Re: Changes to Debian Maintainers handling
On Sun, Aug 30, 2009 at 1:07 PM, Joerg Jaspert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
during DebConf9 the Debian Keyring Maintainers, the "Debian Maintainer
Keyring Team" and FTPMaster discussed the maintenance of the extra
debian-maintainers keyring. The conclusion was that the maintenance of
the keyring is handed over to the Debian Keyring maintainers, while the
policy (add/remove/change) is kept with the DM Keyring team.
Thanks to this change we FTPMasters can now allow Debian Maintainers to
also use our various upload queues for their uploads. You are no
longer bound to ftp-master only.
Note that DAK learns about changes in the keyring during dinstall, so
there can be a delay of up to 6 hours before a newly added key is fully
working. As DAK sends a mail with a summary of changes it learned, it is
safest to wait until you saw this mail appear on email@example.com.
 It is now a similar handling as for the other keyrings. There DAM
tells keyring-maint who to add/remove.
 With the exception of security. DMs continue to be unable to do
security uploads, as that archive has no knowledge of DMUA status of
<holger> Ganneff: Im confident in your ability to create flamewars.