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Re: DLA template and user signatures

On 07/07/2020 19:05, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort wrote:
> On 07/07/2020 18:58, Chris Lamb wrote:
>> Hi Abhijith,
>>>> Not quite sure what you mean by this. I am assuming you mean something
>>>> along the lines of it being "too intense for a DLA" but if so I don't
>>>> understand what the concern is here. Isn't each of these a potentially-
>>>> important security release?
>>> I think Emilio meant or what I assumed and replied to IRC is having
>>> something like this on the top of every DLA
>>> - ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> Debian LTS Advisory XXXXX                               <LTS>@debian.org
>>> https://www.debian.org/<LTS_link>                      XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
>>> July 06, 2020                      https://www.debian.org/<LTS_link>/faq
>>> - ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Thanks for the reference although this does not resolve my confusion, it
>> simply refines it: what it is about this header that is "too much for the
>> DLA". (Too much what?)
> I just thought it was a bit too formal, but it's no big deal. Since there seems
> to be consensus in favor of it I'll look into adding it.

I have added both the header and the security-tracker link, and verified that
the result looks as expected and that ./parse-dla.pl in the website does the
right thing.

I see one minor issue in the header dash lines due to the inline PGP signatures,
but that also affects the DSAs.


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