Jason Gunthorpe <email@example.com>: > 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> It is true that I don't have an account on master. I do not want an account on master. Having an account means being responsible for it: one must pick a good password, keep track of it, change it periodically, check the account periodically that nothing funny is happening with it, and so on. This responsibility is a burden. Since I do not need an account on master for uploads, and do not need the account for anything else either, why should I accept the unnecessary burden? So far, the only reason anyone has indicated is Debian bureaucracy, and that's not a valid reason to me. If it makes your life easier, create a username liw on master, but do not enable it (disable the password, change the shell to /bin/cat, and whatever else you want), but do not make me responsible for it. -- Stupid little mailer under construction, sorry for any problems.
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