Hi Utkarsh, On Mo 13 Jan 2020 20:39:12 CET, Utkarsh Gupta wrote:
Hi Chris, Emilio, On 13/01/20 2:41 pm, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort wrote:On 10/01/2020 19:12, Utkarsh Gupta wrote:Hi Chris, On 10/01/20 11:34 pm, Chris Lamb wrote:I've been trying to send DLA-2063 (and now DLA-2060) announcement to -lts-announce but for some reasons I can't seem to post there.This is invariably due to issues regarding the GPG signature.Ah, I am guessing that Thunderbird doesn't really work when a GPG signature is sent as an attachment?If it helps, I tend to BCC myself when making those announcements so that I can confirm that I used the correct key and (inline) signature scheme.Aha! Nice idea, I shall BCC myself, too. Perhaps I shall look up the inline signature scheme, thanks! :)Using enigmail with PGP/mime has problems with debian lists for some reason. So that's most likely the cause. Just use inline PGP signatures when sending mailsto -announce lists and you should be good.Perhaps this doesn't seem to be working for me :/ Here's what I'm doing: Running `gpg --clearsign DLA-2063-1` which generates DLA-2063-1.asc and pasting its content and sending it via GMail. Whilst I BCCed myself, I do get a "Good signature from Utkarsh Gupta <email@example.com>" on Thunderbird. Am I missing something?
Maybe use a mail client like Mutt or Thunderbird providing native GPG support on top of your gmail account?
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