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[nikcub@gmail.com: Live CD keys missing from key server]

Hi Daniel,

Please submit these keys for inclusion...

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From: Nik Cubrilovic <nikcub@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2014 11:25:03 +1100
To: debian-cd@lists.debian.org
Subject: Live CD keys missing from key server
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The two keys used to sign the Live CD's:

pub   4096R/AD11CF6A 2013-05-06
      Key fingerprint = 1E4F 435C 4E9A 42B3 D9DF  BE3A 510A D6B9 AD11 CF6A
uid                  Debian Live Signing Key (2013) <
sub   4096R/B72E3E00 2013-05-06

pub   4096R/A9B26DF5 2014-01-03
      Key fingerprint = 8A36 A2E8 91A5 C2A9 0DEB  7A8B 1239 00F2 A9B2 6DF5
uid                  Live Systems Project <debian-live@lists.debian.org>
sub   4096R/D0125917 2014-01-03

are missing from the key server:

$ gpg --keyserver keyring.debian.org --recv-keys AD11CF6A
gpg: requesting key AD11CF6A from hkp server keyring.debian.org
gpgkeys: key AD11CF6A not found on keyserver

$ gpg --keyserver keyring.debian.org --recv-keys A9B26DF5
gpg: requesting key A9B26DF5 from hkp server keyring.debian.org
gpgkeys: key A9B26DF5 not found on keyserver

They are also not on the bzr repo, nor the rsync server + keychain. Wasn't
certain who to send this to, but not being able to find the public keys
means it is currently impossible to verify the live CD images



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