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Re: pgp problem for package signing

>  I have sent my application to become a maintainer off with a pgp user id of 
>  'John C. Travers' I didn't want to include an e-mail address as this woul 
>  surely change during my time at debian, however when packaging the 
>  dpkg-buildpackage script expects 'John Travers <travs@netscape.net>' and 
>  chucks out an error message... how do I get around this? 
>  thanks for help... travs. 

You could always add a PGP user id of "John C. Travers
<travs@debian.org>" (or whatever your Debian email is) to your key,
using pgp -ke, and send it to keyring-maint@debian.org.  Then make
sure your debian/changelog entry ends with the @debian.org address,
and use that in the control file as well.  In that way, even if all of
your other email addresses change in the process, your debian one will
remain as long as you are with the project.



            Julian Gilbey             Email: J.D.Gilbey@qmw.ac.uk
       Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary & Westfield College,
                  Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, ENGLAND
      -*- Finger jdg@goedel.maths.qmw.ac.uk for my PGP public key. -*-

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