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Re: [cjwatson@debian.org: Re: Fwd: Processing offerret_3.0-2_i386.changes]

> The queue daemon can no longer handle PGP 2.x keys; I don't know why
> and since a) the number of developers still using these kind of keys
> for uploads can be counted on the fingers of a mutilated hand, b)
> there are alternative methods of uploads available to the few who do,
> c) queued is in perl and d) has plenty of other more vicious bugs, I
> haven't done anything about it.  If anyone else cares to fix it, feel
> free to send me a tested patch.

I've converted my key to GPG, though.  At least, I use GPG to sign my
packages and my key is in the Debian keyserver.  Is there something more
I need to do?

                                  ( bcwhite@pobox.com )

    That which we persist in doing becomes easier.  It's not that the nature
      of the thing has changed but rather our ability at it has increased.

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