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Re: dpkg-sig support wanted?

also sprach Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt <he@debian.org> [2005.11.22.1650 +0100]:
> As I'm responsible for most of dpkg-sig's code (and planned to do
> some more work in the next two months) I'd like to know if anyone
> cares about using these binary signatures or if I can invest my
> time into something that's a bit more satisfying (== non-Debian
> stuff). As the ftp-masters and the dpkg maintainers seem to have
> no interest in the whole thing, I'm beginning to doubt that it's
> sensible to work on dpkg-sig.

I fully support dpkg-sig and do not appreciate having to hear that
a decision was made without the giving the collective of developers
a chance to voice their opinions before.

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