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Re: debian supported PGP stuff

On Wed, Sep 01, 1999 at 08:38:39PM +0400, Alexander Kotelnikov wrote:
> in 'developers-reference' that came with slink is written:
> "Our standard is to use pgp version 2.x. You can use pgp version 5, if and
> only if you make an RSA key. Note that we are also working
> with the gpg team so that we can have a free alternative to PGP; however,
> this may take a little bit of time."
> is this "little bit of time" taken and gpg became an alternative
> standart for Debian?

dinstall supports GnuPG now.  It's just not widely(-enough) known yet.
It's been posted many times to this list, but many do not read -devel
because of the sheer volume of messages to be found in it.

Our voting system currently does not support GnuPG, but gecko was working
on that last I heard.

Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@debian.org>             Debian GNU/Linux developer
GnuPG: 2048g/3F9C2A43 - 20F6 2261 F185 7A3E 79FC  44F9 8FF7 D7A3 DCF9 DAB3
PGP 2.6: 2048R/50BDA0ED - E8 D6 84 81 E3 A8 BB 77  8E E2 29 96 C9 44 5F BE
<JHM> Being overloaded is the sign of a true Debian maintainer.

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