also sprach Jimmy Kaplowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2001.12.08.1859 -0800]: > Hi all. My GPG key expired in August, and I need another debian > developer to sign a new one. I can provide a new key (not yet > created) signed by the old one, and a request signed by both keys > for the new one to be signed by another DD. The old key is of course > in the Debian keyring, and once this is done I will submit the new > one to replace or augment it. If this is not secure enough, or > certain enough, for you, I can also meet you face-to-face if you can > get to New York City. Please reply via private mail, or if you must > reply to the list, be sure to CC me. uhm, why not just change the expiration date? from what i understand, the expiration is only applicable to a public key, the private key can be changed in terms of expiration... or am i wrong? actually, your signing key can be changed in terms of expiration, your encrypting key will expire, but that one is independent of signatures... -- martin; (greetings from the heart of the sun.) \____ echo mailto: !#^."<*>"|tr "<*> mailto:" net@madduck windoze 98: <n.> useless extension to a minor patch release for 32-bit extensions and a graphical shell for a 16-bit patch to an 8-bit operating system originally coded for a 4-bit microprocessor, written by a 2-bit company that can't stand for 1 bit of competition.
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