On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 07:10:28PM -0700, David D. W. Downey wrote: > Not much more I can do since the old secret key and public keyrings were > lost. It's going to have to suffice as I have taken every step possible > to ensure that the chain of events was totally and completely documented > both accurately and publicly to ensure a proper traceback can be made. You haven't. If you no longer have access to the old secret key then you need to find someone with a key in the Debian keyring and get them to sign the new key. Nothing you have done thus far (and nothing you can do without either the secret key for your old key or having someone validate the new key) demonstrates that the two keys are owned by the same person. All you've shown is that the person owning your new key claims to be the owner of the old key. You've also not notified (or at least mentioned that you've notified) firstname.lastname@example.org which is the address you need to mail for things like this. -- "You grabbed my hand and we fell into it, like a daydream - or a fever."
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