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Re: Can anyone NMU debian-keyring?

To those who need to upload something, If you have the whole thinge
packaged, you could find someone to upload it for you. It may not work,
but they could do an NMU of your package, untill your problem was taken
care of.  I would do this for anyone who needs it.

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On 13 Jul 1999, Changwoo Ryu wrote:

> Wichert Akkerman <wichert@cs.leidenuniv.nl> writes:
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> > Previously Darren O. Benham wrote:
> > > No.  The debian-keyring can only be added to by the New Maintainer team.
> > 
> > Technically you could NMU the package, but the relevant software on
> > master doesn't use the debian-keyring package to check signatures anyway
> > so it won't help people.
> > 
> > I think the correct way to handle this is to send a polity email to
> > keyring-maint and new-maintainer explaining the situation and asking
> > them to add/update a key.
> I'm in the same situation.  I am ready to upload my first package but
> I couldn't.  There was no response from the new-maintainer address.
> When I accepted as a new maintainer, I received an email from
> new-maintainer@debian.org.  It said, `frequently check the keyring'.
> But that was about three weeks ago, and I'm still checking the
> keyring.  (Finally, I wrote a checking script and added it to my
> crontab.)
> -- 
> Changwoo RYU
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