fingerprint = 43 92 5C 33 C0 41 39 D2 21 86 48 DA 70 23 1C 1C
Login john, simple match is possible -> finger Nelson on master.
> pub 768R/E77BF5D5 1996-12-09 Brandon Mitchell <email@example.com>
> Key fingerprint = 35 C3 3C 73 F9 06 2C 94 CF ED 42 81 E8 FB C8 C5
Hmm, the third mitchell? Branden, Martin and Bill Mitchell... And I
thought Schulze was a common name...
> pub 1024R/7D7070A9 1997-11-28 Lars Wirzenius building Debian/Alpha
> automatically <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Key fingerprint = B1 AC D9 05 F5 E3 1D 63 DC B4 76 93 8C E3 22 6F
> pub 1024R/4CBA92D1 1995-09-26 Lars Wirzenius <email@example.com>
> Key fingerprint = E7 FA 89 85 6D 9B 78 1D F5 30 EB FB D8 11 CA 3F
> uid Lars Wirzenius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Maintainer of pgp - you should know him from irc. Seems to use an
> pub 1024R/347BB315 1996-06-28 Soenke Lange <email@example.com>
> Key fingerprint = 8A EC BC 0C 26 F7 BA 30 8E 5E 10 D6 46 6F 2E 3A
Maintainer of smail, my ex-neighbour, built up my lan with him, he uses
an upload queue.
> pub 1024R/7D700D7D 1997-10-15 Cristian Prevedello <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> pub 1024R/1FE961A1 1997-05-14 Harald Koenig
> Key fingerprint = 3B CD 5A A9 73 44 DD 04 A0 4E A0 34 20 7B 1E 38
> uid Harald Koenig <Harald.Koenig@uni-tuebingen.de>
> uid Harald Koenig <email@example.com>
> uid Harald Koenig <koenig@XFree86.org>
Dead, lost or something. I have NO way to reach him which I've tried
for several days. Login is/was koenig or t-rex. If he still has an
account, exterminate it, same applies for the pgp key.
> pub 1024R/613D3895 1997-01-22 Siggy Brentrup <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Key fingerprint = C8 95 66 8C 75 7E 10 A2 05 61 C7 7F 05 B6 A4 DF
Hmm... sad story... he's entirely lost in the nowhere. I made several
attempts to revive him but failed. I won't object a termination of
The others I don't know about.
There are lies, statistics and benchmarks.
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